:D I am a tech geek, what else can I say! Most of what I know is within cell phones and computers. Uh, I do know some things about TVs but *shrug* you can't know everything. Playing piano for 12 years now :) I am musically intense :)!
So, I'm kind of an interesting looking girl (I have multi-colored hair and a facial piercing, blah blah blah) and anyways, there's a guy in one of my classes that keeps staring at me. It's not like he stares constantly, it's only when I get called on... because I've glanced over at him when any other girl in class answers a question and he doesn't even glance their way.
When we were in a discussion group together, I was sitting sideways on my chair. As my teacher was talking, he moved behind me (he was standing) put his hand on the back of my chair for at least a minute. There were plenty of other objects (there was a shelf less than a foot away) but he went out of his way to put his hand on my chair.
He also keeps asking me personal questions and getting a bit nosy.
Is he attracted to me? Or is he just strange?2 AnswersSingles & Dating7 years ago
Ever since I had it pierced, my family got mad at me for it.
My mom won't even let me watch television shows with people that have tattoos because it's "too strong of an influence on me." I've explained to her a hundred and ten times that this was my decision to make. I don't even want a tattoo!
Then, my sister and brother have been torturing me, telling me I look ugly. My sister keeps bringing it up in conversations and she won't let it go. She even went as far as mocking me, saying "I'm so original that I put a hole in my face. I don't want anyone to notice me but now you have to stare at my eyebrow. I'm the biggest poser and follower." I've always wanted my eyebrow pierced, as weird as it sounds...
My mother didn't start talking to me until her birthday (two days ago). But my dad just treated me normally.
How can I tell them to lay off or to leave it alone? Or just accept it and move on? They're so stuck on it. And please, don't tell me my decision was stupid or whatever because it's already done. I like it even more than I thought I would...
Thanks so much for help with this... I really don't know what to do and I don't want to ruin what I have with my family. I'm not taking it out either.
- Emma6 AnswersOther - Skin & Body9 years ago
So, here's what happened. One of my close friends and I got really drunk at a party (friday night) and someone dared us to make out. I was very hesitant (because I had a slight crush on him) and he just kissed me. And then, Saturday morning, we were hanging out all day. He cuddled with me while we watched movies in his room and we just hung out, I guess. He seemed really clingy, like asking me constantly to do things with him. We spent the whole day together, which gets me to Saturday night. I got really drunk (ugh, I don't know why) and we watched a movie together. I collapsed on him with my arms around his waist. Well then, everyone left the room and he just started kissing me. And I told him to stop and we did, but then he kissed me again. And things were getting really hot. He gave me three hickeys on my neck. But sunday morning, he told me he didn't really like me at all and that he was just drunk.
But today (monday) he's been clinging to me again. I really can't get over him if he's all over me, and I've told him that, but he just doesn't get it.
I know, I was stupid, but I just don't know how to even talk to him anymore. I can't look him in the eyes without feeling the urge to kiss him. It's pathetic.
Thanks for anything, I just don't know what to do anymore...
- Emma1 AnswerSingles & Dating9 years ago
So I'm having a problem. I have a crush on this guy (sigh, as usual) and I wanted to know what people outside of my group of close friends think.
Today, I was standing in the hall, alone, leaning against the wall because my class got out early. I was waiting for my friend so we could head over to the library together. She happens to have this class with my crush.
So when the class let out, he walked over to his locker and opened it. He stood there not doing anything at all, even though on a normal day, he would be rushing to class. He was just staring into his locker but he kept glancing at me when I wasn't looking at him (peripherals).
And my friend, Pete, walked up to me and started talking to me. All of a sudden, I swear, I saw my crush staring right at me while I was laughing at Pete (he wanted me to write his paper - no thanks).
I just don't understand why he can't approach me? I am not one to approach others. He can talk to my best friend Stephanie and walk up to her but when he sees me, he doesn't say hi but stares at me.
I don't know how to give him any more hints. I feel like I'm trying to get a piece of paper to dance...
:( from a confused friend,
- Emma2 AnswersSingles & Dating9 years ago
I've been having this problem with a guy. I'm not entirely sure if he likes me or not. (Side note - we both attend the same school, I'm 18, he's 24, we both are into music... We have two classes together.)
1) He stares at me without smiling or any facial expressions. Sometimes when I catch him, he looks away quickly, but other times, he won't break contact. It's kind of strange. But the one time that I smiled at him, he moved so I couldn't see him.
2) He's never said hi to me. We're friends on Facebook (I requested him and he added me), we have a lot of mutual friends, but he's never walked up to me and said hello.
3) I went to a party that he was at. When I got there, my friend said he was checking me out. But then he just walked past me and left the party. I looked sexy according to the guys I asked (my gay friends that helped with my hair) so I don't understand.
4) When I went to a concert he was performing in, he came off stage to talk to his mom during intermission. He kept glancing over at me. I was just talking to one of my girlfriends and we were in hysterics about some stupid joke we kept telling. I was sitting next to another guy (he's just a friend of mine... no big deal).
5) He's walked up to my friend when I'm around, and talked to her, but kept glancing at me. My friend (of course) is a complete blockhead and never gave me a second to talk. Every time he does this, she seems to word-vomit (for lack of a better term).
6) We were in the hallway, walking opposite directions, and no one was there. He didn't say hi. He just looked at me. No smile. Nothing. So I don't know what that means.
7) His friends don't talk to me when he's around but when he leaves, they hit on me. I don't know if it's just coincidence, which it probably is.
I just want to know if he likes me or not. I mean, he's a great guy, literally, I know a lot about him through our mutual friends. (Enough to know that he was in a year long serious relationship and his girlfriend dumped him in the spring.) But...
Is it just me, or does he send mixed signals? My friends tell me not to bother with him and to move on but I just can't!
Thanks in advance :),
--Emma2 AnswersSingles & Dating9 years ago
Okay, so, my question is completely random, but here it is. I buy a lot of band shirts (doesn't matter which bands, but I do) and most of the time they are men's shirts.
My chest is just too darn big to fit into a girl's tee. When I buy them, they are either way too tight or too loose. So I just decide to buy men's shirts because they fight my chest right and they don't get too tight around my waist.
Is this just me? I feel very self-conscious about this because I'm not a size zero, hourglass figure, type of girl. I'm more of a... Rectangle? I guess? I have this huge phobia of finding a guy wearing the same band shirt as me (which has happened at least twice in my life).
I just want to know what people think of this. I mean, I have other shirts too, women's shirts, but when it comes to band shirts, I always feel better in a men's shirt.
Thanks for your opinions,
- Emma8 AnswersOther - Beauty & Style10 years ago
Alright, so I just bought this pair of really awesome skinny jeans! One half of them are black and the other half are white. (I've included a link - http://www.hottopic.com/hottopic/Apparel/Bottoms/D... )
So anyways, I know this sounds really weird, but you know when your pant legs rub together during the day, at the very top of the pants? I have a weird black rub-off on them with little balls of black thingies. My question has two parts:
1) How do I get the dark black off the white part of the pants? It seems like an awkward pair of pants to wash in the first place - does it go in as a light or dark?
2) How do I prevent this from happening again? (aside from buying new pants!) because I just spent... $34.50 on them and I really can't afford a second pair after the first day.
Thank you so much,
P.S. - they are 97% cotton and 3% spandex - I don't plan on putting them in the dryer... I've managed to get the small lint balls off of them by plucking them off but it's still got that weird rub off.1 AnswerFashion & Accessories10 years ago
I think I'm being too technical, but I really don't know what I'm doing wrong......? Suggestions?
Here is a short sample of something I've written in the last day or so...
My fingers shaking while I counted the bundles of twenties in the duffle bag, I glanced up at the man with the tattooed neck, staring right into the barrel of his loaded gun. He moved it a fraction of an inch. I immediately jumped back to doing my work.
Over seven hundred thousand dollars in cash; this was only the first of many duffle bags to come in and out of these doors.
At least, that’s what I thought.
I heard a small click from the cocking of a gun.
“I don’t think so.”
A flying punch knocked the policeman over, his gun went flying in the air. Unfortunately enough, the cop screamed loudly as he took the tumble down the two flights of stairs. He hit the bottom of the stairs with a thud and rolled over to the door, shattering the glass. There was no chance he’d be getting up anytime soon. The positive half of this was my attacker would have a nice shiner in the morning.
The thug with the gun pointed at me dug around in his pants pocket. He put whatever was in his pocket right up to his ear and began speaking into it.
“Hey, why did I just see a cop? What are you doing out there, eating hot dogs? We’re not getting paid unless this gets back to the boss in the right amount! Now do your job!”
He slid the small device back into his pocket and with that, he turned his focus back to me.
“Are you free later this week? ‘Cause baby you are looking fine.”
“I think you’ll make some time,” He said.
In an instant, the entire situation changed: the fully loaded firing machine was in the side of my head.
“You’ll change your mind."1 AnswerBooks & Authors1 decade ago