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  • @Ky:

    See, the thing is, I've never been in this type of situation before. So, just keep that in mind.

    Now, he's soulmate perfect? Personally, I doubt that. The more serious the relationship becomes, the more secrets end up spilling, if you know what I mean. So, be careful with your heart: you might not know him the waay you think you do. Just a forewarning, do what you will with the information.

    Sec ond, you're not the only one afraid of commitment. Now, if I were to guess, your age is most prbably between 13 and 16, am I correct? If so, it's okay to wait: if he's trying to push a serious relationship onto you, just relax. You don't have to go through with it, since BOTH of you have to agree if you want to move the relationship to the next level.

    So, try to keep things where they are now. Or, if you're the open relationship type, tell him. Over IM, FB, I don't know, as long as you make the message clear. Surprises would not be very welcome in this situation.

    I don't know what to tell you, but in my opinion, distance relationships don't tend to work out. Especially when you're a teenager. If you want to keep him, don't break up with him, but don't say I didn't warn you if something relatively bad happens.

    So, my advice? Relax and enjoy the ride! If it gets to bumpy or too serious, just slow it down: plain and simple.

    Come back if you have anymore trouble, I'd be happy to give my opinion on the subject.

    -Nikki; )

    Nikki_Knox
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  • @Sonic:

    I see what you mean. I have that too: you jsut wanna make friends, but the sis doesn't like it? In my personal opinion, your sister might feel threatened by you: not many people like to share their friends, least of all with their siblings.

    I know it must hurt you to watch all your friends leave, but don't think of it as because of you: true friends wouldn't leave because of another. A true friend will accept you for who you are and what you represent, no matter what that may be.

    My advice? Don't change yourself. Being someone you're not will not help. Instead, think before you type. I know we live in a fast world where people think fast and do everything quickly, but sometimes, taking a little extra time can aave you a whole lot of trouble. Before writing something or making a joke that I'm sure would be funny, think: Will this offend one of the readers? Will this hurt or annoy my friends?

    Also, I suggest you don't go around your sister's friends, at least when she's around. It tends to make hem all uncomfortable: instead, chill with them online when they aren't their. hen, they won't have anything to hide.

    You hang in there: things will ge better. They always do. Just think before you act and slow down a little, relax. Think positiive also, it brightens up any mood or attitude.

    And even if you do lose a few friends along the way, you have GTQ too. And, most importantly, you have family. And real life. Don't feel bad about what happens online, it doesn't matter nearly as much as what's happening in your reality. Be yourself, think before acting and appreciate what you have. Don't foreget to think positive.

    -Nikki ;)

    Nikki_Knox
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  • Whoo boy. A guy is posting here. I'm betting this a first...

    I was in a long distance relationship for 2 years with a girl who was 2 1/2 years younger than me. Halfway through the second year, I experienced a mental breakdown and ended up in a mental hospital. My Girlfriend stuck with me throughout that time, and continued to for the end of the year, only to leave me in the spring, claiming that she couldn't go on being unable to interact with me physically (which was putting a strain on our relationship, a cloud of sorrow, so-to-speak. However, I always felt something when I was chatting with her... But then again, I feel that way whenever I'm vulnerable )

    She unfriended me on skype and didn't contact me throughout the summer. In late fall, she Contacted me through skype again. She had a boyfriend, and she claimed her life was going alright, and we talked for a while, but then she stopped talking again for no reason whatsoever.

    I sent her a message in November, and Her life was falling apart. She's always been... different, and she changed. Her boyfriend and her were arguing, and she was contemplating suicide... I ended up staying up from 10 pm to 2 am talking her out of it, and at about 11:58pm that night she was so bad and I was so foolishly worried I ended up blurting that I loved her and couldn't stand to lose her.... I'm confused, because she acts like she wants to date me again... I'm also confused because I was dating her for a while, and I just found out she's actually not heterosexual. I mean... I guess I'm okay with it, but she's a pansexual... I mean.. I'm kind of weirded out by the fact she's dated like 10 people in the time I've dated none.

    Jcmauch
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  • @Jack:

    Sorry, but I can't really tell you what to say. To each his own. But, here's a little help, for starters:

    I'm absolutely sure you've heard this before, but be yourself! The thing is, a lot of people, maybe even you, slip under the radar. Meaning, that you might go unnoticed. So, be yourself, but exagerate: speak up, let people see you, socialize more often. Don't try to go unnoticed.

    Secon d, defend her: if she's in a fight, being told off or people are trashing her, then defend her. This will always be appreciated, and will also leave a good impression on her.

    Another thing: compliments! Whether it's "I like what you're wearing" to "How are you so smart?", all compliments help fuel a girl's ego. Always, no exceptions. So, pay her a few compliments once in a while, it will help your case.

    Hmm... what to say? I think I've helped you al I could at the moment. If you really like this girl, and are willing to go the whole nine yards, then you could always draw her a picture, if you're a n artist. Write er a poem, if you're good at that. Or, be mysterious: every girl likes that. Leave a little flower (a rose, maybe) in her locker with a little note. Be chivalrous, that works miracles.

    It's the little things like these that can go a long way. But, remember: if she really, truly doesn't like you, then there isn't much you can do. So, you be the judge: either keep going after her, or let her go. Either way, there's plenty of other fist in the sea, so if you fail, you'll just bounce back.

    Good luck with the girl :)
    -Nikki ;)

    Nikki_Knox
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  • @Cello:

    Yeah, I see how this can be bothersome. For me, I'm basically in the role of your sister. But, for you: is your sister very outgoing, alluring, interesting or charming? If that is the case, then it makes sense that she may get along better with everyone, not just your friends.

    I know, that doesn't really help, but this might: when with your friends, try to limit the time you guys are around your sister. That way, they stick with you for most of the time, unless they ask to see her. Under those circumstances, you let them, but you make sure you're socializing as well.

    Your second option? Let her in! It's a great form of sisterly bonding, and if all of you can be friends, then that's great. I understand why you feel threatened, though. But there's one thing you have to remember: your friends are not under your possesion. They can do as they wish. So, if they choose your sister over you, then they weren't very good friends to begin with.

    Also, when around them: forget about your fears and insecurities, just be yourself! If you can be yourself around anyone, it's your friends, though and through. Tell them about this, too. Not the threatened part, but the lonely part. How you just don't feel and sociable as you used to be. In my opinion, a friend is the best pick-me-up you can ask for.

    I understand whay you wouldn't share much with your family: it makes sense, no need to change it. Family doesn't always tend to understand. THough, you should tell your sister about this. As a sister, and if she's a good sister, she won't tell your friends: it's better to let her know, so she can include you.

    Don't feel embarassed or depressed: everyone goes through this. Just be yourself, speak up and you'll be fine.

    -NIkki ;)

    Nikki_Knox
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  • @Luv:

    Well, really, it all depends on you. You need to remember that forever is a long time and if you ever get bored, then you should come here...if you're in the mood of course.

    But, don't let one site rule your life: if you have limited innternet time, try to discover other websites. Examples of websites that could distract you, other then GTQ:

    -Youtube
    - FmyLife
    -I-Am-Bore d
    -DeviantART
    -Fa cebook

    There are plenty more, discover them for yourself and make your time on the internet worthwhile. If you aren't enjoying yourself here anymore, then leave. Simple as that.

    But, if you ever feel like taking a new quiz, chatting in the Forums or making a poll out of boredom, you will always be welcomed here. Don't let other Users hold you back... even if it's me.

    Good luck, book buddy!
    -Nikki ;)

    Nikki_Knox
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  • @Nicole:

    I feel really, eally happy that you're coming to me for advice...makes me feel special! And also, I'm happy that I'm helping...if that makes sense. And it's perfectly fine with me that you come to this quiz: I check almost everyday, and it's nice to see people commenting.

    Now about your friend...

    Your friend just got adopted today/yesterday? Hmm. Well, this is my take on it:

    You saying "Hey Mom" must have triggered something within her: raw emotion. If, she had indeed known her parents, you having a real mom must make her feel horrible, and you saying "Hey Mom" might have reminded her that she didn't have real parents and her home is now with stranger and/or 'fake' parents.

    If, she had never known her parents from the beginning, then her being adopted might have either left her very happy or depressed. This is because she would have never known the love of her real parents and longs for it, whereas, you saying "Hey Mom" might have reminded her that she will never have that: a real Mom.

    Seems to me like your friend has a lot of bottled up emotions from having to be adopted and is having trouble dealing with it. You saying "Hey Mom" has to have triggered something: she couldn't bottle it all up anymore, it forced her to go loose.

    Now, please don't feel guilty: it wasn't at all your fault. It's not like you could have known or avoided it.

    My advice? Now that you have a bit of an understanding of what's happening, try and get her to open up. Sit there with her, comfort her and tell her, "it's okay to vent. I'm here, and I want to listen. You can tell me what's bothering you, I only want to help you. You're my friend, and this is hurting me too." or at least, something along those lines.

    Give her time: pushing her too hard will just make her close up even more, it's up to her. This is a very hard time in her life and the best yo

    Nikki_Knox
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  • @Lil:

    You know what? I see exactly what you mean. I'm basically in the same position as you now, so an answer is not exactly what I can give you. To each his own. Sometimes, I wish Summer could last 30 days longer, or if I could at least pause my day for things to slow down.

    Here''s what I have to say: live in the moment. I know: easier said then done. But, the thing is, the future can wait. Nothing is so urgent that it will ruin everything if you stop thinking about it. Look around you, take everything in. The only thing constant in life is change: either live with it, or live alongside it. Though life won't always wait for you, you can set your own pace. The future is called the future for one big reason: it's afterwards. And when you get to the point where the future is NOW, then there's another future to worry about. Best I can say? Stop worrying! THink about what's happening here and now, it matters more than then what'll happen later on.

    Find a balance. You sound like me: not sure about the future or what you'll end up being or doing. School is important: it'll open a lot of doors. So, find a balance between socializing and working. School is just plain hard for some people, so make some study time: 25 minutes to an hour, whatever works best for you.

    I can see that you're not ready for a lot of things. But you know what? Sometimes, it's not about being ready or prepared. Sometimes, it's just about going with the flow, rolling with the punches. Life won't stop, and neither can you. Just... move on. Keep up with what's happening and forge the future. Forget the insecurities and the worries, forget the anxiety and the regrets. Think...positive. It really does work.

    Hope I helped.
    -Nikki ;)

    Nikki_Knox
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  • @Lil:

    Woahhhh chill! I have a life and school: sorry if I couldn't get back to you right away.

    First of all, remember this: ALL guys are really perverted. I know, it might not seem that way, but trust me: they are. I know from experience (no, I'm not a guy, but most of my buds are). Consider yourself lucky to be liking a truthful guy that lets his true colors show. At least he's honest, and you know what you're getting into.

    Second, your dreams are influenced by your thoughts and emotions. The reason you think of him as the bad guy in your dreams is most probably because of the way your friends describe him, since most people are very easily influenced by the opinions of their friends. Of course, I could very wrong, but this is just an educated guess.

    Now, in my opinion, you should give him a chance. Forget what your friends say: if you like him, you like him. Might as well let your hear speak out.

    The thing is, if he rwally IS a not-so-good guy, treats you adly, doesn't like you much, etc. then forget it. No offense, but it won't be worth it if one of the alreadt mentioned applies.

    Persona lly, Matt doesn't sound like such a bad guy. Go for it!

    -Nikki;)

    Nikki_Knox
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  • @Lunatic:
    Oh, that really sucks.

    Well, I get that too, but I nned to know: is it like a giant knot? In that case:

    -Lather conditioner: crazily. Like, overdose on conditioner and center it into the clump.

    -Grab a pointy brush: not those soft, weak ones. I mean the ones with pointy, slightly painful bristles. The brushes that are made for coarse hair.

    -Make a fist and hold on TIGHT to the spot of hair above the clump. It might be a small space to work with, but make sure you grab it hard enough so if you pulled your hair, it wouldn't hurt too bad.

    -Brush away! Crazily, as in hair will most probably be pulled out in the process. Go nuts and brush until you see it start to go away.

    If that doesn't work, I suggest cutting it, then fixing your hair to cover the spot until the hair grows back. Sorry.

    Good luck....hopefully, your bad hair days are almost over.

    -Nikki;)

    Nikki_Knox
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  • @Nicole:

    Nice to hear form you again :D You should seriously check out the Forums on this site...we could chat :)

    Anyways, (totally random) about your problem: you're in a real dilemma. Now, I've never been involved in anything like this, so keep that in mind.

    But...you have two options here. The first one is what I would do:

    It's not the 'nicest' way for him, but it's probably one that will benefit your best friend. Next time he comes to you, tell him that if he tries to flirt, ask you out, etc. ever again, you'd tell your bestie. Explain to him that what he's doing is wrong and that you're not the kind of girl that would hurt her bestie that way. Tell him that he should be faithful to his girlfriend.

    Also , be very clear to explain that if he breaks up with your bestie for you, you WON'T go out with him. (Unless you actually want to, which I don't recommend) Be very, very clear in explaining that you're a good friend, and good friends don't date the exes of their besties.

    Now, if he does happen to approaach you somewhat 'romantically' again, tell your friend. But, be gentle...very gentle. Explain that it started happening a little while ago, and you didn't tell her right away because you cared about her feelings and didn't want to hurt her. Apologize right away about not telling her right away, even though it's not really your fault.

    Your other option, of course, is to tell her straight up and hope she breaks up with him. You risk ruining her relationship but hey, it's not like the guy was good in the first place.

    Congrats on Josh, though! On a less helpful note: did you say yes? Do you like him? I'm guessing you do and if so, I HOPE you said yes :D

    All the best, hope everything works out! (Come again anytime)

    -Nikki; )

    Nikki_Knox
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  • Hey Nikki I have a really big problem my best friend boyfriend is crushing on me he wants me to date him while his dating my best friend and she doesn't know it should I tell her or just I shouldn't and plus he won't leave me alone :/ what should I do. Like my best friend boyfriend is trying to cheat on her with me I'm kinda shock because I don't even like him. I need serious help. Hope you help me

    ~Nicole

    Btw it turns out that my best guy friend ( Josh ) likes me :D he asked me out yesterday. Also I just realized I was watching family guy.. Lol totally random

    xCrookedSmile
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  • Hey Nikki. I'm back. Remeber that comment I posted about me having friend issues? Well I tried to take your advice and talked to my friends about it, but they told me I was just being silly and that it's not true. Although I love them to death, I still feel like I'm being left behind. The girl I told you about, the one i met in 3rd grade is like a sister to me. Accept I don't fight with her. I know she would do anything for me and so would this other girl who is always so happy, and always makes me smile. I tried to talk to them, but they said that it was crazy and don't belive that, cause it's not true. i want to belive them, I really do it's just I have my doubts. I don't want to talk to my sister about this cause then she would just go off her rocker saying that, that's not true, and that's crazy and things like that. What should I do? And I have another problem that I need your advice on. Even though my sister and I are the same age, I feel like I'm living in her shadow. She's always so much better at everything than I am. School, instruments, karate. Everything except sports.Sports is my thing. It's really the only place I can be myself. I put all my anger, frustation and anything else that's negitive into them. I do 2 sports. Volleyball and Basketball. You put me and my sister into school or into the orcestra she outshines nearly everyone. She gets straight A's and I'm getting a B in English. She aces her math test and I'm struggleing to remeber the 27 ammendments. She's first chair Violas and I'm forth chair cellos. And she doesn't do this on purpose but she kinda acts like she's better than me and my brother, who's also the same age as us. But you put me in a sport and I take it home.Yes I amdit that I'm not the best player on the team, but I'm on the A team. And I'm hoping to get on the A team for basketball this year. I love sports. Sports, hunting and fishing is the only place I feel at home. Again I don't want to talk to her about it, My brother confront

    _celloplayer_
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  • @Nicole

    Awww crap. I am in the SAME freaking position as you! Everyday, you think about him at least once, right? He treats you like a friend, makes you laugh and defends you, while also teasing you playfully? Then, yeah. He's a friend.

    In my opinion, wait a little. If he has a girlfriend, then when they break it off, you can tell him. But for now, don't be flirty. Be...yourself. But, show off subtly: have him notice you, be more open and outgoing then usual. And when you look him in the eye, if, like me you have a talent for acting and crap, then try to show it through your eyes. Let them sparkle through, let them say "This is me. And it's freaking awesome." I know, easier said then done, but that's what mirrors are for.

    In my opinion? If you have a bright, alluring, great personality, then he likes you. My guess is that he likes you. But, check the zone before telling him your feelings: try to make sure that he likes you, or at least get above 50%. A crush is no way to break a friendship, you know.

    So, hang in their. Let your personality shine through: let him come to you.

    -Nikki ;)

    Nikki_Knox
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  • Well I've had this trouble in the past and it's still happining. I'll make a new friend and we'll become bst friends and then I'll introduce them to my sister (she's the same age as me) and then she gets along with them way better than I do. For example in 3rd grade I tripped this girl on accident and now we're best friends. But as soon as she met my sister, they got really close. I mean we're still close but I feel as if she's closer to my sister than too me. I have quite a few friends most of them are better friends with my sister than me. It feels like she's stealing my friends away from me. I have one friend who's a really good friend. And she's my friend and I consider her a best friend but she has other friends that she's closer with than me. She's a really good listener though. She let me vent on her a lot last year. But I feel like I'm driffing away. I feel like I'm losing all my friends. Well not all of my friends just my best friends. I have other friends but they're all guys and I'm not very close with them. I know that my friends say that they love us both equally, but it looks and feels like they like my sister better or have other friends. I'm starting to feel like an outsider. I sit with them but I'm not as talkitve as I used to be. I'm thinking about finding my own quiet place to sit where I'll be out of the way and where no one will notice me. I know I have family and all but I really don't talk to them about my problems much. I try to hide it but's getting harder and harder. I feel so alone a lot lately. What should I do?

    _celloplayer_
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  • Hi Nikki :3 xCrookedSmile told me bout you so I just try it out do you like waffles I was eating waffles for dinner and pork chops for breakfast weird right :3 I is so random I have a pet unicorn named Noodles :D wanna pet him noodles stab ppl tho be careful :3

    Sorry I was really bored :( ill come here for any problems tho or just to make ya laugh

    -Forever :3 aka Ashley :3

    Forever
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  • @Acra: I got cut off :P

    Anyways, getting involved helps so much more than people care to notice. Participate with others, it helps.

    Being ignored? Yeah, that must suck. But, like I said, let your true self shine through! If you don't socialize, you have no one else to blame but yoiurself. Socialize with others, make some new friends and be outgoing. That's the most I can say. Also, try to talk to your family more, socialize withb them too. I'm not saying to vent and tell them all your problem, but just have a conversation with them. Not about problems, but about...anything. Just talk.

    So, be yourself, socialize and hang in there. Things will work themselves out.

    -Nikki ;)

    Nikki_Knox
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  • I can't get my best guy friend off my mind ( I like him :] a lot ) his the only one who understands me and he sticks up for me for an example one time this boy just walked up to me and started brother for no dam reason ._. So I tell him to leave me alone but he starts touching me and I'm like dude stop and he keeps going so I slap him and he pushes me and then my best guy friend ( Josh is his name ) and says Dude why the hell would you push her. And then dude who push me ( his name is Tyler ) he says because I want to what you gonna do about and he pushes Josh. Then a whole big fight. But why would he stick up 4 me no one ever did that b4 except him. He treats me the way I wanted to be treated. I was gonna tell him I truely feel until I found out he has a girlfriend :[ so I dint tell him how I feel should I still tell him my feelings I have 4 him? Please help nikki :]

    ~Nicole aka xCrookedSmile

    xCrookedSmile
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  • Dear Nikki,

    I'm in a weird problem :/ prom is in 13 more days ._.' And 3 guys ask me which one should I pick?

    The first guy has been crushing on me since the 3rd grade

    The second guy plays football and just started liking me yesterday and I think his a big jerk and that he should leave me alone -.-

    The third guy has been crushing on me since 2nd grade and always blush around me or do something dumb which makes me laugh he says I have a cute smile. Now which one? My friends say the third one even xCrookedSmile says him. And btw Nicole (xCrookedSmile) and I know each other in real and we go to the same school so she knows who I'm talking bout and please help me which guy should I choose? Ashley

    Forever
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  • Hey nikki remember when I told you bout my friends boyfriend liking me? Well when I told her she dint believe me well she got mad -.- so anyways he came to me and said he was gonna break up with her and go out with me but I was all like don't do that she's my best friend and I don't won't her heart broken but he said he dint care so I kicked where it hurts and walked off. Then the next day when I was talking to her he came up to us she got up and said Hey and tried to hug him but he push her off and said we are through. Then he looked at me and said Nicole wanna go out?. Before I even said anything my friend yelled How Could You and ran home crying. I walked up to him and beat the crap outta of him. Lol he was bleeding and stuff... And he still likes me? Plus he broke my best friend heart what's wrong with this dude! What should I do to help my friend feel better and what should I do bout her ex? Please Help

    ~Nicole :'x

    xCrookedSmile
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  • @Ashley:

    It's hard to tell....I'd have to say to stay safe and not jump the gun yet. He might just be acting friendly.

    Ways for you to figure it out yourself:
    -Spark ing fun, random arguments
    -Teasing (Playfully)
    -Trust ing You
    -Compliments
    -Touching (Pillsberry, Taser, massage, etc)

    If there's any more info you can give me, it might help me understand the situation more. :)

    All the best!
    -Nikki;)

    Nikki_Knox
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  • Welp, my bf is perfect, like soul mate perfect. But he lives like four hours away and also I feel like our relationship is getting serious. Quite frankly the idea of a serious relationship kinda scares me and almost makes me want to break up with him, but I can't break both of our hearts and I don't know what to do. ~ky.

    P.s. Meow! Im a fuzzly pluple platypus that makes dog noises and eats pie!

    akyla757
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  • @Popbomb:

    Yeah, I understand all the commotion of being the new kid.

    First of all, the most important thing I can say? Don't worry! Worrying will only make you nervous and anxious, it won't help. Relax, take a breather and clear your head.

    A shortcut to getting to class on time and finding your way? Make. Friends. I know, it sounds hard, but if you are an open-minded person (you should be), then you should also be able to socialize. Make yourself open, so people will come to you. Either that, or look around, find someone you think is interesting and go introduce yourself. Shyness is like a disease: it doesn't help. In this situation, being outgoing is really your best bet.

    About the crush, is he a really good friend to begin with? If so, then go to him. Worry about him, that's what friends are for. Let him no that you are open and that he can share things with you.

    If not... then let it go. Odds are, he won't go to you: A crush is not a friend. Far from it. He seems to be in a little in a phase, best you can do is either approach him like a friend, or apporach his friends.

    Remembe r: don't worry, be smart. Everything will work out.

    Also, I didn't e-mail you because my e-mail is my real name... I'd rather not give that out.

    -Nikki ;)

    Nikki_Knox
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  • ok well here it is and its kinda embarrassing. I like two guys one of them is a year 10 and his name is Harry. We talk allllll the time on facebook and he calls me babe and hot stuff. I think he might be leading me on though because at the begginning of the year he led me on and embarrassed me in front of the whole school. But i still like him. The other one is a year 9 like me and his name is Kyle. He is really sweet and kind but he laughs at me with his friends. Whenever were alone though he's always kind and friendly with me. I've liked him in less time than i liked the year 10 guy but it was around the same time. Also whenever i see him, its like i'm seeing him for the first time and falling in love with him all over again. He's told me though that he doesn't like me but i think he might. So what i need to ask again is who do you think i should pick? I no youv'e got so many answers already so if you would rather could you leave the answer in my inbox on my youtube channel if you have one. Here it is:[no urls]

    tabsta1
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  • i am having kind of a problem with my 2 best friends. Whenever were playing a game they always have to like fight Little big planet and always when we leave allison my bestie behind she always gets to pissed at my other bestie katie. what do i do if they contunie this and also it was just lastnight when Allison called me a Grandma just because of my PJs we were having a sleep over and she made me feel really bad and i didnt talk to her again till today. what should i do about these 2 problems because they seem to keep coming to us and making us fight for some reason is there any advice you could give me?????

    ~ Rocky

    Alex4465
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