Hey my name is J.B. I am 17 year old male and I really like these two girls at my school. I have asked one out several times but she is always busy. The other girl is not dating anyone else and is also (in my oppinion) the most beautiful girl in school. Im not sure she even notices me. I need some help.
P.S. I love to write poetry and i have used her as inspiration a time or two.
chaos answered Monday January 31 2005, 9:05 am: All right, forget Miss Busy for sure. Why don't you make a card for the girl you have a crush on with one of your poems on it? You will at least know if she appreciates your poetry. And she will have to say something. Whether its good or bad, remember you at least tried. [ chaos's advice column | Ask chaos A Question ]
Manulo answered Monday January 31 2005, 1:50 am: First of all find out which one of these girls can you see yourself with for the long run. Good advice for you is to get to know them. Start being their friends. Get to know each of them so you know what type of girls they really are. Make them laugh with silly jokes or your outgoing personality. If you can make a girl laugh she will always find a way to talk to you because you would be someone that they'd want to talk to. Use your poetry. Act like your not interested in them but you want their opinion from them about your poems and let them know that you are thinking about giving it to another girl. This way they get to know what kind of guy you are and you would be able to tell which girl is more sensitive and can treat you right. The less you seem interested the more they will want to get to know you more and they'll share more with you. [ Manulo's advice column | Ask Manulo A Question ]
BooDog answered Monday January 31 2005, 12:44 am: I definitely say that you need to completely forget about the girl who's "always busy". This is a method girls (and guys) use to say no, but don't want you to feel rejected. She's probably wishing that you would quit asking her out.
And if she's really always busy, she would say something like "I can't go out this Saturday night, but I'd love to go out next weekend." i.e. She would say something to let you know that she was interested, too.
If you're not sure that the most beautiful girl in school notices you, then you got one choice; MAKE her notice you. Do whatever it takes to make yourself stand out from all the other seventeen-year old boys. If poetry makes you stand out, then dammit, use poetry. ;-)
MissEmmyBoo answered Sunday January 30 2005, 11:54 pm: Well you definitely need start up a convo with this chick! :) Just go up to her and be like "Hey, what's up? You're really hot." Girls LOVE that, lol. And just get to know her and tell her exactly how you feel, and share some of the sweet poems you wrote about her!!
*Hope I helped!*
-Good Luck darlin!
***Emily [ MissEmmyBoo's advice column | Ask MissEmmyBoo A Question ]
Brookish answered Sunday January 30 2005, 11:21 pm: I think you should go with which girl really makes you feel like you can be yourself! and just remember you might not think she is looking at you but just go up to her anyways she might just be like you and thinking you dont see her? [ Brookish's advice column | Ask Brookish A Question ]
Teza answered Sunday January 30 2005, 11:01 pm: aw well girls like poetry so you shuld write one for her and if 1 girl is always busy then go for the other 1 dont be shy because some girls dont really like shy guys so guys start conversations with her and talk to her at sckool ! goOd luCk budDie ! [ Teza's advice column | Ask Teza A Question ]
angieroonie answered Sunday January 30 2005, 10:56 pm: OMG girls love poetry! forget the one you've asked before because if she really liked you she would have made time for you. give the other girl a poem. put it in her locker or something... then if she likes you too... well the ball is in her court.
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