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Dear Dish-It, He Wants to Have Sex

Dear Dish-It,

I broke up with my boyfriend. I haven't talked to him in over 6 months. All of a sudden he calls me. I like him still, and he said he likes me, but then he tells me that he still has a girlfriend! Should I tell him how I feel?
T1102J

Dear T1102J,

No way, no how, girl! This boy is playing you. First off, you dropped him. So here's my blush - he's playin' you to get back at you. It's not too mature but even adults go lookin' for revenge when it comes to a broken heart. I know you think you still like him. And it's one thing to realize that you've made a big mistake... to realize that you miss your X. But, HELLO, he has a girlfriend. No matter how you slice it - he is playin' games. You do not need to get back together with Mr. HeadGames! Tell him to stop callin', already.

Dear Dish-It,

(Click here to read R.R.'s Dear Dish-It question.) Last year is last year but (R.R.) should think about now. I mean you could, like... ask your friend nicely to stop liking your X. Or you can get somebody to tell him that you still love him and you really, really, really, want to be with him. Okay, so try that!! Don't let your friend know either... until he says yes! Just come up with really good reasons and write it down on a piece of paper, and then give it to him when you get out of school or something ok!!
Corky

Dear Corky,

Nice job Corky. I'm sure R.R. will check these tips out. I would love to hear from more of you. Hit me back and let me know your take... even if you think I've tanked.

Dear Dish-It,

Hi. I want to know if Peter likes me or if we are just friends. One day he asked me to go to the movies (just as friends.) I have another question - there is this one boy named CJ and he keeps bothering me. Does that mean he likes me or is just playing around.
Thanx, PrincessT

Dear PrincessT,

Hey Princess, I told you I'd answer! Listen girl, it's always hard to know for sure when someone likes you... and it's even harder for me to know, cuz I can only work from what you guys fill me in on. Okay, did your boy Peter say something 'bout just bein' friends? If he didn't and you're just assuming, maybe playin' it safe... then, I'm think he's jonesin' for ya. But if he said anything about being great friends, or just friends, then he's already laid it all out. As for your boy CJ... ask any girl (any age,) when a boy is bugging you all the time, it means he's pulling a Bart "Look at, look at me, I'm Bart." Remember boys have a hard time saying "I like you," so they do strange things instead. But I'm confused, you like either of these boys or do you just living for the attention?

So, ya gotta burning question? Need some love directions? Thinking 'bout stuff like depression, sex,how ya feel 'bout YOURSELF (that's called "self-esteem"), boyfriends, girlfriends, losing old friends, bullying or peer pressure, but too scared to ask the parents? Don't be scared to Dish-It here. But 'member, if ya hang out in Chat with other Kidzworld members who know ya by your 'username', ya might wanna use a secret nickname when ya write in. That way no one'll ever know it's you. And, just in case ya don't know, Dish-It gets a lotta letters everyday, and she can't answer 'em all. So keep checking the column because she's probably answering something very similar to your question while you're out doing something else. K? And Thanks! Ya keep her outta trouble. Oh! And if ya've got words of wisdom you wanna share, We'll dish 'em up, too.

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astucieuse331 posted in Friends:
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ts01 posted in Friends:
im so sorry you girls feel that way.true friends are there, its just easier to find users because they are more plentiful. dont give up, you will find real friends eventually
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lolflowergirl posted in Friends:
i feel alone too
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kayme123 posted in Friends:
i know the feeling. but i got taken off a website instead of my friends. i can assure you they probably feel the same and are missing you, BUT its not worth dwelling over it. friends come and go without any choice in life and trust me, i lost the love of my life and my two of the best friends in the world. The thing is, you have to move on, because they wouldent want you feeling sad over them right? they'd want you to be the happy person you were when you were with them! for starters, i'll be your friend so your not scared to make some new ones. To be honest, i went through the exact same thing as you did and it DOES hurt very bad. But once you find some people that are willing to make you feel better, you know you've chosen the right friends again
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