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Niscen 19-06-2006 11:31 AM

I've got a very serious problem!!!! (Urgent)
 
Okay, I'll try to make all these straight.

Two weeks before graduation, I've found this guy, a boy I consider the right guy for me. But we do not know each other. ... And I've discovered that he sees me very often during those days (maybe it was all just my imagination, maybe he looked at me just because I looked stupid). But now we've graduated, and I'm not even sure whether I like him or not, I want to contact him by e-mail... but I'm not sure if it's right to do so. What should I do? :icon_conf

If it was you, what should you do?

devine kk 19-06-2006 11:41 AM

you will never know if you don't make a move. you may live to regret it. what if etc.

Ranman 19-06-2006 11:50 AM

This sound like a question for the great, noble and wise man of KKW
Go now and

ASK DUCKULA

Foeni 19-06-2006 11:51 AM

I wouldn't use e-mail. Bump into him somewhere. If he doesn't really know you, you need to show him that he should want to know you. That's hard in an e-mail.

deviljet88 19-06-2006 12:30 PM

Hit them up on the email, though not knowing each other is pretty vague... Have you 2 talked or did you just have a "love-at-first-sight" moment in regards to him being a potential boyfriend?

Hazzle 19-06-2006 02:02 PM

What Fo said. But most of all, what Ran said. The rest of these gayers wouldn't know a thing.

Niscen 19-06-2006 02:42 PM

How can I bump into him somewhere? We've graduated already....*sighing*

Well, Jet, to your question, it's some kind of "love-at-first-sight", I guess. No, we haven't talked so far.

Actually, I noticed him looking at me often at first, but I didn't really care about him, because boys look at me often at school also...I just regarded him one of those boys only....at the beginning. But I can't figure out "when" did I start to feel different toward him. I still try to tell myself that the feeling isn't called "like" or "love"....I am still confused...:icon_frow

deviljet88 19-06-2006 02:54 PM

An email would be weird if it was just that much contact... I mean, not even a slight talk... geez. Bumping is hard, but try to find connections through friends? Surely a friend of yours knows a friend of his (and maybe put a few more middlemen in there too, who knows).

Niscen 19-06-2006 03:22 PM

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Originally Posted by deviljet88
try to find connections through friends? Surely a friend of yours knows a friend of his (and maybe put a few more middlemen in there too, who knows).

yes, I've found a friend, a classmate of his. I've told him that I want to know that guy, and will he try to be the "middleman", and he said okay, he'll try to make us chat online. But you know what? The guy tell my friend that his computer has some problems and he's got it fixed... he can't use the computer these days..... maybe when it returns, he forgets me...http://www.kkwavefront.org/forums/im...cons/icon9.gif

deviljet88 19-06-2006 03:27 PM

Paranoia, if he's going to glance at you often, chances are a quick flash of your picture to him will make him remember. As everyonelse said, it's worth a shot, especially if you've got someone to help you 2 ^^

Niscen 19-06-2006 03:30 PM

thanks for your comfort, but I don't think it will work .

Hazzle 19-06-2006 11:11 PM

Well we can't fucking make him like you so what more do you want?! Advice given, if you're ignoring it, that's probably wise. Ask Duckula, he always knows what to do.

Anyway if you don't think it's going to work then what was the point of this thread?

deviljet88 20-06-2006 02:51 AM

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Originally Posted by Hazzle
Anyway if you don't think it's going to work then what was the point of this thread?

Hope and assurance ^^ (Quoting her from MSN)

Hazzle 20-06-2006 07:30 AM

Bah. Fucking softies expect us to hold their hands.

The thing is Jet, you tried to give her hope and assurance and yet she shrugged it off. It's annoying when people do that. "Please reassure me everything will be ok" "Everything will be ok" "I really don't think it will". I always get tempted to say "Fine, it won't then, now fuck off." So this time I did.

Niscen 20-06-2006 07:41 AM

Haz, you don't understand girls, do you? Sorry, maybe I sound a bit rude. Sometimes girls just need a little bit comfort and hope.

What Jet told me on the msn do make me feel better, and I really know what I should do or how I should think. Jet's really a great "sex therapist" :icon_err:

**Thanks for all your advices!! I really appreciated them...

Hazzle 20-06-2006 07:54 AM

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Originally Posted by Niscen
Haz, you don't understand girls, do you? Sorry, maybe I sound a bit rude. Sometimes girls just need a little bit comfort and hope.

No, REALLY?! I know that, it's just SOME girls operate on enough logic to realise that if you want comfort and hope don't fucking argue with someone giving it to you! To be fair, you're right, I don't understand most girls, as most of you are dumb fuckers who don't operate according to the laws of logic and reason, but are instead completely irrational fuckers. It's a wonder you lot live longer than us, it really is.

I hate people who're so insecure that when you give them the reassurance they want they still argue with you. I used to do it and it's fucking annoying. It's also fucking wrong, and rather than just pander to it, I'm trying to point out you need to change your mentality. Seriously, I've broken up with a girl for being like you, and I can't be the only guy to do it. For your own sake, when someone says something like "It'll be ok" don't argue with them.

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What Jet told me on the msn do make me feel better, and I really know what I should do or how I should think. Jet's really a great "sex therapist" :icon_err:
Noone can tell you how you should think. To think that is stupid. There's no "should do", there's only what you feel comfortable with. Every person is different. As soon as people realise that they'll stop giving relationship advice based on a few kernels of information. Any advice based on this generalised situation is likely to be worthless.

Sundance 20-06-2006 08:03 AM

The silly girl just wanted someone to talk to. No harm there.

What is it, man? Did you wake up to have some Cheerios and find there wasn't any milk?

Hazzle 20-06-2006 08:06 AM

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Originally Posted by Sundance
The silly girl just wanted someone to talk to. No harm there.

What is it, man? Did you wake up to have some Cheerios and find there wasn't any milk?

Talk AT. That's the crucial difference. It's retarded to ask someone for comfort and then shrug it off and say "No, I really don't think that's true."

Well if you don't think it's true, it's probably not, why the fuck are you asking me? Exactly, because you're a stupid little wench.

Niscen 20-06-2006 08:07 AM

I don't argue with anyone who gives them their advices, I just wasn't sure it'll work, but if the one who gave the advice persuaded me that it'll be fine, I won't question them anything!!! Or even argue with them!!!:mad:

Could you please stop being this "strict", Haz? It's hard to talk with you in a peaceful way...http://www.kkwavefront.org/forums/im...cons/icon9.gif

Sundance 20-06-2006 08:09 AM

You have to admit Hazzle has a point. It does sound kind of funny to say, "Help! I'm drowning!" Then lend that person a hand and have them say to you, "No! Thank you very much. I'm drowning!"


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