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Posted 5/13/12 , edited 5/13/12
You guys are so very helpful. First, I need to shoot my sister.

That actually looks pretty awesome. But the first beginning of the clip looked nasty as hell.
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Posted 5/14/12

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Here's my issue...

I go to a Catholic Private All-Girls school (I've gone to private school my whole life). I have no ways to meet guys other than dances where we invite guys from other private schools, and needless to say they aren't the best guys at dances. AND I haven't met any there. I am not the prettiest and am definitely not the smallest. I hate not being able to meet guys or have guy friends. I (sadly) don't think I even know how to talk to guys.

I am 16 never been kissed (other than preschool and 3rd but those weren't "REAL"). I'm just wondering how all of you meet guys outside of school. It would be great to be able to have guy friends rather than all my girl friends.

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Oh god please don't turn into one of those desperate girls that invites some 30 year old guy to be her date for her formal. There is plenty of time in life for socializing with boys, they are just like you. Many of them are insecure and many of them don't know how to talk to girls. Just concentrate on being confident with how you look and the way you are. Just relax, you are 16, enjoy life and be happy. And whatever you do, don't get a tattoo.

I had my first gf in college and I was 23 at the time, it was extremely awkward but everything worked. We have been together for 2 years now. I used to quite socially awkward but now I have lots of female friends and my life is all the better for it, I never pushed the issue.


Okay definitely never happening... But you see next year is prom and we have (it's mandatory) to bring a date, for the juniors that is. So not only do I want to get to know guys but i need at least a good guy friend to take to prom. And tattoos? Seriously you think I'm an idiot or something, not only do I have a high IQ but my school is college prep meaning all the honors classes at regular schools (public and even some private schools around here) are my regular classes and our honors classes they don't even have at regular schools. And now you're thinking okay smart girl then why is she doing this and wanting to meet guys? Because I'm a human being, a hormonal teenager, no matter how smart we are never will we be free of the desires of heart and mind. That is, until we are dead an unfortunate matter of the human condition.
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Posted 5/14/12

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figureskateforever wrote:

Here's my issue...

I go to a Catholic Private All-Girls school (I've gone to private school my whole life). I have no ways to meet guys other than dances where we invite guys from other private schools, and needless to say they aren't the best guys at dances. AND I haven't met any there. I am not the prettiest and am definitely not the smallest. I hate not being able to meet guys or have guy friends. I (sadly) don't think I even know how to talk to guys.

I am 16 never been kissed (other than preschool and 3rd but those weren't "REAL"). I'm just wondering how all of you meet guys outside of school. It would be great to be able to have guy friends rather than all my girl friends.

Thanks
<3 Ciara


School has man teachers yes? If not, Janitors?


Aha you're soooooo funny...not. That's just plain sick and disgusting.
Posted 5/15/12 , edited 5/15/12
Will I become a wolf if I start growing pubic hair down there? I'm not normal anymore!

I've got another issue regarding towards pubic hair. Should I shave or pluck?
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Posted 5/17/12

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How does one (me) watch TV with friends when afraid of doomsday (try being read the Biblical flood at age 7...), having emotional meltdowns when hearing babies or children cry if heard too frequently, partially stabilized erotophobia as it depends on intensity and, lastly quick to anger when prejudiced jokes are made, but only shown by expression?


Go to a therapist. You have deeply rooted issues residing in your subconscious and they need addressed by a qualified professional and no advice given on a message board would help complex issues like those. If you were being serious, that's the answer you needed to hear.
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Posted 5/17/12
In need of Relationship advice

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Posted 5/17/12 , edited 5/17/12
I can think of a few things off the top of my head. First, it's an extremely rare young man who isn't complimented by the attentions of a young woman. The thing to remember is that are going to be times in your life when you get rejected, times when you feel you made a fool of yourself and even times where you'll carry regrets throughout your entire life. However, you may regret trying something and failing, but you will certainly regret what could've been and wasn't, simply because you didn't try.

As to your problem of an introduction to the young man. There are myriad ways you can go about it, from having a friend say hello for you or pass along a lunch invitation to the classic "secret admirer" note where you can gauge his reaction while watching from a discreet distance. My personal favorite is the simple walk up and say "hello" to start a conversation. What you're facing is an age old problem; just remember while taking action may cause joy or pain, the alternative, not taking action will leave you dull painful regrets, possibly for years to come. I truly hope you and this young man end up having some joyful times together, but know matter what happens be sure to keep in mind all the people in your life who're there to support you when you stumble.

Good luck,

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Posted 5/18/12 , edited 5/18/12

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Do you know that feeling where you suddenly become conscious of someones presence and then whenever you see them you feel overly self conscious and highly aware?


Oh yeah, I feel the same thing when I'm drunk next to a cop.

I say try touching his penis. There's no better way to greet a guy if you wanna be his future wife. Even more if he's the shy type, those tend to be the easiest to trick.
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Posted 5/18/12

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kokorowohiraite wrote:

Do you know that feeling where you suddenly become conscious of someones presence and then whenever you see them you feel overly self conscious and highly aware?


Oh yeah, I feel the same thing when I'm drunk next to a cop.

I say try touching his penis. There's no better way to greet a guy if you wanna be his future wife. Even more if he's the shy type, those tend to be the easiest to trick.


You should become a relationship counceller; imagine how many relationships you'd save (」゜ロ゜)」
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Thank you for taking the time to reply! I reply like your response. I've been contemplating the situation and other pieces of advice that I have compiled and decided to do perhaps ask him a common question like "What's the time?" or "What time does the next lesson start?" and then after his response, reply with "By the way my name is.." and initiate a conversation that way and also to show I'm interested. Do you think that is a good approach?
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Posted 5/18/12 , edited 5/18/12
kokorowohiraite wrote;
"Thank you for taking the time to reply! I reply like your response. I've been contemplating the situation and other pieces of advice that I have compiled and decided to do perhaps ask him a common question like "What's the time?" or "What time does the next lesson start?" and then after his response, reply with "By the way my name is.." and initiate a conversation that way and also to show I'm interested. Do you think that is a good approach? "


I think that could be a very good approach. From the initial introduction you can push the conversation (and friendship) a bit forward each day. Particularly if you find out some of his interests and discuss the ones you share.
Most people absolutely love to give advice (as you can tell from thread), so I'm sure he would find it flattering if he were able to give you advice on a subject you both found interesting. The conversation doesn't have to be scripted out, some of the most memorable conversations are actually quite random. The point is to make him (and yourself) more comfortable with each other. When you feel that he and you are comfortable enough you might even ask him to join you at a nearby public place, such as a restaurant to "help you" with a school subject or outside interest, over a cup of coffee or such. Whether either of you consider this a "date" is completely unimportant. The main thing is for each of you to feel secure enough around each other to actually begin to learn enough about the other so that you each can make an informed choice about whether or not to move the relationship forward.

I hope this helps and I truly hope you two find what you're both looking for,

Steve
Posted 5/20/12

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Steve


Have you tried raping your maid?
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Not yet but that's an interesting idea. Although I'm guessing she'd most likely beat the crap out of me. Especially considering she's larger, stronger and has studied fighting styles much more aggressively than I ever have or would.
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nix96 wrote:

Not yet but that's an interesting idea. Although I'm guessing she'd most likely beat the crap out of me. Especially considering she's larger, stronger and has studied fighting styles much more aggressively than I ever have or would. ;)


She's sounding more and more like a secret agent.
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