If you’re still sleeping with them, you shouldn’t need to read anything else to know that you’re definitely not over...
*Slaps phone out of friend's hand*
You're not going to get over them over-night. Fact.
Terry is vicious.
As girls, there’s one itty bitty thing that got screwed up in our chromosomes. Any time we see a slightly attractive male we automatically throw ourselves in their direction like a piece of freakin’ meat. We instantly get big googly eyes, say things that we should be keeping to ourselves, and completely freak the eff out our potential soul mate.
Have you ever met someone and wished you had a crystal ball to see into the future? Would there be a date? Would he like your friends? Would your parents like him? Could a relationship form? Does he have the potential to be “the one”?
Heyya Dude, My problem is that I've had a crush on this guy for about a year (I met him last June). The crush began because not only is he smart and funny but he would constantly say how beautiful I was and be very flirty. He then asked me to go to a concert with him while he was still dating this chick. I didn't think anything of it because I got to know the girl and assumed he told her.
Hi Dude, So I met this guy at a party one night and we exchanged numbers. A few days later he texted me and asked me if I wanted to meet him for some drinks. I met him at the bar and we had a great time. We had so much to talk about, there was never an awkward silence and we ended up staying pretty late. I was going to take the bus home, but he refused to let me and offered to drive me home.
I’m in a pickle. Yes, I just said pickle. I recently drunkenly made out with a boy who lives on my hall. If that’s not bad enough, his ex GF is in, like, all of my classes and saw it happen (it was at a frat party....I know, embarrassing). Now she’s seriously giving me major sh*t for it and even bitched me out in the hallway in front of one of our lectures.
Dude, I’m later into college and I met this amazing guy right at the beginning of my freshman year. We both had an instant connection. We were very flirty, but when I found out he had a girlfriend, I toned it down. We still talked, but never really hung out. I later found out that was because his girlfriend at the time was incredibly jealous of other girls.
Dear dude, Problem: my boyfriend's ex girlfriend texts him constantly. They were in a relationship for 2 years on and off in high school. I asked him to not talk to her and he didn't for about 4 months. But she texted him consistently and he finally gave in and started talking to her. He said she really needed him for advice. I know this because I sometimes check his phone.
It's no secret that everyone wants honestly in their relationship, but there are some things we just DON'T want to know (or want them to know!). Much like you wouldn't disclose to your man exactly what happened between you and his roommate freshman year, here's a list of things we definitely do not want to hear from guys we're gettin' down with: