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

I'm pretty popular at school and my GF's not. I'm not trying to sound like a jerk but I'm the best boyfriend she'll ever have! Back to Article

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gothicgirl
gothicgirl wrote:
2010-11-30 06:43:19 -0800

Look, just because your popular does NOT mean your the best bf she'll ever have. You are sounding pretty "stuck up" about yourself. She may find someone who is more like her. So HE may be the BEST bf she will ever have. Ever thought about that? 10 to 1 that will happen. Remember just because you're "POPULAR" does not mean you're the BEST bf someone will ever have.

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Would You Date Someone Out of Pity?

  • I might if I felt really sorry for them.
  • Maybe if I thought my BFF needed a boost of confidence.
  • I could never date someone out of pity - that's cruel.
  • No - as long as I can get a date, I don't care about other peeps.

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