All those lovely moments of watching Dora The Explorer while babysitting was totally worth it ! I personally feel if my dating life were to have a theme song, this song would sadly go along for it. The guy always compliments my playing skills, talks to me about the most random of subjects, and always makes sure to walk with me whenever we're off the field at the same time.
He's this adorably cute who looks like Nicholas Hoult's long lost brother.
Maybe it’s because I’m impatient, but I’m usually texting the girl that same night saying I had a great time.
I won’t life, a girl gets major brownie points when I pull my phone out to send this, and she has beat me to the punch.
While we were only together for a few months, she had become a big part of my life and I saw that only growing.
I had been invited to her family’s events a week before I had “the bomb” dropped on me so she wasn’t exactly cutting me out of her life slowly. How could someone who supposedly cared about me do this?
So, give me your thoughts on these items – what am I doing right?
In the last month, I’ve had a whirlwind of emotions go through me – for the first couple weeks, it was mainly sadness, confusion, and grief.
I completely understand that you need to be true to your feelings and don’t fault her for that.
However, what I do have a problem with is how I was treated in the aftermath, but that’s a whole other story in itself.
Some of my friends are adamant that you got to kiss the girl, otherwise you are entering the “friend zone.” However, I don’t subscribe to this school of thought.
It seems a bit weird to me kissing someone that you met a few hours ago.