Why I'm Completely Disgusted with My Soon-to-be-Former Lover
Poll: Do You Love Your Boyfriend But Hate His Friends?: Yes. I hate making him choose, but can't stand to be with them. Yes. That's why he nevers sees them. No. I love his friends, they're now my friends. I don't know, I've never met them.
Poll: Do You Tend To Ignore Your Friends When Starting A New Relationship?: Um...maybe. But only during the first few weeks. Never. Your friends will always be there for you, who knows how long he'll be around? Sometimes, depending on how much I like the guy.
Poll: Dating Your Best Friend's Sibling: A Do Or A Don't?: A do. What could be better? You already know his sister loves you. A definite don't. You feel like her family is your own. It'd be too weird. It depends on how your friend felt about the situation.
Poll: When Do You Introduce Your New Boyfriend To The Family?: I avoid it as long as possible. Right away. If my family doesn't like him, then it's not even worth continuing the relationship. I wait a few months to see how long-term the relationship is going to be. I don't really plan it out. It usually just happens randomly.
Poll: How Long Do You Date Before Becoming Exclusive?: Exclusive? What's that? If we're going out on a date, we're exclusive. About a month or two. Until one of us brings it up and we discuss it together. We didn't really talk about it. It was just assumed we were exclusive.
Poll: Are Long Distance Relationships Worth the Effort?: Absolutely. If the relationship is solid, the distance shouldn't matter. It depends on how long we've been together and how much I love him. No way! Too much effort, and it would never last. I would stay in touch but keep dating others. He's probably doing the same thing anyway.
Geeky men are the best kept secret in the dating world. We've hoarded this info for years, but since spring is here and the weather is finally lightening, we're feeling generous and will pass along this kernel of wisdom to you, dear readers. Time to grow up and realize the soft-spoken, slightly disheveled, not overly hip guy seated in the corner over there, would actually make a much, much better boyfriend. 1.) He won't take you for granted. 2.) A massive ego is less likely. 3.) No worries about revealing your geeky side. 4.) Use him as your style canvas.
Now that the snow is no longer falling and our bare legs are finally reappearing, we can embark on that ages-old tradition enjoyed by hygenic people the world over: spring cleaning. For most of us, this includes mopping up mud from the entryway, throwing out those raggety old long johns, donating servicable but unwanted jackets to the Goodwill, and recycling about fifty pounds of winter catalogs and magazines. After all this, however, there might be one additional task left to do in order feel truly decluttered: tossing that sorry-assed boyfriend of yours to the curb.
Spring has finally sprung, and the urge to shop for new clothes is almost as strong as the need to find a way to pay for them. Luckily, you don't have to spend a lot to look great this season. The biggest looks combine versatility with all-American style, and you only need five must-haves to update your wardrobe. Armed with these lists of essentials for him and her (and where to get them), you can even sneak your look into fall without spending a fortune.
Men have long rejected women because of what they perceive as excess weight. We've all heard of men who pressure their wives, partners or girlfriends to lose weight, and often female fears of losing a man will prompt a major overhaul. On the flip side, experts say women often withhold sex as a weapon of last resort when their partners refuse to or don't lose weight.
Poll: Your Friend's Boyfriend: Love Him or Hate Him?: I can't stand him!!! What does she see in him? They're perfect for one another, and I think he's a great guy. I think he's such a great guy that I want him for myself...
Would Andy think Jake was as perfect as I did? Perfect manners. Perfect behavior. Perfect attitude. Jake had just turned three. He was a sweet kid, affectionate and kind—but perfect manners? Who was I kidding? It wasn't as if "thank you" was exactly a recognized word in his vocabulary.