simplymortal314 wrote:Do you think it would be wiser to start school single, or something else?
I don't think I would ever start a relationship with one week until school starts. Mostly because there isn't much time to work out certain details. I'm thinking of it from a perspective of the guy not going to my school though, since I would probably never date anyone from my school. It would be pretty distracting, too. People get wrapped up in their relationships during school, so to think of starting one RIGHT BEFORE you get thrown into that den of iniquity and drama doesn't seem too smart. Simplymortal:
Nice job messing with Stanley's head a bit, and you didn't even mean to do it! Maybe you should go back to the store and try it again. See how many people he has to make wait because he was staring at you =]SxL:
Don't worry too much about Noah. Boys will be boys . . . I'm glad your parents have rethought your situation. It seems like things are looking up. [But the climbing the auditorium thing sounds like it would actually be pretty cool. And that's coming from me, who is pretty anti-anything that could get you in serious trouble.]
GoldEyesSilentHeart wrote:I just found out that he still has feelings for me, but he still wants to be friends
I would go and talk to him. If he truly wants to be friends, you'll be able to tell. Make sure to tell him straight-away that you don't feel that way towards him, even if you've told him in the past. If he was great to date then I'm sure he'd be a great friend; often those things go both ways.AND NOW SOME QUICK REMINDERS:
-Let's keep chat-postings to a minimum. Wait, strike that: let's not have any chat-postings. I know this had been said already, but reiteration is good for you.
-Keep your updates worthwhile, and if you can, respond to someone else who has asked a question. I know in the past some people just ignore the questions of the newer posters; what's that about?
-Last: I'm going to make an effort to post a dating related question each time I post; like the one I answered in the beginning of this one. That way we can have continuous dating conversation. Anyone else should feel free to do so also.
So the question: What kind of food would you like to share on a date?
Meaning . . . If you and your date both had to bring some kind of food-stuff, what would you bring?
For me it would be Oreos and peanut butter. I'm pretty in love with peanut butter [IE: Give me a spoon and a jar; delicious] This is a combo I heard about not from "The Parent Trap" like so many others, but just from a friend. It's something a bit strange but it's something sort of fun, too.