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Guys Were Checking Me Out!

 

I was out of town for spring break with my family and noticed a lot of guys checking me out.


Now that I’m home, I want to tell my friends how silly guys look when they gawk at me. How do I do that without bragging?


Dear Don’t Want to Boast,

If your inner censor tells you to beware, listen. When a girl goes on and on about guys checking her out, it makes other girls feel less confident about themselves.


It won’t make them like you any extra, either. While it’s nice to be noticed, keep that good feeling to yourself. You can even say, “I met some cute boys.” But if you say anything even close to “I got checked out,” that’s not sharing—that’s boasting, which you say you don’t want to do.


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BY CAROL WESTON ON 3/26/2010 7:00:00 AM

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