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Cheezy

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So here's the deal. Something you all probably don't know about me is that I do theater stuff. There, I said it... :)

Anyway, in the last play I did, I had to play this girls boyfriend. I always thought this girl was really hot, but the more we worked together and the more we rehearsed, I talked to her more and we really became REALLY good friends. And like I said, this girl's pretty damn good looking. I probably would ask her out, but she's 20, so it's basically a crush :( but it's good enough that we're close friends.

Now the last big huzzah for all the actors was a party last night. I had a good time, and we hung out, but the next play isn't gonna be until 8 months. I won't see her for 8 months. Which totally sucks. I lost a really close friend for 8 months. Now how sad is that?? I mean we're friends on Facebook but she's hardly ever on. The only time she usually is is late at night when I'm already asleep, lol.

Sorry for telling all you guys my sob story, but now I'm gonna cut to the chase. I miss her. That's all I'm saying, and I won't see her for 8 months. In the theater group I'm in, show's usually follow one another, like after one show ends, the try outs for the next one start up less than a month later. There's a summer break, but that's not long. Problem is the director fell under debt so we have to wait 8 months till the next show, which will give us time to raise money. A stop gap in between usually isn't that long, but this time's different.

So now finally, again I say, I REALLY miss her. But I wanna know, when you guy's critically miss someone, what do you usually due to cure it??? I'd like to know...

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Only time will heal this kind of wound. But you can spend time with other friends to help get your mind off her. Being by yourself and thinking about her a lot won't help you miss her any less.

But is there no way to see her before 8 months from now? If you like her so much I would send her a message on facebook (if you don't have her number) and just ask her out. Go for it! Life doesn't wait for us, we must go out and get it.

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Cheezy wrote:

So here's the deal. Something you all probably don't know about me is that I do theater stuff. There, I said it... :)

Anyway, in the last play I did, I had to play this girls boyfriend. I always thought this girl was really hot, but the more we worked together and the more we rehearsed, I talked to her more and we really became REALLY good friends. And like I said, this girl's pretty damn good looking. I probably would ask her out, but she's 20, so it's basically a crush :( but it's good enough that we're close friends.

Now the last big huzzah for all the actors was a party last night. I had a good time, and we hung out, but the next play isn't gonna be until 8 months. I won't see her for 8 months. Which totally sucks. I lost a really close friend for 8 months. Now how sad is that?? I mean we're friends on Facebook but she's hardly ever on. The only time she usually is is late at night when I'm already asleep, lol.

Sorry for telling all you guys my sob story, but now I'm gonna cut to the chase. I miss her. That's all I'm saying, and I won't see her for 8 months. In the theater group I'm in, show's usually follow one another, like after one show ends, the try outs for the next one start up less than a month later. There's a summer break, but that's not long. Problem is the director fell under debt so we have to wait 8 months till the next show, which will give us time to raise money. A stop gap in between usually isn't that long, but this time's different.

So now finally, again I say, I REALLY miss her. But I wanna know, when you guy's critically miss someone, what do you usually due to cure it??? I'd like to know...

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Edwin wrote:

But is there no way to see her before 8 months from now? If you like her so much I would send her a message on facebook (if you don't have her number) and just ask her out. Go for it! Life doesn't wait for us, we must go out and get it.

I try talking to her on Facebook but she's not very active on there. She's only on like twice a day and it's usually just to check her messages, so she doesn't chat very much. And I don't want to be annoying. I tried talking to her a couple of times there and didn't get any kind of response. And I really can't ask her out, because she's almost 21, and I'm only 15. So at that point there are a bunch of things she can do that I can't, and she DOES drink quite a bit. My folks would probably be pissed if I were to go out with her.

But I have found something that helps. Listening to Pink Floyd seems to get my mind off of it a bit, but I'd go deaf if I did that all day, lol. Thanks a bunch, otherwise!!

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Vendetta

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Here's what you do. Reach out to her and tell her you miss not seeing her. She'll probably say the same thing - whether being polite or sincere is irrelevant because you're only trying to open the door here. Once she says that though, you have a clean chance to ask her if she'd like to get together. It won't be awkward or anything, just a natural progression to the convo. If she says yes, then you're in! If she says no, or not really or something else like that, then that's that, no harm done. And if that happens, you find a good game and bury yourself in it for a while 'til it doesn't hurt any more.

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I think satisfy is a poor choice of words...

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Cheezy

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Now that I think about it, there's a dinner show I'm in in October. I should invite her to see it, and that should sell her because a bunch of people she knows are in it. So maybe I could do that. That's still not till' October,but it's a good invitation. Just hopefuly I can get her attention when that time comes. I also believe she might think I'm a little "cute." I sent her a gift for doing such a good job in the show and loved it and I got a big hug, so that definately didn't turn her away. She even said I was cute (lol that cracks me up.) Like I said, it's not exactly like I'm losing a girl. It's a mix of that and losing a good friend for 8 months. God bless :(

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@Cheezy- No insult intended, but in the eyes of the law she's an adult and your a "child" (or under age if you prefer), though granted you're a teen. It's not a good idea for an adult to have a romantic relationship with a minor. Just keep being friends for now. By the way..I'm sorry about your situation. It sucks.
Do you have something that you like to do like art or writing? I'd suggest acting but that might remind you of her.

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If your only 15 I'd try not to get too involved. Because, the more attached you get, the harder it will hurt when she finds someone her age (and given her assumed "hotness", she probably will). I'm just trying to be honest with you, because I've been there myself (I'm still in high school as well).

I'm currently going through some confusing relationship stuff as well with a girl who goes to another school. Anyway, I feel for ya man, but perhaps it would be best NOT to contact her? It might just be bad for you in the long run.

That's just an opinion, though.

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longtimegamer wrote:

@Cheezy- No insult intended, but in the eyes of the law she's an adult and your a "child" (or under age if you prefer), though granted you're a teen. It's not a good idea for an adult to have a romantic relationship with a minor. Just keep being friends for now. By the way..I'm sorry about your situation. It sucks.
Do you have something that you like to do like art or writing? I'd suggest acting but that might remind you of her.

Yeah I understand, like I said, that's my problem, I CAN'T ask her out. So all in all, it's a crush, and she's pretty. And like I also said, the pain isn't only losing a girl I like, but a good friend as well. I just have to keep in touch with her until I'm 21 and she's 26, so then I could probably ask her out :)

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Edwin

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Yeah, I didn't realize your age when I gave the above advice. But I think you'll only have to wait until you're 18, not 21. Again, my best advice is to spend as much time with friends as you can. I know you miss her a lot now, but you won't miss her so much, if at all, as time goes by.

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Yep, time heals all wounds. And those cookies with the little colored sprinkly things. :)

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I'm 18,I can try to tell her that you like her.
Just let me know,I will help you! :D

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Cheezy

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Yeha that's also true, Edwin. I had a girlfriend a few years ago, but we lived in different cities, so we really had a hard time seeing eachother so we had to split. I missed her for a little while, but the pain receded quite quickly. And only 18, huh? Not bad. I'll be 16 in december, and she turns 21 late January I believe. So all in all, not bad. Thanks a lot, guys ;)

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I'm 18,I can try to tell her that you like her.
Just let me know,I will help you! :D

Oh, I could tell her I like her. Just because she's 18 doesn't mean I can't talk to her. But she'd probably still be startled, no matter who told her. (Sorry about the double post)

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Vendetta

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Oh dude, if you're only 15 then I take back what I said... I don't want to be an accessory to a (potential) crime. :O

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For some reason I never miss people.

I feel like I'm missing out.

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Cheezy

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Vendetta wrote:

Oh dude, if you're only 15 then I take back what I said... I don't want to be an accessory to a (potential) crime. :O

You don't have to worry, I knew from the start I couldn't and wouldn't ask her out, lol!

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For some reason I never miss people.

Somehow I get the feeling it's mutual. :P I'm sorry, I couldn't resist. LOL

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Somehow I get the feeling it's mutual. :P I'm sorry, I couldn't resist. LOL

Please, I saw what you just posted about me...

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