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Imagine if you do ask him out, and he
says yes. Will you be able to deal with his moving away? If yes, then
go for asking him out. What your friends overheard may not be the
total truth, so you have nothing to lose by asking him out. You won’t
be forever embarrassed if he rejects you because he’s moving away!
But it might be harder to move on from
him if you actually do date and he leaves. While you can get over a
crush by just finding someone new to like, getting over a boyfriend
is more difficult. And long-distance relationships are possible, but
a phone call or Skype chat isn’t the same as seeing someone in
person. Plus, you might consider that he might not want to start a
relationship before he moves.
BY RACHEL NUGENT ON 12/10/2011 12:00:00 AM
POSTED IN guys, dating advice, GL's best guy advice, crush crash course, long distance love
Hi! So there's this guy in my classes, lets call him A. A lot of people don't really like him, because he gets angry sorta easy, and can be a bit smart-alecy. A gets kinda bad grades, but he really is smart, he just doesn't turn stuff in. Im more of the goody2 shoes striaght A student that never talks. It seems like I sit next to him in all of our classes, and I'm pretty sur eit's because my teachers want me to rub off on him or something, right? A's actually pretty nice, I mean, we always work together and it's really fun and all. I could def see him as a good guy friend. But would people judge me if I did? I know my BFF isn't too fond of him, b/c he can be weird sometimes if u don't know him. And sometimes, I can't really help it, and I flirt with him when we're working together. The strange thing? He seems to work a heck of a lot better when I'm flirting with him. What's with THAT?
Hey girl, I responded to you, so I'm sure why it hasn't posted. I think A likes you as much as you like him. Sometimes kids will act out or behave badly because they need some attention. Maybe A has never had anyone be nice to him or take the time to get to know him before you. So I think you should be his friend. People will always have something to say, so you just have to ignore them. Hope this helps!!!
by uni301 on 12/10/2011 7:19:33 PM
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OK PLEASE REPLY!! well my boyfriend and i have plans tomorrow but my period came today....and its really bad. i know that i will not feel like going tomorrow:/ its just a play at his church so i don't think that he would care if i didn't go but ummmm i kinda need an excuse cause i don't want to say "hey i can't go" and then he ask "why" and i refuse to say "cause i'm on my period and don't feel lik e it" but i don't want to lie to him either.
Hey girlfriend, I think you should just tell him the truth. Let him know you're on your period and don't feel good. I'm sure he'll understand. And with most boys, after you say the word "period" they don't want to know anymore. Hope this helps!
by Alykat18 on 12/10/2011 7:11:15 PM
MOD MOD MOD! Please help me! I'm a total tomboy, and I have these two best guy friends. I'll call them Tom and Logan. So we all balance each other out. We're all kind of nerdy geeks, and we all have star-wars themed names and all. I know it seems lame, but we think it's kind of cool. Anyway, we're all different kinds of nerds. I'm a well-rounded person, meaning I like sports, acedemics, etc: Logan is a physics/chemistry geek and Tom is in special ed only because he has epilepsy. (He gets seziers.) Anyway, with all of our different personalities, we could easily argue a lot, but when two of us fight, the other calms us down. The problem is that Logan is moving to Canada in late January, meaning that Tom and I will be "alone" in a sense. Because of his epilepsy, he sometimes has major mood swings, and can be really sensitive. Sometimes if I'm having a bad day I can be a little snappy towards him cuz he an be annoying. Without Logan there, I think we might fight. Anyway to prevent it?
by soccerbeagle98 on 12/10/2011 7:03:21 PM
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I posted a mod question earlier and It didn't come up. It was appropriate and everything, so why didn't it show?
by scooby239 on 12/10/2011 5:45:14 PM
At my school we have these "Candygrams" where you can pay 25 cents to send a person of your choice a candy cane with a personal message. I was considering sending one to my crush, but we aren't really close (yet). Would it seem awkward or pushy to send one to him?
by AlwaysDreamer on 12/10/2011 5:13:35 PM
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