Reviewing my optionsVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
I am a guy, highschool junior, looking for a girlfriend, I have my list narrowed down to 3 girls that I am interested in. I'm not sure which is my best option but all seem interested in me.
Girl A- is in my grade, and I am almost positive that she likes me being that she asked me to our prom, I catch her stairing at me in our classes, and she instant messages me the moment in which I sign on AIM. She is kind of a geek/book worm type, but is some what good looking and can capable of carrying on an intelegent conversation.
Girl B- is also in my grade. She and I go hot and cold in how we feel about on another, she use to like me then I liked her, neither of us made a move and we didn't real talk for a while, now we have started to talk alot more and hang out again and she seems to be interested in me again. I think she is very attractive and we have alot of similar interests.
Girl C- Is 2 years younger than me. I don't know her as well as the other 2 but i think she is probebly the most atractive of the 3 and we share alot of the same taste in music and we both write poetry. She tries to talk to me when ever we see one another and I also catch her looking at me from time to time.
Which in your oppinion is my best option.
They all sound good to me.
You really didn't give enough information. Ask yourself which one is the most warm and affectionate, which one seems the most open and sharing of feelings, which one do you feel most comfortable with, which one is most independent.
Think about those things and then take your pick.
Good luck! George
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