Well thats what people do where I live. No one just asks they have to do something relatively big. And anyway I just put it on her locker and tied a few balloons to it. Anyway she said no as I expected so oh well. Everyone thought it was really nice though and people were looking at it all day.
It's not "relatively big" and despite your intentions, bottom line, chics are going to see the note thing as "creepy", "weird", what have you. It's all ********, but fact of the matter is, that's what they think. Maybe things are a little different in Texas but it is certainly not another planet. And don't forget, when you ask a girl out face to face, YOU are the one doing HER the favor by giving her someone to go with, NOT the other way around. If she still says no face to face then she is too stupid to realize it and you move on to the next one.
All it said was "will you go to homecoming with me?" considering people at school hang huge banners from the bridge, write the same message I did all around school in chalk, and ask in front of a whole stadium of people hanging a small sign in the band hall is nothing.
Understood, but in retrospect, now that you have the no, don't you wish you had been more forward. Look at it this way, I'm sure you have good taste, you would like to take this girl to homecoming. Well, most likely other guys have made signs for her too, so she has to make a choice. Being different by doing it face to face would distinguish you from the rest. Not saying you did anything wrong, obviously this is the way you guys do homecoming, just saying in this particular case, even moreso than others, being different MIGHT have helped. But nevertheless, you move on, you have to find someone else now.
Sometimes I wish the opposite; that I was 17 again. Only with my current brain, knowledge, life experience and wisdom. That would rule.
I dont' think I'd have nearly as much fun if I was 17 again with all my current experience. The best parts of being in highschool was being able to make mistakes with little consequences. And almost everything that seemed important back then is actually completely trivial.
Other than weddings, never went to an actual dance, never interested me, maybe I shouldn't be giving these lads advice, I can't dance worth a ****, lol
But a senior asked me to prom when I was a sophomore, had a class with her, I said yes then changed my mind which in retrospect I prolly should have went but like Culk, she wasnt a 10 so it wasn't good enough for me to go to a prom, retarded on me IMO, it wasn't that big of a deal.
By the way, she was in gymnastics hence what a retard I was.
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Last day of training in the Loop, and something clicked in my head as today was also the first day I actually felt comfortable working on a certain type of real estate title paperwork that I'll be working on heavily in my new office in Skokie starting on Monday.
I've got mono, yay. That said, I'm not tired at all and the only symptoms I have are a sore throat and swollen glands. Guess I'm lucking out so far.
It will get bad. My buddy had it and was feeling awful and sleeping tons for three weeks. You may have to fight through it since you're in college. I highly doubt getting weeks behind in college is fun.