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#1 8 years ago

I'm sure a lot of you remember this thread: Views on Sex, Partners, and Companions It certainly was interesting and I was surprised to see the poll option that won. But anyways, most of you are familiar with my story in the thread, but now I have good news. (If you don't know what I'm talking about, just read the thread posted starting with page 6 I believe.) Anyways, the good news is that she's now been single for the past few months, but now I'm still afraid to tell her how I feel about her. So, any advice, cause I probably need it smokin.gif. Shayari




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#2 8 years ago

I thik it might be helpful to re-post, summarize or quote the situation in here, certainly because you seem to be using a different account now. ;)




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#3 8 years ago

All I got to say is be confident. Who am I to say that anyway, I myself got no confidence at all. I got balls to stand up for my opinions, fight for my friends, do risky things, but damn, that one thing, telling a girl that you love her, is hard. I'm sure that you, just like me, are afraid of losing some kind of reputation or something like that. It's never fun to get turned off, but, I think you should give it a try.

You got 2 outcomes:

Either you be frank with her and tell her you love her in some kind of way (poems, songs, surprise, ... ), and you two get together,

OR

You'll stay friends like people say, which would be annoying for you, I guess :/




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#4 8 years ago

agreed with u Embee m8




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#5 8 years ago

Just ask her out, act like you don't really care, truth is you shouldn't, everyone's already dead anyways lol. But that is a good bonus.