Right, the jist is i am not very experienced with Girl friends, i had one in like year 3, primary school, i think that is junior high in america? : / And then i moved to an all boys school, and a private one and then at the start of secondary school, when i moved back to a mixed state school i was a social snob, so until now have i had the oppurtunity to have a girlfriend.That is my excuse, But the point is, with a girlfriend how much do you commit to them at school? My girlfriend is in a completely different set of friends, males and females. I am in the more sane group, she is with the "jocks" of brit school, the wide boys and partial Chavs, (Burberry, hoody lads). So in breaks etc, do i hang out with her and her group or stay with mine, etc. that sort of thing, how commited to seeing her should i be? Sorry, very naive question. : /
School and Girlfriend,
"What was I comparing this universe with when I called it unjust?"
> how commited to seeing her should i be? As much as you want to comitt to her. Girlfriends is not a 1-2-3 step process, each one is different, and it depends on how you feel or what you want to do.
Do you see her after school? Don't leave your friends for some girl is the only advice I can really give - it's more than likely that you won't last (pessimistic, but mainly true of school relationships!) but friends are forever :smile:
Similar problem I have at the moment. I am trying to get with this girl who is also in a completely different social group and the reason why I haven't said anything is that exact same reason of how I would hang out with her. I'm in more of those types of people who are just themselves, and don't really care for things such as fads, while she is in a "preppy"-like social group who are quite obnoxious. It would really seem strange for either one of us to hang out with our different "groups" because she wouldn't really enjoy any of my friends as I do while I wouldn't like being with her friends either. So for now, I am not going to ask her anything until a "plan" pops up.