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Dear Dish-It: He Won't Leave Me Alone!

There's this boy in my class I used to have a crush on. Then, I found out he's a jerk! I moved on to a boy that treats me well. Back to Article

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Bluedude105
Bluedude105 wrote:
2014-01-01 19:04:53 -0800

Slap him lol

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Kahalisia
Kahalisia wrote:
2014-01-01 19:03:29 -0800

lol

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Kahalisia
Kahalisia wrote:
2014-01-01 19:03:22 -0800

woah he sounds like a stalker O.o

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sweetjaja21
sweetjaja21 wrote:
2012-10-09 21:39:44 -0700

xD i remember when this dude in my class wouldnt leave me alone. i was taken so i slapped him Big Grin

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RainbowRunswithscissors
RainbowRunswithscissors wrote:
2012-03-18 17:31:26 -0700

poll: actually, none. It depends on how jerkish he was. If it was something like um... trying to impress me in a selfish way or something idk, i would take him back. I'm not really in CARE of the fact that anyone says sorry to me. I'm not that mushy to care when somebody does or doesn't say sorry. o3o so, yeah!

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Poll-1

Do Jerks Deserve a Second Chance?

  • No! Once a jerk, always a jerk.
  • Only if they're sorry for the way they acted.
  • No, they shouldn't have been jerks to begin with.
  • Yes! Everyone makes mistakes and deserves a second chance.

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jordand08
jordand08 posted in Friends:
"-Karpov-" wrote:I think jealousy would be if she were angry at you for being considered better than her. It sounds more like she's just disappointed, but it's impossible for you to know if you don't ask.  I agree here.
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-Karpov-
-Karpov- posted in Friends:
I think jealousy would be if she were angry at you for being considered better than her. It sounds more like she's just disappointed, but it's impossible for you to know if you don't ask. 
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B-who-u-r-and-SING
My best friend and I were really close before and hung out all the time, we were both in musicals and both got smaller parts, and if one of us got a bigger part, it was her. Then she took voice lessons with an amazing voice teacher and got a little better, she took lessons for about two weeks and then I decided to take lessons too. After about three weeks people were saying that I was an amazing singer and all of the sudden my maybe-best-friend hardly talks to me. She always seems really sad. (Keep in mind that my friend can't sing well) I don't know if she is jealous or what, and please don't think that i'm conceited by thinking she might be jealous I am just wondering. Please help!
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kaykay2002
"CocoC01" wrote: Sometimes things are n`t fair in life. Maybe you can try to find your cousin`s weakness or try your best to get along with her. After all, your cousin is still young. Grandparents tend to show more love to the younger ones because they are young and innocent.You`re 11 now, your grandmother might think that you`re more mature than your cousin: able to do whatever you want, able to make the right decision. Try to impress your grandmother with something that you`re good at ( I mean in the positive way) like joining debate/dancing/singing competitions--> try your best to achieve something and make them proud of you.   thanks but even when I was 5 6 and 7 she played favorites. I almost always get along with my cousin but sometimes I burst. my grandma always somehow finds out what I want and gives it my cousin and if my parents are around she treats us equally and that is another thing that makes me mad is she acts like the best grandma in front of my parents but the second they are gone she is a different person
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CocoC01
CocoC01 posted in Family Issues:
Sometimes things are n`t fair in life. Maybe you can try to find your cousin`s weakness or try your best to get along with her. After all, your cousin is still young. Grandparents tend to show more love to the younger ones because they are young and innocent.You`re 11 now, your grandmother might think that you`re more mature than your cousin: able to do whatever you want, able to make the right decision. Try to impress your grandmother with something that you`re good at ( I mean in the positive way) like joining debate/dancing/singing competitions--> try your best to achieve something and make them proud of you.
reply about 10 hours