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Nick Tzianos and Ben Rivers

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“I want to ask this girl to homecoming and don’t know how. What should I do?”

This is probably a life changing event so don’t mess this up. The first thing you should do is figure out if she has a date. If you ask her out and she already has someone to go with, that is probably one of the most embarrassing things high school has to offer so do your background research. When you are dressed all nice and have some cologne on, you are ready to present the question to her. To actually ask the question, you want to ask her if you can talk to her for a second and see if you can get her alone. This moment is crucial as you must remain calm because they can basically smell your fear. Then what you want to say is, “Hey, I was wondering if you wanted to go to Homecoming with me?” If she says yes, you are home free and may now plan the night. If she says no, I will be expecting another question from you on here on how to deal with rejection.

 

“Hello. I am a guy and I am falling in love with my best friend of 3 years. Should I tell her how I feel?”

This is a very dangerous situation you have been placed in. At this point, it’s do or die. I am a person to believe in true love. To be honest with you, I think you should ask her out because you only live once and you should go for whatever your heart wants. I was once put into this exact situation and I know you’re worried about ruining the friendship. If you are good at reading people, odds are you know dang well if you are in the friend zone or if she is somewhat interested. Be upfront about it and tell her how you feel about her. If she says she only likes you as a friend, kick her to the side because you will honestly meet so many people in your life so you shouldn’t care about somebody who doesn’t care about you.

 

“I am starting to be friends with somebody who isn’t very popular or liked among many people. I’m afraid it will affect my reputation. Should I be his friend?”

To be honest with you, I think you should be his friend even though he is not very popular. If he does not have many friends, he probably gets bullied and goes through a lot of things daily. If he is nice to you and seems normal, go for it because it might end up being a more lasting friendship than your other ones you may have. Do not worry what other people think about you just because of the people you talk to because it will not even matter after high school. Sometimes people need a friend when there is no one there for them.

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