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How To Confess Feelings To Secret Crush ?
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Easy, set him up with the girl he likes then before he goes on his date with her kiss him. The rest will follow.
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Babyqirl-May wrote:

i'v come to conclusion that i'll tell my crush i like him.. but idk how :/


if is a men, it will be pretty easy, lol, just tell him all, most probably is that he also have the same feelings for you
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I wouldn't bother...I mean what will become of it? You're 15, you know it isn't going to last. Guys at that age (high school) are immature, and you both have a lot of growing, learning and changing to do. The only thing I see in the future of a relationship at this age is heartbreak. Somebody will either cheat or you'll grow apart......I mean really, how many people are out there that are married to their boyfriend from high school? Very few. How many who did get married (after HS) and got divorced? Plenty. I didn't date until I was 18 (I had just graduated). I dated a guy who was in college that I met at a summer job. That was my choice, and I'm glad I made it. I avoided all the teenage drama/heartache that comes with a relationship. If something goes sour, you'll still have to see that person every day at school! Live it up, be carefree, enjoy your teenage years.....and, oh yeah, study! (You do have your future to take care of.)

That's my advice, take it or leave it....sorry if I come across as huge pessimist. I've seen a lot of teenage suffering due to relationships.
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I wouldn't bother...I mean what will become of it? You're 15, you know it isn't going to last. Guys at that age (high school) are immature, and you both have a lot of growing, learning and changing to do. The only thing I see in the future of a relationship at this age is heartbreak. Somebody will either cheat or you'll grow apart......I mean really, how many people are out there that are married to their boyfriend from high school? Very few. How many who did get married (after HS) and got divorced? Plenty. I didn't date until I was 18 (I had just graduated). I dated a guy who was in college that I met at a summer job. That was my choice, and I'm glad I made it. I avoided all the teenage drama/heartache that comes with a relationship. If something goes sour, you'll still have to see that person every day at school! Live it up, be carefree, enjoy your teenage years.....and, oh yeah, study! (You do have your future to take care of.)

That's my advice, take it or leave it....sorry if I come across as huge pessimist. I've seen a lot of teenage suffering due to relationships.


Agree with you lol, must of the HS relationship result in a heart broken, i didn't date until 17, and i thought that i found a good a mature girl, unfortunely after 6 months of relationship, she cheat me .-..
she is 15, maybe, she should wait until 18-20 to get a serious relationship
or otherwise she will get a heart broken and depressed u.u
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I have always been too shy to tell someone straight up how I feel, the only reason I ended up going out with the guy that I liked was that I accidently posted a Pewdiepie video he sent me onto my normal facebook rather than my private group saying "The guy I like sent me this". He saw it and asked me about it and yeah. You could try doing something like that intentionally though I guess?
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I find it's a lot easier to get to know them first (just talk to them so you're not a total stranger), invite them out somewhere so that's its just you two, and then tell them when the get-together is over and you guys are about to part ways and go home.
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Shock and Awe campaign. No forethought, just do it.
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toxxin wrote:

Shock and Awe campaign. No forethought, just do it.


This.

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I dig your boobies
Do you like me too?
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Step 1: cut a hole in the box.
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Men: grow some balls.. because apparently if youre having a hard time ya might not have any...
Women: take some estrogen pills..... and slam on some hoochie girl clothes... it be a walk in the park...
ROFLMAO!!!!!
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Stalk him. Wait by his locker with a threatening envelope of love maybe.
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lol dw i did exactly what everyone said , just tell him and be straight up.
His answer was he doesn't like me so yea dw now
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PhyongHwa wrote:

I wouldn't bother...I mean what will become of it? You're 15, you know it isn't going to last. Guys at that age (high school) are immature, and you both have a lot of growing, learning and changing to do. The only thing I see in the future of a relationship at this age is heartbreak. Somebody will either cheat or you'll grow apart......I mean really, how many people are out there that are married to their boyfriend from high school? Very few. How many who did get married (after HS) and got divorced? Plenty. I didn't date until I was 18 (I had just graduated). I dated a guy who was in college that I met at a summer job. That was my choice, and I'm glad I made it. I avoided all the teenage drama/heartache that comes with a relationship. If something goes sour, you'll still have to see that person every day at school! Live it up, be carefree, enjoy your teenage years.....and, oh yeah, study! (You do have your future to take care of.)

That's my advice, take it or leave it....sorry if I come across as huge pessimist. I've seen a lot of teenage suffering due to relationships.


and you're right! its just a waste, i know this because all my friends never had a real relationship, and they've gone out with how many boys.. I've never had a relationship or a first kiss, but i'll change that when i'm more older and mature Thanks For Your Advise, and Everyone Else! <3
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Babyqirl-May wrote:

lol dw i did exactly what everyone said , just tell him and be straight up.
His answer was he doesn't like me so yea dw now


At least you erased any doubt. And feelings may change over time, so try to keep an open mind.
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