However, if you have the hots for the cute, quiet guy in IT, he may be totally into you, but be too shy to do anything. Mostly because they’re afraid of rejection and don’t want to put themselves out there. Type A men know that they need to ask out women, and are usually adept at doing so.Anyway, after a function we all get home very drunk and he receives a text from her complaining that she is incredibly horny and upset because the batteries in her vibrator have run out and wanted to know if he could help her.So being the genius that he is, he takes two AA batteries out of his XBOX controller, walks to her dorm, slips them under the door and yells out ‘you’re welcome.'” “My ex once had a cute bubbly female friend of his come over.— Miles away Dear Miles away, There's no crystal ball that can predict how long a relationship (long-distance or not) will last, but your current feelings may offer some clues about what the future holds for you and your friend.For some couples, distance is a deal-breaker that brings the relationship to a close; however, for others, absence really does make the heart grow fonder.A statement released on Wednesday said: "It is with a heavy heart that we are writing to inform you that Loveshack and My House are now closed.
But there are some men who don’t embrace these traditional roles – not because they’re iconoclasts or neo-feminists, but simply because they’re shy or insecure.Despite how hard it is to be far away from someone you care about, distance can be a blessing in disguise.Proximity can lead us to take people for granted, whereas being apart allows us to know someone in a truly different way.-ly not getting the hint from girls who were, in retrospect, blatantly interested in them.It just goes to prove that even if you think you’re being embarrassingly forward, like, if-this-were-any-clearer-I-could-get-arrested forward, guys “He had been keen on this one girl who had been flirting with him for weeks, and as we all lived on res at Uni, they were always bumping into one another.
Is your relationship still fulfilling, or would you be happier on your own?