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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 he was? 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?
by uni301 on 12/10/2011 1:17:09 PM
HELLO! Listen,I need some help! I'm 13 and going out with someone.... I feel like I dont really want to b dating anyone right now, and I want to break up with him. But I cant do it by text or person! I'm so scared and nervous! The only time I see him is at church, and that would b a horrible time to break up! Please, anybody help! Thanks
by jigglyjello456 on 12/10/2011 11:49:42 AM
FIRST COMMENT! MOD MOD MOD So, the guy I like is one of the populars and he knows I like him. Anyways I am known as one of the dorks, am very smart, and I always have my nose in a book and he so is not like me. I like him anyways. Do you know of any ways to somewhat notice me. P.S. We go to a very small catholic school and updating my uniform is not possible and we don't get very many dress down days. Thanks and sorry for this being so long.
by HungerGamesRox99 on 12/10/2011 11:41:06 AM
If I were you, and I/you didn't ask him out, then I'd constantly regret it. I mean, what if?
by fudgemonkey on 12/10/2011 11:29:31 AM
Sorry for your situation!
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