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Should looks be your number one dating priority?

My BFF just told me my guy friend likes me. I like him too, but there’s one problem. He’s a little overweight. I can’t get it off my...
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So I'm on a travel softball team so we play 4 days a week every single week of summer fall and spring. Winter is my only break from softball, however the school play is in the winter. I'm really in to theatre so I definately am going to do the play. But I'm not sure of something. I dont know if I should just sign up for ensemble or audition for a lead,because I know i could get one. The obvious answer would be to audition for a lead but the only thing is thats the only break I have from softball so I feel like it might be too stressful to have a big part, whereas with ensemble it wouldnt be. what do you think i should do?

 

hey! You just have to decide if having a lead would be worth it to you. Does the thought of putting in all those hours make you cringe or do you light up thinking about your friends and family coming to see your lead performance? 


Helen S.

by gleek97 on 7/16/2012 8:50:03 PM

 
 



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What if he says no? Frown and sometimes after my dad comes home from work we go swimming at my uncles pool and maybe i could invite him? My dad doesnt know i like this kid, so maybe he could initiate something? What do i say? Im soooooo scared

 

hey! aw don't be scared! yeah he might say no, that's always a possibility, but you gotta give yourself credit for taking a chance! You like this guy, or you wouldn't be willing to risk it. If he says no, shrug it off and say oh well maybe another time. I don't think it's likely that your dad would agree to invite him over for you, since they'd be working together and that wouldn't be very professional of him. 


Helen S.

by futurewriter16 on 7/16/2012 8:44:21 PM

 
 



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okay, long story short, i want to ask my bgf and crush, to go hiking with me one of these days. hes mentioned that he likes to do it but doesnt get to do it often, but idk how to ask him or what to say. a year ago i asked him if we could hang out but he said he wasnt sure but we definately got closer since then. idk what to say or how to ask or if he thinks itll be a date. and hes going to be doing some side work with my dad, so my dad will be getting to know him. i dont mean anything by this, just a friendly thing. im afraid he'll say no. and my dads a bricklayer and he mentioned that he needed someone to help him out with carrying things and stuff and michael needed a job so hes going to work with my dad..maybe thatll make us closer. I just dont want him to think its a date. And alot of times after work my dad takrs me and my brother swimming at my uncles pool. Maybe i can ask for him to come? Please help me. Idk what to say!

 

hey! Just be straight-forward. Ask him to go hiking, and if he asks if it's a date just smile and say nah, you just want to hang out.  He won't think it's a date unless you do.


Helen S.

by futurewriter16 on 7/16/2012 8:12:32 PM

 
 



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ok so i really like this guy and I want to tell him that I like him, but im not allowed to date. Should I tell him anyway?
And If i do tell him and he says he likes me back, what do i say then? What should I do?? xxx

 

Hey! It sounds to me like you really like this guy Smile congrats, it can be fun to have a crush. The best way to deal with this is to be his friend and see if something more happens naturally. I have seen so many girls get hurt and ruin friendships because they "had to know" if someone liked them, and they asked the guy about it and made the whole situation awkward. I even did that myself when I was younger. It's better to have a secret crush on your friend than to have a public crush on your ex-friend. good luck!   


Helen S.

by niallove45251 on 7/16/2012 8:06:11 PM

 
 



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ok so my boyfriend broke up with me about 3 months ago. I thought I could handle it, and for a little while I was fine. But now I can't stop thinking about him. He said he wanted us to be friends, but that isn't exactly working out. All I want is to be able to have conversations with him again and maybe one day he'll rethink this whole broken up thing. He liked me a year before I liked him and then we dated for a year. And I just don't understand how he could move on so fast. Should keep trying to get back together, or stay friends or just move no matter how hard it may be??

 

hey! I think you should stay friends and move on. since he did the breaking up you just have no idea how long it might take to get back together if it ever happens at all. Here are some tips to get over him: http://www.girlslife.com/category/splitsville.aspx


Helen S.

by Nessie001 on 7/16/2012 6:21:23 PM

 
 



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this guy ive been talking to likes one of my friends and wants me to hook him up with her. But he doesnt know her very well. He says she seems like the type of girl who is stuck up, ugly, a loser, and a waist of his time. But he still wants me to get them together. Im not sure why hes saying what hes saying and i'm not sure if i want to get them together because i know shes none of those things. Do you have any idea why he would say that and still want to get together?? and what should i do??

 

hey! I have no idea why he would say that. The only reason i can think of is that he has something against her and wants to date her to prove he can and then dump her when he's bored. I don't think you should get them together. 


Helen S.

by cherries51 on 7/16/2012 5:53:38 PM

 
 

Say all you want about how "it's the personality that matters" and "It's what's inside that counts" etc, etc. I agree those are the basis of the relationship, but physical attraction IS important. If someone you thought was "gross" (however you define that) asked you out, would you say yes? I doB\n't think a little weight should matter, I've been in this exact situation. But no one should act high and mighty by saying looks don't matter. If you can't stand to kiss a guy, then how is the relationship going to work?

by Stargazin1 on 7/16/2012 5:45:53 PM

 
 



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I have an issue closely related to this article... The guy I like ( and plans to ask me out soon) is about 8 inches shorter than me! It's a really huge difference, and I feel like things would be kind of awkward because of our height. I like him quite a lot, and I don't want to let our differences get in the way... but i cant help but think about it... what do I do?




Hey babe, if you like this guy, then go for it! There was a couple at my old school where the girl was about a foot taller than her bf, and they were so great together. If you two have a good friendship and really like each other, you shouldn't let something like height get in the way. 
Carrie R.

by parischick2 on 7/16/2012 3:12:31 PM

 
 

i think looks only matter because they help the person to notice you, but if you really like him for his personality, thats what really matters. theres somebody for everybody, even overweight people, and who knows maybe hes your somebody.

by audreytheawesome on 7/16/2012 2:13:34 PM

 
 

I don't see why weight would be a problem, it's the heart that counts.

by DRea148 on 7/16/2012 1:38:40 PM

 
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