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    Anon

    I know it is always very gentleman like to walk a girl home, and I see no problem if she's not too far away. But let's say its a girl I like and her place is a bus ride away (albeit a short one). I don't mind taking the bus with her back, but I don't really want to come off as a "hey I'm desperately trying to win you over by being extraordinarily nice" kinda guy either.Should I always just say "Hey, I'll walk you back" or maybe just ask whether she would like me to walk her back, or would it depend on the time (like at midnight for sure I'd do it, but if its still bright out, it might be inappropriate)What do you think?

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    Ill try and keep it briefso..I like this girl, found out she had a BF, so I just became really good friends with her. She broke up, comes to me for support, and I tried my best to help her with it. Then few months go by and she hasn't even mentioned her old b/f but recently started talking about him again. I think she just sees me as a really good friend and nothing more. I've been trying to send some signals and trying to pick up on any, but I feel that it would be awkward if I asked and she didn't felt that way, then it would hurt the friendship that we've made.

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    *background information. Bear with me, this does sort of contain some relationship issues along with some other decisions.So the Post-secondary Institution that I go to has a paid internship program that it is known for and a lot of students are enrolled in it. This means that students have schedules that can have them working in the fall/winter and schooling in the summer (the reverse is also possible, but its not up to the students to decide).Anyways, I'm not in that program so in a few more weeks I'll be done another year of college. I'm not sure whether or not I should continue schooling in the summer, or using my 4 month break to get a job.Here's what I like about getting a job:1. I'm almost 20 and I've never had a job so I think I need some work experience if I am to ever obtain future jobs.2. My best friend is back in my hometown so I will be able to hang out with him.3. I'm not sure if I will enjoy stressing out over school when the weather is so nice, not to mention that I am eliminating my break.4. Get paid to work as opposed to paying to go to school(very nice, but not THE most important thing to me) Here's what I like about schooling in the summer:1. Some people argue that getting a job will make your summer dreadful because of long hours at work + commute so you won't even have time to enjoy the nice weathers.2. Some college friends I have are staying3. I can have a lighter courseload in a future term due to taking more courses4. With the recession (on top of me not having a lot of technical marketable qualities), I'm not guaranteed to be able to get a jobBut the biggest reason for me to stay is that there's this girl I like (you probably saw this coming). She is in the above mentioned internship program so she is here for this coming summer and fall, but will be gone again for winter and following summer. We're really good friends but she's giving me a lot of mixed signals to make me question whether she only thinks of me as a good friend or a potential boyfriend.Truthfully speaking, she is the main reason why I'm even considering staying for the summer. I just wanted some opinions on what I should do. I think its pretty clear that without factoring in this girl I like, going to work for 4 months would be the wiser decision. Is it foolish to set myself back to chase after a girl who you're not even sure if she definitely likes you more than just a friend? Even if it were to work out, it would work out for at most 8 months before becoming a long-distance thing for the following 8 months.I'm just very inexperienced with this because I'm getting older now but have never dated, and I guess my judgment is also clouded because of desire to find and be with that special someone.Thanks for reading

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    Here's my situation. Back when I was in grade 11, I fell into an addiction known as "World of Warcraft" and stopped hanging out with my friends. I didn't purposefully reject any offers that they made to me to hang out, its just that I never put forth any effort into seeing them (after school ended, I would just go home and play for a couple hours, do my homework, and go to sleep) so I guess they just didn't bother to invite me to whatever they were doing.Fast forward to my sophomore year of college. I've made a new circle of friends in college, but to be honest, I still really attached to my old circle of friends. Over the course of 3.5 years, I might have seen a couple with them a few times and exchanged a couple of "hey long time no see" short conversations. I have made a new MSN account (because my old email address was kiddish) but felt a little bit awkward in readding them if I didn't have any intention of talking to them.The point is, I really want to catch up with them on how they're doing, and get close enough to them that we could start hanging out again just like old times but I'm not sure what my course of action is. Should I re-add them on MSN and start talking to them, or shall I use Facebook as a means of communication (I still have them as my list of friends on there) or something else? I don't feel comfortable using the phone right now even though it is the most direct form of communication there is (besides face to face of course)Thanks

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    So I knew this girl for 3 months and we've been getting along quite well. I like her a lot, shes nice to talk to, and attractive. I just recently found out from her that she has a boyfriend (which I would've never expected because shes a pretty touchy person, sometimes grabbing onto my arm, or feeding something to me with her fingers). And she always seemed to be too busy to be dating because she is in a pretty intense program (though I guess all those times she said she was busy, was probably time she spent with her b/f)

    One day she was telling me about how bad her relationship is going and I'm basically just there to listen to all of her problems because it seemed to her that her boyfriend doesn't care about her too much and that she doesnt think the relationship will last. Right before I left, I was thinking of giving her a hug because she felt like she really needed one, but right when I was about to, I backed out. I like her, but I don't want to give the impression that I'm trying to steal her away from her boyfriend.

    I don't think anything will work out between us at all because of how the school system works with internships, because after this study term ends, I won't be seeing her for a year and by then, she'll probably forget about me. But I just want to give her a hug goodbye, and I'm not quite sure how to go about it, or how she might think of it. I'm not known to be a person who is very open to hugging and gives them out frequently, so I guess my hug would mean a lot more than someone else's. What do you all think?

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    Anon

    It's weird, when I look at myself in the mirror, I think hey.. I'm pretty attractive, like 8/10 material. But when I look at myself in a photo or using a webcam, I think blah... 6/10. Don't know why, if its a mind trick or some angle thing, who knows.

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    I'm 17 now, and I've been eating junk food for quite a while (I would say above average, though not extreme). I did manage to go a year and a half without junk food but for 3 months over the summer, for some reason, I decided to eat again. I'm going to stop eating again but I was wondering, for those 10+ years I've been eating junk food, have I dealt irreverseable harm to my body such as decreasing how long I'm going to live, or increasing my risk of developing diseases?

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    Anon

    hmm lets see.. I likepregnant (not a very common one it seems but I like it)lesbian (only with strap on)orgasm/masturbate (female)anime/hentai (sometimes)asian/japanese (sometimes)

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    Well I'm 16, last year I was 5'6" and 150lbs. This year I'm 5'6" (didnt grow at all), and 131.5lbs with no muscles/abs showing (i dont lift weights or anything)I've got a few questions.1. Is the 20lbs that I lost safe? I cut out all the junk food (pizza, mcdonalds, ice cream, deep fried chicken wings etc.) and increased exercise a little bit. Just afraid that I might be missing out on some nutrition (assuming junk food actually has any nutrition)2. Well considering I haven't grown an inch since last year, am I at/close to getting to my maximum height??3. Should I continue to try and lose more weight or should I start to build some muscles or do both? (I know really nothing about muscle/bodybuilding) I just wanna get a little bit of muscle and abs wouldnt be bad seeing how my sis shows me pics of 13 year olds with abs and I just go O_O

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    A few months ago, I decided I wanted to lose weight cause I want to look more presentable to people (especially girls). I always wear long shirts, and baggy pants to try and make my thigh look more thinner, even though I wanna wear some less baggy jeans. Well I've cut down on a lot of McDonalds, chips, other junk etc. But the problem is, my parents (especially my grandpa) keeps buying all these junk food for me that cant be stored away (like ice cream and chips can last for quite a while, but I dont think McDonalds can). So In the end, I end up digging to the middle of a trash bin, and throwing it in there. I feel guilty like I'm throwing their money away, even though I told them I dont like to eat the stuff anymore. Should I eat a little of it, or should I just keep throwing food away if I want to lose weight?Also, I was wondering how "fatty" are these foodPasta in soup (not drinking the soup)Spaghetti in Tomato Sauce (not drinking tomato sauce)instant noodles (not drinking soup)

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