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Dear Dish-It,

Hi! I like this girl that was in my class last year. Every time I'm around her she is mean or she makes fun of me. Does she like me or think I'm an outcast? I think of her as the perfect girl. Please help me. Plz!
mUdd


Dear mUdd,

So, let's see if I understand you... every time you are near this girl from your class she makes fun of you? She's mean and calls you names but you think she's the perfect girl? Last time I checked the definition of perfect did not include the descriptives mean, rude or cruel - and that's exactly what this girl is (to you anyway.) Turn your gaze towards a different cutie cuz you're just in for major heartbreak with the "perfect girl."


Dear Dish-It,

I have been getting to know this guy. We are friends and we're thinking about becoming a couple. But I was at his house yesterday and his ex-girlfriend (my friend) was there and he was flirting with her and she was flirting with him. She knows her ex-boyfriend & I are "involved." What do I do?
PrettyKitty9988


Dear PrettyKitty9988,

It sounds like it's not just your girlfriend that you have to worry about but also this hottie you are looking to hook up with. If you and he have been thinking about becoming a couple, then why is he flirting with his ex? I would definitely talk to this guy and decide whether you are both on the same page when it comes to dating one another. Cuz it seems to me that he's still interested in the last chapter of his dating history.


Dear Dish-It,

I like this girl but I have a girlfriend already. I hardly see my girl and we hardly talk. Should I dump her and date the other girl? If so, what should I say to the other girl to make her like me? Also how should I dump my girlfriend?
prchulo


Dear prchulo,

If you are considering making a move on a girl other than your girlfriend, then please do your girl the courtesy of breaking up with her first. The last thing a girl needs is to find out that her boyfriend is making goo-goo eyes at someone else behind her back. She might be upset but she will deal a lot better if you just tell her what's up. Tell her that you don't think things are working since you hardly see one another and you think it would be best if you just moved on. You don't have to tell her that you really just wanna dump her to get with someone else. That's just being unusually cruel. As for the new girl, why not try using the moves that you used on your current GF? It worked on her, so why not stick with that tried, tested and true formula?


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