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Dear Dish-It, Help! It's Valentine's Day

Dear Dish-It,

Okay, Valentine's Day is coming up... oh yeah, I'm just 12... Anyway, what do you get a boy for Valentine's... a boy that you really like?????
Markey


Dear Markey,

That all depends... does he like you too? I mean is this your boy or someone you're crushin' on. Cuz if he's your boy, get him something special, something that shows you listen to him and ya hear what it is he's into. You don't have to spend a ton of money... just think of him and you'll be all inspired. If your boy's into comics (they're not just for kids!) like X-men or Batman Beyond, go to the comic shop and drop some dosh ($$$) on a special edition or collectible. If your boy is into warpin', mixin' and scratchin', hook him up with a cool industry rag (not just one, get him a subscription for the year.) Maybe your dude is all 'bout the board... pick him up a boardin' gift. The point is, anyone can buy flowers but your real feelin's will show when you buy a gift that's all 'bout them.


But, if this boy is someone you're crushin' on, I think it's too early for gifts. But, it does pose the perfect op to ask him out. Your money's better spent on a flick than any present.


Dear Dish-It,

Hello, my mate has asked me to ask you this! There is this lad she likes and she won't shut up about him! I asked him what is his top 5 and he said that my mate is number 2 and she is dead chuffed. But he said, he won't go out with her cuz she thinks that he doesn't like her... he won't tell me if he does or not! What do I tell him... to go out with her, cuz you can tell he likes her and he is always lookin' at her. I think that it is really funny! She has told me to ask you what should she do to get him to go out with her? Cuz Valentine's Day is comin' up and she is sendin' him a rose and a card!! She is madly in love with him. What should she do?
Curly_Colly


Dear Dish-It,

There is this lad I like in school. He is dead nice, but he likes my friend. I sent him a rose for Valentine's day and he is sending me 1. Do you think he likes me cuz I don't wanna ask him out in case he says NO! I really like him. Should I ask him out or not?
Love From Curly


Dear Curly_Colly,

Okay girl, first I gotta translate... Your girlfriend said, check it out with Dish-It, what should I do? The guy tells you he likes her but he won't ask her out. And she likes him, right? What does chuffed mean? (I use to live in London, but I swear I don't know that one.) Anyway, it sounds like they both think the other is pretty lush. If I've got this right, then tell your mate, to ask him out before she gives him a card or flowers. Then she can send the goodies after they go out. Tell your "mate" good luck!


As for your second question. It sounds like this boy is interested or he wouldn't be sending you a rose. I say go for it girl... and if he does say no, it's not the end of the world... and it certainly doesn't mean there is anything wrong with you. The timing might be bad. Who knows. Like I keep telling you guys, life is short, so don't waste time with "what ifs." Don't let your fears rule you or stop you from trying something new. Cuz if you don't ask, I can promise you, you won't get what you want. How 'bout these for "what ifs?" What if he says YES! What if you succeed? What if you get what you want?


Dear Dish-It,

Hi! My boyfriend won't talk to me. My friends asked him if he was going to get me anything for Valentine's day and he said that he does not have time for me. HELP ME DISH!!!!!!!!!!!
Kat


Dear Kat,

Any hotties on the radar? Cuz bad news girl, I think you're dating yourself. You say he won't talk to you and he's told your friends he doesn't have time for you. Take the hint girl, he's not your boyfriend. Somewhere along the way, he dumped you. It sounds like he's a total coward and didn't bother to let you know (which makes him a total butt-head too.) It's Valentine's... brush yourself off and find some new talent... talent that will treat you proper. You don't need to be botherin' with Mr. No-Show. Besides, when he sees you're busy elsewhere, he might come runnin' back. Not that you should want him back. You deserve better girl, so go have some fun.


Dear Dish-It,

I've been with this boy for 6 months now and Valentine's Day is coming. The thing about it is, I was taught to buy only a card for the boy I go out with but I want to get him something other than a card. What should I do?
alltalk


Dear alltalk,

So what's the problem? Go for it. Buy him something special but don't go all crazy with the money. Just remember, if you buy him something that's all about him and the things he grooves on... he'll love it, and you. Happy V-Day girl!


Dear Dish-It,

I got to get a good present for my g/f and I don't know what to give her. Please give me some good ideas of what to get her. What would you want?
Cody


Dear Cody (and all you boys out there,),

Walk to Remember


Other Great Gifts Ideas,

Jewellery


Picture


So, ya gotta burnin' question? Need some love directions? Thinkin' 'bout stuff like depression, sex,how ya feel 'bout YOURSELF (that's called "self-esteem"), boyfriends, girlfriends, losin' old friends, bullyin' or peer pressure, but too scared to ask the parents? Don't be scared to .


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