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Ok so I have this friend (it's a guy). He is like one of the best people I know. But when I first met him I didn't think he knew anything but politics. He just didn't seem very talented and he always did really stupid things. Over the last year I've gotten to know him better as a friend. He always comes and eats lunch with us when he could be with his guy friends instead of a bunch of girls. Earlier this year, I found out that he could sing and that he can write songs from memory. I'm just happy that I got to know him for who he is instead of what guys normally flaunt. I'm also happy that he spends so much time with a bunch of girls
by muffin711 on 12/19/2012 2:32:33 AM
by fashion4ever:) on 9/30/2012 12:34:11 PM
So I'm a guy who really needs girl advice. So there's this one girl who I've liked for over a year now, and we're really good friends. I've tried asking her out in the past, but friends have interfered with their immaturity. She now just feels awkward being around me because of what a certain kid did. Are there any surefire ways to win her over or would it be best to move on? And is paddle boating a good group date idea? We're 13 and 14, by the way.
by Jrush12 on 9/18/2012 2:34:40 PM
by MzNicole on 9/8/2012 9:30:42 PM
I completely understand this myself. I'm popular in my own way but guys don't recognize the value of it yet. I'm known for being active in many extra-curricular activities such as playing on the school's basketball team and swimming for my school's team. I take Chinese, I play the violin, I am a member of many clubs, active in church, I volunteer etc but guys don't value this yet. They like the "popular" girls because they feel superior to them. Most of these popular girls are shallow and only think about staying popular and getting the school "babe" lol so stay who you are. You will eventually find the right guy
by maniheartsmakeup22 on 9/1/2012 2:10:38 PM
Dear Girls life, (this is boy problems!!!!)
Do boys always go after girls without glasses? I have had glasses for a while now and it seems like whenever I have a crush on a boy they always act like I am a freak. Please help!!!!!
by Highschoolgirl12 on 8/25/2012 12:56:56 PM
by Ljbdaisy on 8/20/2012 8:09:15 PM
by freshh123 on 8/18/2012 9:18:59 PM
Boy Problems ASAP
Ever need someone 2 talk 2 but, your to afraid 2 ask your parents. It's OK just talk to me and I'll help you out ASAP!Please feel free 2 ask questions.Oh and remember the more people the BETTER!Ages 10-17.JOIN DA CLUB
by AarynJ on 8/18/2012 12:43:42 PM
If the guy doesn't even complement u at least once when other people do then he only likes popular girls and that just so he become popular or more popular I say you should just move on
by sparklej on 8/17/2012 10:34:21 PM
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