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Simon's Blog - August 22, 2006

August 22, 2006

So, I've had a couple of painful weeks figuring out my dating dilemna with Vanessa - my boss' daughter. I really wanted to ask her out because she's a big time hottie, is super cool and she really likes me. I asked you guys whether I should ask her out and most of of you thought I should, even though her dad is totally nuts and could cause me a great deal of physical pain. Iguanagirl95 said, "I think you should ask for permission from her dad, before you ask her out. But I also think you should ask her out even if he says NO!!!" I appreciate your help Iguanagirl95 - but what's the point in talking to her dad if I'm just going to ask her out anyway?

I really liked the advice from vegetariansrock. She said, "I think you totally should ask her out. If she likes you and you like her there's nothing her dad can do about it." So, that's what I did. I asked Vanessa out for a bike ride with me - but told her not to say anything to her dad. Vanessa seemed cool with that, but now I wonder if I look kind of like a wimp because I'm scared of her dad. - does that make me look wimpy?

Anyway, summer is just about over and we may not end up going out for that long because we go to different schools. But I guess we'll see what happens. At the very least, we'll enjoy the rest of the summer and I'll avoid any beatings or nasty confrontations with her dad.

How's your summer going? Are you bummed it's almost over? Or looking forward to going back to school?

Later,
Simon

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