Dating is weird
I waited a few days so as not to seem overeager, and then I wrote this:*Hey—don't know if you left for NYC, but Beach House is playing at Wiltern. Maybe they'll let you cover "The Motto" if we ask nicely? Yet we all sit alone, staring at this black screen with a whole range of emotions.Maybe I could cook Tanya dinner and try out that brick chicken recipe I'd been eager to attempt? I watched as those little i Phone dots popped up—the ones that tell you that someone's typing—but then THEY VANISHED. She's probably just crafting her perfectly witty response, I thought. If you don't believe me, check this out: In 1932 a sociologist at the University of Pennsylvania looked through 5,000 marriage licenses of people who lived in Philadelphia.
I would encourage you to be open to why your friends think he is weird.Ask them more questions, and try to be open to their answers.Another question I would like to ask is: "What do you parents think about this guy?Their world of wonder and awe, the way they see things you didn't notice before, look at things you never understood and question everything you thought you knew.They'll change your whole life without thinking twice about it.
Do you find yourself describing your girlfriend as weird or your boyfriend as absolutely insane? If you've found someone brave enough to be him or herself in this world of standardized proportions and fixed ideals, adore that person.