ANSWERS: 28
  • I do believe their is at least one person, if not numerous people out their for us. I've met one girl that was super great, I made a mistake and learned from it. So if I didn't make that mistake we might still be together, but meeting her did open my eyes to their is at least one person out their.
  • Yes! I am a firm believer that there is!
  • Nope, sorry. It's a fairytale. Jack
  • The question is a bit vague. In terms of love there is ultimately somebody that will forever hold the biggest share of your heart.
  • Im not sure.. I mean.. If there is someone out there, the chances are you are never going to meet them, out of the roughly 7billion people right?
  • I don't believe there is. If there is, how come there are people who die single?
  • That is what married people say....I am still waiting..lol
  • i'm sure there is...6.5 billion people, there has got to be someone for everybody...i hope
  • Aye.. indeed. Just not somebody they want.
  • I honestly believe that to be true....just depends what day it is:)
  • There's plenty for everyone.
  • I certainly hold out hope for it...... :)
  • I'm sure there is. Even if they die before they get to meet.
  • Yes there is, but he or she will show up when you least expect it. I'm writing you from my own experience.
  • I sure hope so ;)
  • An overrated, overused phrase... An excuse for people looking and not being successful with their "prowling"
  • i would like to think so but it cant be purely on a numbers basis ie even number of people and the right number of genders to suite peoples sexual preference
  • Yes, I believe there truly is somebody for everybody who truly wants somebody.
  • Actually I personally think there is someone for everyone except me. I think God is trying to tell me Give up loser there is no one out there for you. Why do I feel this way well let's see. I'm close to 50 have had romantic interests in close to 100 different women since I was 13. 97 of them told me various things as to why we couldn't be romantically involved from they don't deserve someone as sweet and nice as me to I remind them of an old creepy sexual predator they saw profiled om America's most wanted. Of the 3 who did show interest the first turned out to be a manipulator a liar and a slut who gave it up to every guy that caught her fancy while she was married to me. The second turned out to be a psycho who wanteds to control my life and tell me who I could and could not talk to. The third one was perfect but unfortunately I waited too long to tell her how I felt because of fear of her thinking I was a creep since she was young enough to be my daughter. That was the best one of all but unfortunately by the time I found out she loved me back it was too late. She came down with terminal cancer and died from complications of the disease about 6 months into our relationship. So God I hear you loud and clear and I give up.
  • I certainly hope there is somebody for me.
  • The older I get the less I think that there is. I don't want to be cynical but it just doesn't seem possible that there is one person for everyone. What if someone was meant to be alone? This topic about soul mates and such always confuses the heck out of me.
  • Eh... In the sense of their only being one person out there for each individual, no way. There's no such thing as "destiny". No one was "meant to be" with one another, although it may seem like it with certain people in your lives. I'm becoming rather sick of this whole destiny thing. You can find someone awesome to marry in life, but there isn't just ONE out there, that's absolutely ridiculous and rather narrow-minded. We have free-will, so we should exercise it. God's not sitting up there playing a game of hot-and-cold with you. There are guidelines, but there won't be ONE person that fits it all. I wish people would understand that. ... I'm getting off my soapbox now...
  • I had recently been diagnosed with cancer from Agent Orange exposure while in Vietnam, I had little or no money, since the VA had delayed my disability. My wife had just divorced me to marry some guy from her church. I was living in one room of a mobile home, smoking like a fiend. I was headed for distruction. I met my wife to be online. We became friends, then best friends. A mutual friend of ours pointed out to me that my wife to be was in love with me. It took considerable convincing, but I finally went to see her. Rode my Harley 1,200 miles one way. It was as if we were finally finding each other again after a long, long separation. We were incredibly comfortable with each other no matter what we did. I asked her to marry me. She did, and the rest is history. So IS there truly a somebody for everyone? There definitely was for me!
  • WITHOUT A DOUBT!
  • I honestly think so.
  • I think my someone was Sir Isaac Newton... And he is dead so... No!
  • I truely hope so!
  • Depending on how picky you are.

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