I would, but the only umbrella I own is huge, and I never seem to get around to buying a smaller one.
I'm not saying they're f****d up, because everybody's entitled to their own opinion. I'm just questioning the reasoning behind it so that I can understand why you're thinking like you do, and also you can think about why.
And if you undermine your own opinion nobody's going to believe you actually believe all that about not minding one little kiss, so don't do that.
In some cases cheating can surely help a relationship re-ignite a flame, it's true, but I don't think you should start out with that attitude because it can bite you in the a**.
And sometimes you simple aren't telling because it was a stupid mistake that shouldn't have happened. But when feeling are involved not only between the cheater and his/her partner, but between the two kissing, that's when you have a problem. And it seems as though you two might have such a problem on your hands. Which, as I might've mentioned, is not fair to the girl. Mentally unstable or not...
I didn't actually wish for anything. And when I wrote this post I was generally thinking of single guys/girls that just doesn't have the guts to tell you what they really feel. And yes, I wish he would tell me, not because I like him, but because I've tried basically everything else to get him to understand that it's not worth it - I'm not worth the trouble, because I'm not interested. But it's hard, because you don't want to embarass the person, and telling him you know is like confirming that he is so obvious it hurts. Because he hasn't realised that that's the case - I'm sure he knows, somewhere in his head, but refuses to admit that as well.
I can see what you mean, and one little kiss might not be that big of a deal. The reason I say might be, is because it's not only a kiss though, is it? If you've both come to the conclusion that there is something more going on, it's not just a kiss, no matter how drunk you were. I'm sure you probably wouldn't have done it if you were drunk, but how fair is it that you've both admitted your feelings to one another behind his girlfriends back? If she's mentally unstable he should in that case make sure she gets help, and then break it off -
That wasn't really what I meant, since it seems that this guy sort of told you. I'm talking about the guys/girls who give hints that are really obvious, so that everyone understands, but they never actually tell you straight out what's really going on. And this, even though you know fully well what's going on, thanks to everybody else, and the fact that he/she is so obvious.
Your 'relationship' with this guy though seems extremely complicated. My personal opinion is; if he says that he likes you, and you've told him you like him, but he can't leave his girlfriend, then he's not worth the trouble. Personally, I think he should have a pretty damn good reason to be going around kissing other girls (in this case you) and not telling his girlfriend, or breaking up with her. Unfortunately, the only reason to kiss another person when you're in a relationship is; none. Either you keep your lips to yourself, or you break up with your partner.
Confront him. Push him up against a wall (metaphorically speaking of course), and ask him what's going on so that you can come to a conclusion to either be together or act like it didn't happen.
Of course, that's just my personal opinion.
I've been thinking that too! There was this one teacher in literature... no pedagogical skill whatsoever! He stood there talking (and I'm studying to become an English teacher so, he lectured in English) and no matter how hard you tried, the only thing you heard was him repeating 'So on and so forth.' a dozen times, and even though you took notes you could still look at the notes afterwards and just go 'What the F is this?' because you had no idea. Completely worthless!
I've already thought of that. My first internship ended about two weeks ago. The teacher I had to follow... she was everything I know that I NEVER want to become. It was absolutely horrifying. But I know what you mean - it's better to be a hard ass. Not only will that gain respect, when it turns out you're not a complete ass, but it'll keep the students in check when they know the rules. I tried it out on one of the classes during my internship. I gave them a week for an assignment (their schedule is a bit weird, hard to explain) so it was due the day before another assignment they had (from the same course). They'd had the other assignment since September. Guess who got almost everything handed in and who didn't?
I hear ya sister!
I'm studying to become a teacher, so encountering the teachers that really shouldn't be is so extra annoying. All you keep thinking about are all the things that you NEVER want to do when you're a finished teacher, you know?
I know exactly what you mean. This particular class where the thought hit me was a lesson on ethics and moral. And that could be really interesting! But it was just "Eh..." which sucks. The only interesting part of the class were two of my classmates mouthing off about whether or not we should celebrate the end of a schoolyear in church...
I'm not saying that they are particularly complex. And I would like to claim that it's individual. The rest is just stereotyping.
I think I am that friend
Finally, someone who understands ^^,
Her title is not really up for a discussion, however, while we're on the topic; she should be referred to as A Queen seeing as (which someone so nicely pointed out) she is not a queen REGENT and will not be gaining the throne should Will die before her.
This had me laughing for 10 minutes straight though.. smartass joke. Me like ^^,
And that whole sentence was a bit of a joke, not a personal attack. Chill, people!