To each their own I guess. Personally, I don't do online relationships because I feel more comfortable talking and having bond like that with them in person. However, I do know other people who do it and are smart about it.
and by the way < puts on taped-together glasses> you actually dont have enough commas in that sentence:
"In the real world"--- prepostional phrase
"you can give someone your heart"--- clause
"but" --- conjunction being used to join two sentences
"you can only give them your <3"--- clause
becuase "online" is a prepositional phrase on its own, there has to be a comma between "but" and "online."
<takes off taped-together glasses and waits to be yelled at >
My taped-together glasses! *tackles* Online isn't a prep, is it? There has to be a prepostion and an object of the preposition to make a prepositional phrase. I always thought online was an adverb. It's not really made up of the words "on" and "line"; it's merely an accepted term for the state of being logged on to the interweb, and thus an adverb. =B I'll take those, thank you. *grabs glasses and gets off of you*