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Posted in What do you call it? on 2005-12-09 17:21:18

I'm from Michigan. Some more if you're interested: http://www.michigannative.com/ma_home.shtml

Everyone hear calls the light system "turn signals." I thought that's what most people called them...

Posted in Do YOU close the DOOR when...? on 2005-08-23 05:30:18

sorry about that...the error is now fixed.

Posted in Sleeping Habits on 2005-05-22 16:27:24


Posted in Sleeping Habits on 2005-05-19 09:28:37

find it suprising a lot of people like their pillows cold? Or is it not a big deal?

Posted in Am I In Love? on 2005-05-08 07:25:39

NONONONO!!!!!, do not do with Chadie suggests!!!! That's exactly what I did and it was one of the worst mistakes of my life. I became friends with this girl I really really liked before she dumped the guy he was seeing. I was "just friends" with her for the longest time, and I did get to know her, really well. When I finally told her my feelings, she kept saying something like "We'll see" or "let me think about it." I was practically her slave: I would end up doing all these nice things for her just so she might think of me. Then when she started seeing someone else we got into huge fights, and I kept asking her, "What about me?? I've been here all this time!" It was so hard to leave her after wasting so much time for her, and it was so hard letting her see someone else.

I know everyone says "just try being friends first." But it's mostly BS to me. You end up just having so many unreturned feelings and waiting forever for her to fall in love with you. Believe me, that is the WORST feeling in the world. First, get to know her for a few days and let her get to know you and then just ask her out or tell her. If she says yes, that's great. If she says no, then move on. If she says "Maybe," give her a couple of days and then move on.

I would take a "no" over being a friend like that again anyday. At least you can ask other girls rather than wasting time trying to convince the same one and you'll have her respect too. Who knows? Maybe later she'll realize how great you are and come back for you. But being her dog won't get you anything. It might sound romantic valuing friendship over love, but it's just plain stupid. She's going to think you mean it and not give you anything more than friendship. Not only that, but many girls don't like to ruin a perfectly good friendship by trying to push it further, so you might as well start with a relationship anyway.

You really should only start out as friends if you have about the same feelings for each other. I actually have had 2 pretty good relationships in which we started out as friends and moved closer after a few months. I didn't have a crush on either first, and the feelings were never unequal.

I think Chadie took way too long to ask the girl without even knowing her. I bet if he actually got to know her for a few days before asking, he would have been able to move on. I mean she probably wasn't as great and irreplaceable as he thought she was.

Anyone reading this can email me at antidense_at_gmail_dot_com. Especially you, chadie.