unicorns_eat_children answered Sunday December 27 2009, 1:46 am: Yeah, I'm not going to give you bullcrap answers full of sappy things to say that would make you sound like you went on the computer and looked up "sweet things to make your girlfriend smile". Haaha! Tell her real things, how you're feeling and I know that's no fun so here...
"Hey Baby, How are you?" (Girls love telling what they're feeling)
"Hey Babe/Baby/Sweetie *tell her what you're doing* I love/miss (depending on how close ya'll are) you." (This will make her smile because you're letting her know something. It makes her feel good.)
"I miss you." (Girls love being missed.)
Just things like that. How are you? What are you doing?
amazingness answered Wednesday December 23 2009, 8:28 pm: Well the suggestions sia had were good. I also suggest adding terms of endearment. "Hey Sweetheart, Cuddlebug, Honey, Lovely, or even sexy would work good. It will certainly make your girl feel loved and cared for. GOOD LUCK!!! [ amazingness's advice column | Ask amazingness A Question ]
sia answered Wednesday December 23 2009, 6:10 pm: umm you could txt her stuff like
"im so into you"
"Cant stop thinking about how beautiful you are"
"you make me smile"
"your the reason i wake up every morning"
"i feel empty without you by my side will you make me full?"
"I need your help!ever since you left my heart hasnt been beating the same"(maybe alittle cheesy)
"dont ever leave me"
"whats your sexy ass upto?"
"so theres this really beautiful girl i really like.I saw her at (and put a place you guys met up)shes really gorgeous,left me thinking about her all day"
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