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I was dating this really cute guy in my history class. After class one day, he came up to me and said, "Hey, I got...
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Please help I'm really confused I feel really guilty
because I think I have feelings for my sisters finances bro
I wish that I didn't I mean I wish that I just liked him not like him like him
he's sorta a bad influence........and my sis says she doesn't like him
also sometimes when my parents joke about guys my dad brings up this guy
that Iv only seen twice I don't even know him but then my mom is like we don't wanna joke about
(my sisters finances bros name) he's not someone you wanna get mixed with
I feel bad because I never really had a crush before besides celeb crushes
and I feel like I shouldn't have to feel guilty for liking someone another thing is that I'm so shy around him and only really have small conversations with him he always starts the conversation
my sweet 16 party is tomorrow and I'm not sure if he's coming but if he does how can I talk to him without getting so flustered?


Hey girl! Woah there, slow down a bit. You’ve met him twice-
there’s nothing to be flustered about! Remember, he’s just a guy- and if mom really
doesn’t approve, and he’ll be family soon anyway, it’s best to move on now.




Melissa T.

by redvelvetluv on 8/8/2013 1:53:35 PM

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