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Has my time finally come? (50)


1 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-03-06 08:25 ID:x93HASMp

Hello fellow anon, I've an interesting story to tell.

I'm a college sophomore, going for a BS in Electrical Engineering. In short, I have way too much school and not much in the ways of free time. Whatever free time I do have I devote to work and extracurricular activities (anime club, kendo, gaming, tutoring, etc.) And I like to help with certain events, like a big science competition between middle and high school kids.

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41 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-03-13 13:02 ID:CldzCcrk

jewelry is a little ehh this early on, if you do do it, certailny nothing expensive
flowers or a teddy bear or something would be better imho

42 Name: benson_2009 : 2006-03-13 14:33 ID:/LHMFbhH

well yeah not too expensive but like those nice looking normal ones, not those expensive ones with jewelrys on it. but flowers or teddy bear is also a good choice!

hmm that reminds me i bought a christmas present to a girl i met on the net and i gave her a bracelet.. she likes it alot ^^

43 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-03-20 06:13 ID:x93HASMp

Hello, this is denki (an appropriate title for me). I should have expected this, but I think I'm getting the friend treatment here. Tonight we talked, and we got on the subject, and she said outright that shes not looking for a relationship, just as she said on day one. I admit I am quite dissapointed, but all hope is not lost. I should have expected this anyways, but our relationship is so new....shes all for dating and hanging out and talking, but she's not for the relationship at this point. Luckily, its not exlusively for me, shes consistent with the other guys shes been dating. Complicated things have become....what dissapoints me most is that there is mutual attraction and shes sees the potential, but shes worried since shes going away to college, despite the fact that its only an hour away....I suppose I'll continue to pursue things as they are. I said that I think its too early to call it either way, and she agreed. Things could change significantly in the next 3 or 4 months....

44 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-03-20 14:37 ID:6s6J5mqK

Denki, at least she let you take her out to dinner. That might mean you're special, right? Maybe she wants a relationship but isn't totally sure because she doesn't know you...I wouldn't jump straight into a relationship either without getting to know the other person better. Just wait.

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45 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-03-20 15:00 ID:zGGxcpzD

"I said that I think its too early to call it either way, and she agreed."

It's great that you've got the courage to say those kinds of things to her, instead of just passively accepting friendzone. If you seem confident, it'll be easier to win her over. Good luck denki!

46 Name: benson_2009 : 2006-03-20 16:13 ID:jUVLAjPW

wow Denki! i dont think she will let you take her for for dinner if it was just friends!~ just dont give up any hope! i reckon you should wait and see what happens later, like you said things could change in the next 3-4 months! i agree with >>44 let her know you more and maybe she might want a relationship with you! you never know!! Wish you all the best Denki!! ^^

47 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-03-20 19:11 ID:TtV2BEoH

You may be in luck. Seems to me she's holding auditions for prospective boyfriends...and you're one of the candidates. It's time to show off those pecs, brutha'! Polish those washboard abs!

48 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-03-21 00:55 ID:x93HASMp

She revealed something very interesting today, which explains her lack of desire to commit. She said she was very naive when she was 16 and dated a 20 year old who took advantage of her. Then she got into some trouble with some guy at the college she'll be going to, conflicts and such. And she stopped dating a 3 year old friend of hers. So I guess that leaves just me, but I think she doesn't want to commit because of her troubles in the past. She says I'm more naive than her, instead of the other way around, so she thinks its cool. It doesn't help I'm the same age as the one who hurt her in the past, I think she fears that but she has observed many times I'm not like most guys, in a hopefully good way. Thanks for the advice and input everyone. -電気男

49 Name: benson_2009 : 2006-03-21 01:29 ID:jUVLAjPW

wow!! my advice now is dont rush things, she may need more time to commit because of her previouse troubles. maybe she will see you different from her previouse guys that she have met!~

50 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-03-21 03:07 ID:Heaven

>>48
she sounds like a large bag'o'drama, imho