You just do what I did: Send them a message saynig "Hi, I'm gay!" I actually did that.... lol
Oh well. now they know I wasn't joking. 8D
Anyway, remember what I said before about how I do everything for my crushes? Well... It happened. Again. We're in the lockerooms taking a shower after gym, when he suddenly realizes he didn't do a small geography project that was due today. Naturally, he asked me to do it for him. I, since he was butt-naked and giving me puppy-eyes, accepted.
I went on a stress rampage during lunch to do my geography project and his, including making sure his was much different than mine. All because of a sexy guy who was naked and giving me puppy eyes.
*headdesk* I'M A DISGRACE TO HUMANITY. <--- obviously not serious.
I hate trying to figure out if a guy is gay. It's a lot of work.
I'm too nervous to ask, I think my answer might be a punch in the face. xD
Havent posted here in Forever... *Sleeps*
Life hates me, and I hate it
I feel it coming out my throat
Guess I better wash my mouth out with soap
God, I wish I never spoke
Now I gotta wash my mouth out with soap
If you're bad at charm and flirting then yah it's hard to know what guys you have no chance with. Luckily I've never had that problem because I'm like walking charm. So can't really help beyond saying be brave and stuff.
Well, this one doesn't involve me being nervous. It's just the fact that you bond with them, your feelings for them are strong, and you think they like you too. Then suddenly, you find out they're straight. I know asking them would be easier, but they could be in the closet (like me) and deny it. Or they could be straight and feel insulted by the question.
Yeah my love life pretty much stinks as well, and I didn't really know asking a girl to hang also meant asking them on a date >.>. But yeah I am not good with flirting either.
Anyways hey everyone, just popping in again. Letting you know I am actually moving out of my mother's house tomorrow, already packed so pretty much waiting to move into this townhouse with my cousin (My computers' waiting to go, so I am on my sister's old computer). It's kinda scary because I will be on my own and all, had to give my bird away, I can still see her but still, and will have to say bye to the dogs. Very big lol.
Wow that's good Willow....not the flirting thing, the moving thing xD
DJ- lol thanks, yeah guess so, still nervous but I guess once we are all settled, I will be alright, means I can't buy whatever I like anymore, used to get quite a bit from centrelink, So can't get B&W2 straight away, or any of the DVDs that have just come out but oh well.
Avi- No, the bird squeaks too much and my mum won['t do it.
This is my first post on the thread!
I grew up with a prejudice family on my mom's side, the family I mostly grew up with. They were southern, so not only did they have some racial prejudice, they also hated anything the bible "says" is bad. Needless to say I was conditioned to hate gays. Up until my sophomore year in high school, I was ignorant. I finally started to realize that the bible is all about love, no matter the kind it is. Before I became the open minded person I am now, I heard rumors from the family my cousin might be gay. I just denied that he could never be gay. He's out to us now and I couldn't be happier for him. I just really hope the world will soon realize that they truly need to open their minds to all things they have become ignorant to.
Also Willow's Tara!! I love the name!! Willow was the first positive gay/lesbian influence I had.....ok I never new many of them in my life lol.
I am Bi. I am engaged to a wonderful man, yet I still proudly identify myself as Bi-sexual.
Last edited by RainaXainne; 11th October 2012 at 9:14 AM.
Well you can get through it. You're strong, and awesome too if this guy couldn't see that then it's his bad.