The Rachel haircut was new and different and so totally cute. It seems that Jennifer Aniston's hairstylist and friend was stoned out of his mind when he gave her that famous do!
He and I have been really close friends for two years now, we get on really well and I like him a lot but I don't want to go further if our friendship will be ruined and we break up then never talk again.
I’m about to graduate from college and I need your help, because I’m terrible at relationships and the time is now or never. I have two guy friends and I like them both in different ways. Like, like like.
One thing about me is that when I like a guy, I just want to be around him and I yearn to talk to him, even if it's just about stupid trivial things. Unfortunately, this always lands me in the friend zone. I am scared I've blown my chances with him in terms of being in a romantic relationship.
This is a typical "best friend hates boyfriend" situation. It happens all the time, but you could be blind to it if you like totally love your boyfriend.
I hung out with one guy for about 8 hours; we just talked and really connected, and he told me how great a person I was and how I was so different from other girls, blah blah blah. We didn't do anything but talk and the conversation was great; I thought for sure I'd found a great friend.
Sometimes it seems like we may be "talking" and others it seems like he just wants a friendship, and I'm honestly fine with either. I want to know where we're at so that I don't get unrealistic expectations, but I don't want to bring it up and potentially screw up a good friendship.
Think about it: how would you react if you heard another woman walk into the room and say, "I look fantastic today!" You might admire her confidence, but it's more likely you'd be throwing her some serious side-eye.
My boyfriend and I have been dating for a few months and every time we go out with his friends I can tell they don’t like me. These dudes are giving me some serious side-eye and are super passive aggressive.
From the comfy clothes, to the massive amounts of junk food we're allowed to eat, to the take out and the wine. (Because you just can't have girls night without wine, right?) I love cozying up on the couch to chat about life, sharing secrets, and watching girly nostalgic movies.
As someone who spends her days studying communciations, I've spent a lot of time contemplating the ways we get in touch with one another. It used to be simple. A phone call here, meeting for coffee there. Maybe an e-mail or an AIM chat if you were feeling adventurous.
Who doesn't want an excuse to make nice with someone they've been fighting with? Or better yet, an excuse to pick a fight and then fix it later on?
This week my college goes back to school. I'm not going back. Since graduating, I've been wondering when it will hit me that I'm not in college anymore.
I want you to settle something for me and my friend. She's upset with me because she says I'm hard to make plans with. She wants to make plans a week in advance just to go have dinner.
No brunch, or any meal for that matter, is complete without the perfect outfit. Below, I've offered up a few tips, and put together a few of my my favorite outfits to wear to a relaxing Sunday brunch filled with girl talk, gossip, and mimosas.
My best friend just moved in with her boyfriend and I feel left out. We always used to hang out together. Now she mostly hangs out with him. We all go to the same school so I try to still have lunch with her and everything but it isn't the same.
Here on CollegeCandy, we write a lot of how-to posts. But for this particular how-to, I wanted to go a little less glam, and a little bit more gushy.
I have been friends with a guy for a while now, and we've always gotten along fine and hang out often with a bunch of other friends.
If I am going to commit to a relationship, I have to be convinced we can make it last. Is it too much to ask for a guy who is kind and makes me laugh? (And who accepts me and my quirks?) I don't think I lack confidence and I don't think I'm hideous looking. I think my problem is I don't know how to act and talk to guys.
My best frenemy is getting married. Ok, fine. I was happy for her. The problem is she asked me to make a speech. Tuffy, this girl is not someone I can say something nice about. We have a lot of the same friends so I can't back out of giving the speech, but we have had a lot of problems in the past.
Aww, friends. They're great. So great, in fact, that there are tons of super cheesy quotes floating around about them on the internet. I have to admit though, I was laughing when I first started making this gallery, but by the end I was tearing up just a little. I guess friends really are as great as the internet says.
My boyfriend of three years just had a falling out with one of his closest friends. I don't want to go into it here, but it was over something really stupid, neither of them will apologize and now they're not speaking. I want to help him mend it, but it seems like it's just making us fight.
So I'm friends with a great group of guys, and we hang out all the time. I've never thought of most of them as anything more than friends, but there is one that I've started to have a crush on. He's more of a friend of the guys than a close friend of mine, but we know each other and have hung out a few times. I don't want to get friend zoned by him accidentally though. I just don't want to screw up the dynamic of my friends if I make a move on this guy.
I bought a day-by-day calendar all about being assertive and basically saying "No, thank you" more (but without the 'thank you' part). And by "assertive," I mean it's filled with hysterical quotes about how it's okay to be super-bitchy, because we all have those day/moments/weeks/lifetimes...when we need to insert an extra NO! into one thing or another.
Probably you started college and made friends right away with the most convenient people. Which is totally the right and easiest thing to do. The problem is, sometimes the most convenient people don't end up being the people we like best. So, Miserable in College, if that's the case, I suggest you continue to be polite to these shoops and begin to distance yourself.