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Dear Dish-It, I'm the Best My GF Will Ever Have


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Dear Dish-It,

Ok, I met this girl this year that totally rocks! She is the coolest girl ever (we're 15.) We started going out a few months ago and I'm encountering some problems. First of all, I feel under-appreciated. I'm pretty popular at school and well... she's not (which I don't care and don't rub in her face, I even deny I'm popular.) I'm not trying to sound like a jerk but I'm the best boyfriend she'll ever have! She acts kind of mean to me, really. Second...SHE WON'T KISS ME! I ask her why and she gets mad. Thirdly, anywhere we go her mommy has to tag along! We're almost driving and her mommy is sitting in the movies with us... very ANNOYING! What do I do? Dump her?
bookerTfan


Dear bookerTfan,

Wow, you're right - your GF really has snagged the ultimate boyfriend. It's not everyday a girl can find a guy willing to lower his standards to date her. Can you sense my sarcasm here? First you say how awesome your girl is and then go on to rant about how she doesn't appreciate how popular you are. If she's such a cool girl, why are you still dwelling on her level of popularity? You say it doesn't bother you, but that's the first thing you focused on in your letter. If you want to make it work with this girl I think you have to sit down and talk about what's working and what's not. Leave out the part about how you're the best BF she'll ever have though - otherwise your dilemma of whether to dump her or not will be solved when she breaks up with you right then and there.


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