No matter how old people get, it never fails. People always search for that perfect relationship. That chance to actually ask out a girl is something most guys will not pass up.
People will spend Thanksgiving eating, drinking and being merry. However, with Christmas and Hanukkah around the corner, couples will also spend time reflecting on their relationships. Whether young or old, these couple will reminisce on the times they shared in 2013.
But, what about the single people who found what they think is their perfect match? What do they do during this time of year? There are always those dating sites like Match.com or eHarmony.com.
But, there is another way of doing it.
You all remember when you were a kid and you liked that pretty girl in school. English teacher? There’s no Eng…Oh wait. That’s right. We’re in class. I guess it’s time to use that one true method…the note.
You could try what this little boy did. He wrote a note to the girl he had a crush on. The note reads as follows…
“Dear Ashely, would you please be my girlfriend? I like you a lot.
Yes No Maybe
P.S. please put yes no or maybe.”
But, he probably did not get the response he was looking for. Here was her response…
“I’m sorry, I already have a boyfriend, Kyle. But when we break up you’re my next choice.
P.S. that will probably be in a month or two.”
So, let me get this straight. Little Ashely rejected the boy’s request. That’s fine. Everyone gets rejected from time to time. Everyone also has a significant other. That’s fine, as well.
The one to really feel bad for is not just the boy who asked out Ashely. It’s also Kyle. It seems that Ashely already has plans to break up with him.
But, here’s the issue: How old are these three kids?
You don’t always need to look for love. Sometimes, as in this case, guys put their heart on the line and, in turn, the girl does not take the time to think about how vulnerable the guy allows himself to be. It also sounds like some girls line up prospective mates. If something doesn’t work out, there’s always another option.
So, the next time you think about how lonely you are during the holidays, think two things: how well do I know that person? Just get to know people. Stop worrying about coupling up.