Meh, I'd start with an pink iPod mini. But what the others said is so true. Regardless of how cute or popular she is, if you have to be something that you aren't in order to impress her, you won't have a fun relationship.spasticmutant said:
Seeing as he just turned 15 (happy belated birthday), you must really be in the land of make-believe if you think that a kid not old enough to get a job could have a six figure checking account. I doubt that it would be too convincing.Apple Hobo said:
Will Curran said:
That's the best advice yet. Girls don't see dances as a huge deal, from what I've seen, so you should just ask her and see what she says. Who knows! If it works out, it could be a nice, comfortable situation in which to spark a future relationship. And if it doesn't work out, a dance is the best place to be, because it's structured enough to reduce awkwardness (and similar things will be happening to lots of other people).stoid said:If this is just a date for a dance, find a cutie, have a great night, and don't stress over it.
They say the girls on Van Buren like you quite well if you slide them some cash, no need for a PowerBook.Will Curran said:
dotnina, jovian9 and others have given him good advice.gwuMACaddict said:i think if you're stuck asking for girl help in a tech forum, then you're outta luck...
haha, I'd agree with that! If you do that she'll know you mean it. Of course, if you just trying to find someone, and you don't already have anyone in mind, she may freak out a little if you do that, lol Gotta love the iPod suggestions, but *most* girls don't care about you giving them stuff, they just want you to be you. (at least that's how i feel... )Abstract said:Look into a girl's eyes, and it's like looking into her heart. She'll love you for it.