#1
ok so there was this chick last year that i went out with in school and we went out for about two weeks and at the time i didnt show her who i really was.and i still got the hots for her.of course she says she just wants to be friends.but i need some advice on how to show her.back then i was stupid new to the school and didnt really know anybody i acted stupid but now im a whole lot cooler i play guitar good listen to cooler music and dont really give a da** what most people think.so anybody got any ideas on what i should do like i said im a much cooler down to earth guy now than i was then.please help.
#4
Quote by slash457
ok so there was this chick last year that i went out with in school



OUT with IN school?

That sentance is crap.
#6
Prepare for a bombardment of "Relationship thread plz /thread".

Just talk to her as a friend. Let her see your side now - people change in short spaces of time. If she carries on blanking you, she's not worth it.
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#7
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Do a barrel roll.


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Stage some kind of meet-up. You know, the whole "Oh, it's you. Nice to see you/How've you been?" thing. Engage in conversation and reveal the new you
#8
WHat is it exactly that you didn't show her?
I mean, if its playing guitar, get in a band and invite her to gigs. She's still your friend isn't she? don't push her too much if you want more than that.
#9
Dude. I'm sorry but I think you should focus more on English class for now.
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#10
The Dixie Chicks are a country/rock music trio from the United States comprising Emily Robison, Martie Maguire and Natalie Maines. They are the highest-selling female band in any musical genre, having sold 36 million albums as of June 2006.[1]

The group formed in 1989 in Dallas, Texas. After years of struggle and personnel changes, the Dixie Chicks achieved massive country and pop success starting in the late 1990s with hit songs such as "Wide Open Spaces", "Cowboy Take Me Away", and "Long Time Gone". The women became well-known for their lively persona, instrumental virtuosity, soaring ballads, fashion sense and outspoken political comments. As of 2007, they had won 12 Grammy Awards.

Ten days before the 2003 invasion of Iraq, lead vocalist Natalie Maines publicly criticized U.S. President George W. Bush. The ensuing controversy cost the group half of their concert audience attendance in the United States[2] as chronicled in the 2006 documentary Dixie Chicks: Shut Up and Sing.

At the 49th Grammy Awards Show in 2007, 'the Chicks' - as they are informally known - won all five categories for which they were nominated, including the coveted Song of the Year, Record of the Year, and Album of the Year, in a vote that Maines interpreted as being, at least in part, a statement for free speech.[3]


Does that help?
#11
...Tell her that you were really nervous in the last relationship because you kept trying to impress her and therefor not letting her see the real you. Then tell her that you still like her and you really want to go out with her again. Then finish up by saying something like "I've changed alot, and I really feel more comfortable showing you who I really am now"
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#13
Just take off your shirt in front of her. I posted the same answer in another thread just like this one. Taking off shirt=win.
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#14
saying your cool= extremely uncool
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#15
the pits gotten back to normal


dude do the same thing you did in the first place to get the poon tang
#16
i swear to god, today's youth is so impatient...

if you're her friend and you show her that you're a much cooler guy, eventually she'll start to like you again. it's that simple.

i apologize that this isn't your 12 items or less express lane or your 3 course frozen dinner meal that heats in only 3 minutes or less.

have some fricken patience, if she liked you when you were a geek, give her some time and she'll like you again...
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#19
well why did she break up with you, if she wasnt like into you then she never will be and you got to just move on, 2 weeks is a damn short relationship, i wouldnt even count it one
#20
Quote by slash457
now im a whole lot cooler i play guitar good listen to cooler music and dont really give a da** what most people think.


lol you're soooo cool



So what constitutes as 'cooler music' these days?
#21
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well why did she break up with you


Probably because they went out in school. A school is a crappy place for a date.
#23
no she broke up with me because of some dick she still liked.and i would have taken her actually out had the thing not lasted 2 weeks.
#24
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OUT with IN school?

That sentance is crap.


Correction - That sentence was crap.
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#25
Quote by slash457
no she broke up with me because of some dick she still liked.and i would have taken her actually out had the thing not lasted 2 weeks.


well that was b**** move so if i were move on and get a quality girl, you'll thank me one day, girls like that just arnt worth your time
#26
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Correction - That sentence was crap.


The sentence is still there, and it's still crap.
#27
Quote by slash457
no she broke up with me because of some dick she still liked.and i would have taken her actually out had the thing not lasted 2 weeks.


Wait, so you seriously only hung out in school? I was being sarcastic. That's hilarious.
#28
grow a pair and move on..
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#29
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Do a barrel roll.


hahah that makes me lol everytime I see someone suggest that, it doesn't get old.
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#30
Show her what the real world is like, bring her to the pit.


Wait, she may hate men forever
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#31
Quote by slash457
ok so there was this chick last year that i went out with in school and we went out for about two weeks and at the time i didnt show her who i really was.and i still got the hots for her.of course she says she just wants to be friends.but i need some advice on how to show her.back then i was stupid new to the school and didnt really know anybody i acted stupid but now im a whole lot cooler i play guitar good listen to cooler music and dont really give a da** what most people think .so anybody got any ideas on what i should do like i said im a much cooler down to earth guy now than i was then.please help.


Well talk to her, but listening to "GOOD" music and playing guitar good won't get you anywhere.
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#32
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Dude. I'm sorry but I think you should focus more on English class for now.



Someone used that on me also.
#33
Quote by slash457
dont really give a da** what most people think.

So why do you care what she thinks? Either give up and move on or just keep hanging out with her, she'll get to know the "new" you eventually.

Although, in my experience, it's quite possible for a person to look like they changed, but deep down they're really the same.
#34
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The Dixie Chicks are a country/rock music trio from the United States comprising Emily Robison, Martie Maguire and Natalie Maines. They are the highest-selling female band in any musical genre, having sold 36 million albums as of June 2006.[1]

The group formed in 1989 in Dallas, Texas. After years of struggle and personnel changes, the Dixie Chicks achieved massive country and pop success starting in the late 1990s with hit songs such as "Wide Open Spaces", "Cowboy Take Me Away", and "Long Time Gone". The women became well-known for their lively persona, instrumental virtuosity, soaring ballads, fashion sense and outspoken political comments. As of 2007, they had won 12 Grammy Awards.

Ten days before the 2003 invasion of Iraq, lead vocalist Natalie Maines publicly criticized U.S. President George W. Bush. The ensuing controversy cost the group half of their concert audience attendance in the United States[2] as chronicled in the 2006 documentary Dixie Chicks: Shut Up and Sing.

At the 49th Grammy Awards Show in 2007, 'the Chicks' - as they are informally known - won all five categories for which they were nominated, including the coveted Song of the Year, Record of the Year, and Album of the Year, in a vote that Maines interpreted as being, at least in part, a statement for free speech.[3]


Does that help?


Actually... no. Not at all.
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#35
Relationship thread plz! =D

saying you listen to cool music contradicts the idea that you dont give a d*m about what other people think because cool or uncool is usually started by the mass opinion of others.

cool is not a cool word
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