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    Pirogoeth

    Yeah, I've moved on. The guy ended up coming down this weekend and she was wondering why I didn't want to hang out and go partying with them...

    Actually, I almost said something along the lines of "So if you get drunk and have sex with him, is it okay because he is Catholic?"

    I think it is more the principle of the thing than the actual issue.

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    Pirogoeth

    haha, it was definitely my lack of religion.

    I was raised by congregationalists but never pressured to have faith, and I personally am Agnostic with no real love for religion because of a couple of things. However, I do respect beliefs if they are not forced upon me.

    I sense that there could possibly be a change of ideas, but at the same time she is very stubborn, and would probably stick by her decision even if she came across a crisis of faith or something to that degree.

    It also doesn't help that there is someone from her hometown (I'm in college) who is catholic, AND had a deep-set crush on her for a while.

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    Pirogoeth

    It is her decision, but she always seems so conflicted about it. I mean, I don't recall any doctrine within Catholic faith discouraging those who aren't Catholic. Perhaps I missed something.

    It's not like I'm Godless or Moral-less, I guess I just don't fit a certain frame.

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    Pirogoeth

    Yeah dude, whenever I get really upset about something I just go walking in a random direction with no destination in mind. It is really calming especially if you go somewhere out of the way to relax.

    Haha sometimes I just do it for fun! Or you can always call a friend and vent. You will probably feel better.

    Also, please don't use the word "Fag" or "Gay" as an insult, because it can be really insulting to a lot of people, gay or not.

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    Pirogoeth

    Getting over someone takes time. It sucks, but you just have to gradually let the feelings that you have go with the knowledge that they aren't reciprocal.

    Trust me, I know from personal experience that it is easier said than done, but it usually needs to be done and will take some time and possibly some pain \:\(

    I hope things work out for you

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    Pirogoeth

    I went commando for a week when I didnt have the money to do laundry. I also wore the same pair of jeans for that week, soooo they were a little rank when I finally did my laundry \:\)

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    Pirogoeth

    This girl that I liked decided that she could not date me because she was a Catholic and I was not. We had similar interests, got along great, and also physically hooked up a couple of times.

    I would like to hear other opinions on this issue. I am personally letting it go, because as far as I can see, there is nothing I can do.

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    Pirogoeth

    So there is this girl, as most of these threads start, and I need some advice about her.

    So I like her. And i don't know if she likes me. A lot of stuff has happened since I realized this and the present, such as me having a girlfriend, her having a boyfriend, me asking her to prom. However, the one thing that hasn't changed has been the fact that when it's just the two of us, she is happy, we talk, there is a general good feeling between us.

    However, she is really popular, and thus is constantly surrounded by a changing number of people. I call them the paparazzi. Some are her friends, others are people that just know her through other people. When she is around them, she barely acknowledges me, and also becomes a lot more irritable, and even if we have a few minutes away from them, doesn't give me the time of day.

    Even if it is just a few of us talking, she will still not be as comfortable as when we are just talking.

    So is she just uncomfortable in crowds and I shouldn't take it personally? and how do I figure out if she actually likes me?

    Oh, by the way. That time alone is every morning before school starts, we usually go down to the cafe and get tea. It is nice, although it isn't a very long trip, 10-15 minutes tops.

    Some advice would be nice. I'm kinda confused on this one.

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    Pirogoeth

    I actually have spent a lot of time with her. Her sister is a big-time violinist, and I have gone down with their family a lot to NYC, and we have spent the day hitting the town.

    She is definitely not immature. I even thought that she was older than she was before she actually told me.

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    Pirogoeth

    Punisher, there are certain laws in certain states, called statutory rape laws.

    You should probably look them up.

    And yeah, I see what you mean about prom, but it's one of those issues where I want to make sure that she likes me in the more than friends way before I make a move. I know there is always some risk involved in love, but all the same.

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