Last night I called this girl and thought that we would spend the day hanging out at her place. I was already there for a good 1.5 hrs and all of a sudden she gets called into work. That really bumded me out since I was going to see if she wanted to go to dinner with my family since my dad is having back surgery tomorrow. My dad said that she is invited to go. She even asked for the week off, but she told them that if they needed anything to just call. At least I got to spend some time with her. I hate when stuff like this happens. We played a couple games of pool and I beat her both times I didn't rub it in at, she told me that I play better. We also played some Guitar Hero. I am starting to get the feeling now that I have a small crush on her. The first thing she said when I got to her place was she liked my truck.
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Last edited by Beast12; 05-24-2007 at 07:04 PM.
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Well, just take it slow. Hang out with her for a bit. Go out for coffee and to the movies if she wants. See what she has to say about it after a few weeks. Good luck!
I have learned well enough now to take it slow. She does like to go to movies. She is going tonight to see Pirates of the Caribbean At Worlds End. I told her I might go. I might call her up and she if it was cool if I went with her to see it. I think she is going with some of her friends. If that is the case it'll make me feel a little better.
She is going tonight to see Pirates of the Caribbean At Worlds End.
If you do... take a book with ya, gotta be the worst (and longest) movie I have seen in a good while.
I understand going, if you want to hang out with the girl... but be prepared for 3hrs of crap movie experience
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