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  • #16
    Shouldn't this thread be called "g1r7z"?
    --BC,

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Mr.A
      Wow, I made a topic that turned hot :D. But on the topic, the time I'm writing this would mean that tommorow is when I'm going to try and impress the girl I like...

      Hopefully I don't screw myself over TOO much and she agrees to see a movie with me, but I'm not sure what movie to ask her to go see. What movies would a usual girl like to see, without thinking you're stupid? :/

      I'm thinking of asking her if she'd want to see Underworld: Evolution, even though i don't really like the "idea recycling" thing that's been going on. But I'd be happy to have any other date-movie ideas for myself and anyone else who looks here.
      Take her to see Casanova if it's still playing near you. My girlfriend wanted to see that with me before it even came out and I always said no, but surprised her on our anniversary to see it. She was thrilled and I came out of the whole situation a winner.
      Answering easy questions since 1987
      Si Dieu est pour moi, qui peut être contre moi?

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      • #18
        heh, you know that after all this build-up you'll have to tell us how it all goes.
        "I'll admit I had an OiNK account and frequented it quite often… What made OiNK a great place was that it was like the world's greatest record store… iTunes kind of feels like Sam Goody to me. I don't feel cool when I go there. I'm tired of seeing John Mayer's face pop up. I feel like I'm being hustled when I visit there, and I don't think their product is that great. DRM, low bit rate, etc... OiNK it existed because it filled a void of what people want."
        - Trent Reznor

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        • #19
          I'll be sure to come back and tell you all about it if she says yes ^_^. If I don't come online again for a month, she said no O_O...

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Mr.A
            I'll be sure to come back and tell you all about it if she says yes ^_^. If I don't come online again for a month, she said no O_O...
            well i know for sure that i have my fingers crossed for ya, lets just hope everyone else on this board has aswel.

            best of luck!!! (not that you'll need it)

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            • #21
              Originally posted by semprix
              This is a really weird topic. ....Go out have fun and enjoy life
              You know computer inventions are slow when guys notice girls instead of something new at Best Buy.

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              • #22
                I'm back from my appointment, so here's what happened...


                "I went down to her locker, flowers in my bag, looking for her. She wasn't around there, I heard that there was a vocal jazz practice or whatever in the north part of the school. She wasn't there either. I couldn't wait around or go looking for her, so I had to go to the front office, drop off the flowers and ask the secretary there to give them to her for me, since I was tight on time."


                So now you'll all have to wait until TOMMOROW (sigh, more waiting) until I find out her reply...

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Mr.A
                  I'm back from my appointment, so here's what happened...


                  "I went down to her locker, flowers in my bag, looking for her. She wasn't around there, I heard that there was a vocal jazz practice or whatever in the north part of the school. She wasn't there either. I couldn't wait around or go looking for her, so I had to go to the front office, drop off the flowers and ask the secretary there to give them to her for me, since I was tight on time."


                  So now you'll all have to wait until TOMMOROW (sigh, more waiting) until I find out her reply...
                  What did your note on the flowers say? This is pivotal since you are not there for hand delivery.

                  I once used the office secretary to woo a girl. What I did was have the secretary take the flowers and put them inside the girls locker along with a piece of paper with a hole in it. The previous day I had asked the girl(this would assume your already friends with her with a bit of a spark between you two) and other people what they saw on the paper. Of course, everyone answered, "A big hole.". After the girl got the flowers I made sure to meet her at her locker(timing is important) and say, "You see, this paper perfectly represents you. Everyone notices this little hole in the middle, but no one notices the other 90% of the paper. Thats the part I love." At that point I got a "awww." and it was easy to ask her on a date.

                  Just an anecdote to maybe spark some ideas for follow up if this note goes well.
                  Last edited by Xodia; February 14, 2006, 11:18.
                  The dude abides.

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                  • #24
                    If she's the only one that treats you well is it worth the possibility that she won't want anything to do with you after you alienate her?

                    Taking a chance on love is always good , but if things don't work out then living with the consequences can be much harder.

                    Think hard before you decide!

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                    • #25
                      Nothing quite like ruining a great friendship by trying to take it to the next level and horribly failing
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                      • #26
                        Well, it's getting to the time I have to go to school. This morning I'll be able to find out if people are right, and that she'll never like me again. If she likes me, and wants to see a movie with me, or if she "doesn't like me that way" but I still get to be friends with her :/. Hopefully, she likes me, I'm gonna first ask the secretary who gave the flowers for me about how she reacted. If it turned out bad, I might want to just avoid her...

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                        • #27
                          do not avoid her!!!!!!!!

                          women like guys who are confident and not shy! if you see her in the locker room simply say, i hope u like the flowers. even say it in front of her mates. confidense is what women desire, no woman wants a man who is shy and lacks confidense. be confident, never ever drop your chin, even if you fail!

                          keep your chin up!

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                          • #28
                            110% agreement with what funkychiken said. that's the great paradox of relationships... it's like employment. (the old addage... you can't get hired until you get experience and you can't get experience until you've had a job)

                            often that first big step towards getting together with someone hinges on having confidence. however, until you've had some kind of romance in your life, that confidence is often lacking. on the plus side, love is rather like the way douglas adams described the art of flying... terribly difficult to those who have never done it (their anxiety and uncertainty often leads to awkwardness) but after it has been accomplished once, one finds that slipping past the initial hard spots gets unbelievably easier.

                            there's also the fact that (to quote yet another source... this time, chris rock) women like men who are in relationships. it doesn't matter who you are in your school, job, or life... the moment someone has gotten together with you is the moment that half a dozen other people start to notice you and consider you date-worthy.
                            Originally posted by chris rock
                            when you were single, no one was thinking about your ugly ass. then your woman got a hold of you... now everybody wants to fuck you. when you were single, no one was calling you. now your phone's ringing off the hook, with crazy freaking sex calls... "hey, whatcha doing? you know, me and my girlfriend are having a dick-sucking contest, and we thought you'd be a good judge." you never got that call when you were single! now you get it every tuesday!
                            "I'll admit I had an OiNK account and frequented it quite often… What made OiNK a great place was that it was like the world's greatest record store… iTunes kind of feels like Sam Goody to me. I don't feel cool when I go there. I'm tired of seeing John Mayer's face pop up. I feel like I'm being hustled when I visit there, and I don't think their product is that great. DRM, low bit rate, etc... OiNK it existed because it filled a void of what people want."
                            - Trent Reznor

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Deviant Ollam
                              there's also the fact that (to quote yet another source... this time, chris rock) women like men who are in relationships. it doesn't matter who you are in your school, job, or life... the moment someone has gotten together with you is the moment that half a dozen other people start to notice you and consider you date-worthy.
                              The speculation here forced me to comment. What DO stated is not true in all cases. Some women avoid men who are involved with others as they would avoid the plague. Even sometimes as being avoiding a friendship. The case for this is four-fold: One not wishing to hurt or harm another of their own gender; one not wishing to hurt or harm the sensibilities of the person to whom they have affection, and; if there has been any previous conversation regarding liking someone and he hooks up with someone else, well then one has to deal with the shame, embarassment, stupidity, etc., etc., etc. of being rejected. Finally, what self-respecting person who is in like/love with another wishes to hear about the ways and means of a "friend's" relationship. It's like offering up one's self to be stabbed repeatedly and one cannot fight back.

                              For me (and ONLY for me) being single and happy animal and carefree is the way to go. I have some emotionally/cerebrally rich relationships which I value. The ROI (again for ME) on romantic relationships is WAAAAAAY below my radar screen. Your mileage, however, may vary. And if it does, Goddess blessings on you and your endeavors. I suppose romantic love is a wonderful thing, but perhaps not all beings on the planet are lucky or blessed with it. I have scripted too much. I will shut up now.

                              Regards,
                              valkyrie

                              sapere aude

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                              • #30
                                Well, today is done. It went as normal, except for a brief part where my friend said:

                                "She said you're a cool guy, but you should be less annoying"

                                I wasn't sure if that meant she likes me, or that she just thinks I'm annoying :/

                                I was going to talk to her at lunch, but couldn't, she had singing practice. I was going to talk to her after school, but couldn't find her :/. I leafed through my desk drawer and found an old school directory from elementary's grade 8, so I'm planning on calling her tonight, when no one else is in the house, cause I'd get really nervous :/

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