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Can I please get a womans advice? Topic: How to write a love note to a girl
June 17, 2019 / By Dolanna
Question: I'm a 17 and senior in high school andhave never had a loving relationship. I'm about to date a girl who I've liked for a long time. I have no idea how to show her how much I like her without sounding wierd. Can someone please help?
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Carlotta Carlotta | 3 days ago
Well, you could start by being honest with her - its definetely appreciated. Honesty is always better than a lie, usually she would thank you for it.Well unless shes stupid. And be yourself around her, i know i love having a boyfriend who is also my best friend. And you could do cute little things for her, like writing a cute note and slipping it in her locker or inside one of her books. Give her flowers for no reason except to show that you care (especially at school, girls love the attention and the jealousy it causes with other girls hehe). And you could plan a special date where you cook a romantic candlelit meal and surprise her with it.
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Carlotta Originally Answered: Womans studies summary of article Sisters Barbara Neely?
By Marsha A. Jackson; based on a short story by Barbara Neely Two Disparate Women Who Find a Sisterly Tie By MEL GUSSOW Published: June 7, 1990, Thursday LEAD: In Marsha A. Jackson's ''Sisters,'' two disparate women are snowbound on New Year's Eve on the 20th floor of an office building in downtown Atlanta. For dimly stated reasons, they decide not to challenge the elements. Instead, they try to stretch the audience's credulity. Repeatedly, the question arises why the two women do not leave the building. In Marsha A. Jackson's ''Sisters,'' two disparate women are snowbound on New Year's Eve on the 20th floor of an office building in downtown Atlanta. For dimly stated reasons, they decide not to challenge the elements. Instead, they try to stretch the audience's credulity. Repeatedly, the question arises why the two women do not leave the building. The tie that binds them there is Ms. Jackson's contrived play. The broad two-character comedy arrived at the Joyce Theater Tuesday night after an engagement at the Jomandi Theater of Atlanta and a tour of 20 other cities. Remaining in that office, the women behave according to dramatic formula. Olivia (played by the author) is a high-rising, uptight advertising executive who is jumping off the fast track - before she is pushed. Cassie (Andrea Frye), undereducated and openhearted, is a cleaning woman. In her pursuit of worldly success, the loveless Olivia has jettisoned her personal life. In saintly contrast, Cassie is dedicated to taking care of her son and her wise old grandmother while neglecting her own chances for self-improvement. The play follows a predictable path from divisiveness (snobbishness on Olivia's part) to sisterly feelings of mutual support. The playwright stops short of having the two women switch jobs, though that might not have been a bad idea. From the advertising campaigns Olivia offers as samples of her ability, she may not have deserved that promotion she sought. Cassie, in contrast, is at least high in common sense. Cassie provides the play with its single glimmer of interest, She has some pungent lines - along with others that are heavyhanded. We are supposed to laugh at her lack of polish. Fortunately, Ms. Frye is an appealing performer and she plays her role tongue in cheek. Olivia is a walking resume, offering her credentials along with the names of authors whose books she has supposedly read. Having given herself the least amusing lines, Ms. Jackson, as an actress, underlines Olivia's disagreeableness with a stridency. ''Sisters'' moves sideways, shifts into reverse, repeats itself, then rumbles to its foregone conclusion. As director, Thomas W. Jones 2d is unable to instill momentum or to convince us of the reality of the situation. At one point, he sends the two women walking over and around the cluttered set in an awkward attempt to simulate their descent to the lobby of the office building - and their unwarranted return up the long staircase. Hidden in the picture is a brief comedy sketch or a pilot for a sitcom. ''Sisters'' would, in fact, be more at home on television than in a theater, but there is a serious question what the show would do for a second episode. Sisters By Marsha A. Jackson; based on a short story by Barbara Neely http://theater2.nytimes.com/mem/theater/...

Anetta Anetta
Julietterose69 is correct. In addition to that, treat her with respect and kindness. Do nice things for her, like hold the door open for her. Don't pressure her. She'll like you and respect you back.
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Wilburn Wilburn
Don't show her by telling her. Show her by your actions Hold her hand, hug her, play with her hair, basically by being affectionate. Girls loooove that With time, youll feel comfortable with telling each other excatly how you feel :) Hope this helps... <33
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Wilburn Originally Answered: Country music video that has a man changing a womans tire, then the woman goes to the coffee shop & leaves tip?
Chain of Love By Clay Walker LYRICS: He was driving home one evening, In his beat up Pontiac When an old lady flagged him down, Her Mercedes had a flat He could see that she was frightened, Standing out there in the snow 'Til he said I'm here to help you ma'am, By the way my name is Joe She said I'm from St. Louis, And I'm only passing through I must have seen a hundred cars go by, This is awful nice of you When he changed the tire, And closed her trunk And was about to drive away, She said how much do I owe you Here's what he had to say You don't owe me a thing, I've been there too Someone once helped me out, Just the way I'm helping you If you really want to pay me back, Here's what you do Don't let the chain of love end with you Well a few miles down the road, The lady saw a small cafe She went in to grab a bite to eat, And then be on her way But she couldn't help but notice, How the waitress smiled so sweet And how she must've been eight months along, And dead on her feet And though she didn't know her story, And she probably never will When the waitress went to get her change, From a hundred dollar bill The lady slipped right out the door, And on a napkin left a note There were tears in the waitress's eyes, When she read what she wrote You don't owe me a thing, I've been there too Someone once helped me out, Just the way I'm helping you If you really want to pay me back, Here's what you do Don't let the chain of love end with you That night when she got home from work, The waitress climbed into bed She was thinkin' about the money, And what the lady's note had said As her husband lay there sleeping, She whispered soft and low Everything's gonna be alright, I love you, Joe YOUTUBE VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5oCm8ECm-po&feature=PlayList&p=E63EBF913CADDD2B&playnext=1&playnext_from=PL&index=48

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