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I have a massive crush on this guy. He's sweet, funny really smart, and he's super nice to me. The only problem? He's my best guy friend. I have a "friend" who likes him too. She is one of those "hot and cold" friends. Some days I love her, some days I feel like yelling my head off at her. I suppose she has just as much right to like him as I do, but I liked him first and she knew that, yet she still spends practically the entire lunch period over at his table while snagging a bite of her sandwich at our table every now and then and going right back. I really like this guy. I want to ask him out so bad but if he says no, I've lost the best guy friend I've ever had. But if she asks him out and he says yes, I'll be wearing a fake smile all the time when I see them. I need some advice on how I should handle this.
Hey tealia1219, mhmm this is kinda tough. I know this will be hard, but it may be the best thing. I think you should let this guy go. One, your friend likes him too. So no matter who he chooses, one of you will be hurt. Two, you could be risking a great friendship. Are there any other cuties who have caught your eye? Hope this helps. Xoxo
by tealia1219 on 8/6/2013 8:00:31 PM
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by vikiwasawoo on 8/4/2013 10:01:09 PM
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Okay, so I have this major crush on a boy and I have been missing him so much this summer. Last night my mom was driving me to swimming lessons I saw him riding his bike. I instantly felt like I was going to cry because I missed him so much. I still miss him so bad. I am going into fourth grade so texting him and asking to go out with him is out of the question. I know that summer is almost over and I will e seeing each other in school in about a month but I want to be in a room alone with him and I want to see him soon. My mom doesn't know I am crushing on him and neither does my dad or little sister and I want it to stay that way. what do I do? I haven't told him I am crushing on him and I don't want to.HELP
If he lives close enough for you to see him riding his bike,
try catching up with him sometime and see if he’d like to ride bikes together!
by maggie1748 on 7/30/2013 1:46:28 PM
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Sorry I know I posted a question on here yesterday but I have one more if that's all right
Soooo I have been writing a song for my boyfriend for the past two weeks...it's almost done. I decided I might as well tell him, so I sent him a text telling him. He seemed interested, and asked some questions. Now that it's later, it's finally hit me that now that he knows about it...he's probably going to want me to sing it. I'm scared now lol but what if he doesn't like it or something?
He'd love to hear it! But if you're too nervous, I'm sure he'd understand. Go with your gut!
by hermionegirl12 on 7/22/2013 4:56:53 PM
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This is really embarrassing on Saturday I think I went to WalMart with my parents and as
my mom and I were walking pass the health isle I guess you could say these boys were looking at protection and when I say protection I don't mean a football helmet it was so akward
another thing is a lot of guys that work in my local ACME stare at me a lot like there's about
5 different guys always looking at me this one guy almost ran a cart into the frozen food doors cause he was starring so hard this certain guys face gets red and he always comes over
to help with the check out your self cash-register thing he stands right by me it's embarrassing
cause my mom will be like let's go see your fanbase! also some of the guys look older like there
in there early 20s so that's kinda akward there might be some guys in there that are closer to my age but I'm really not sure but why would a guy in his 20s get so flustered around me?
I'm 15 could they think I'm older?
by redvelvetluv on 7/21/2013 10:36:18 PM
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I haven't seen my boyfriend in two weeks because I am always either volunteering (I am a Summer camp leader) or my Mum is dragging me out to visit her bf. I was camping with her bf all week, and my Mum made plans for us to hang out with him again all day today even though I wanted to spend some time with my boyfriend and she knew it! I get that she wants to see him, but I want to see my bf too! She gets to see her bf every day, and I only see mine once every couple of weeks. It's not fair. I explained to her how I feel, but she just ignored me. I told her that if I didn't know any better, I would be thinking that she trying to keep me from seeing him, but she said, "Well, you do know better." I know that two weeks isn't that long a time, but hey, I really miss him. I have to volunteer all week so I might be able to squeeze in a bit of time to see him but not much. Besides, we will probably be busy having to see her bf. HELP!!!
Hey girlie, see if you can work something out so that you can both see your boyfriends. Maybe when you go on a trip to see hers, yours can come with you. Or maybe you can spend time with your bf and his family while your mom is out with hers. There has to be some sort of compromise so that neither of you are missing out on time with your bf.
by hermionegirl12 on 7/21/2013 8:20:08 PM
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Thank you so much! I'll talk it over with her and see what happens. Also, this is my first girl/boy party and I need some help. How do I make the party fun for everyone? Also, what if everyone wants to play a game like truth or dare or spin the bottle? I haven't had my first kiss yet, and I want it to be more meaningful than just a random person because of a party game. Lastly, how many guys should I invite? Should there be the same number of boys as girls, or would one boy for every two girls be okay?
Hey girlie, have some music playing that everyone likes. If there are parents there, games like spin the bottle probably won't be an option so you don't have anything to worry about. But you can have some games like doing the limbo or some icebreaker games. Have a few areas set up to have something that everyone will enjoy and definitely have food for everyone to snack on. Invite enough boys that no one feels singled out. I think one boy for every two girls is fine.
by beaky54321 on 7/21/2013 6:35:48 PM
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My birthday is in October about a week after my dad's. He is going to play paintball with all his friends and gets a party room and pool time since it is his birthday. My mom said that the grownups are going to play paintball and aren't going to use the pool or the room, so I can use them for my birthday. I didn't really want to but my mom said I can invite more people than usual since it won't be at my house this year, so I am more willing to have it there now. The thing is, I am a terrible swimmer and I don't look all that good in a bathing suit, and I am inviting a bunch of people including guys. I don't really want to have a pool party because I like swimming but I only get one birthday and don't want to spend it swimming. I want to have a costume party since it is close to Halloween but my mom said that I should just have a pool party. I really want to have a Halloween party though, because it is my favorite holiday. What should I do?
Hey girlie, it's your birthday so you should get to do what you want to do. Talk to your mom about planning a birthday that you want or use the party room for your party and not the pool. I'm sure you can come to some kind of compromise that makes you both happy.
by beaky54321 on 7/21/2013 6:00:59 PM
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