if the girl likes the boy then say yes and if your parents are square dont tell them
If you're currently dating and he asks out another girl that's HORRIBLE. Dump him.
I love you because of your personality, your beauty ,your strong will power and zeal is the best reply you should give to a girl who asks you why you love her.
tell himwhat your wearing gosh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
If someone underage asks for sex you should respectfully decline. Sex with someone who has not reached the age of consent is unlawful.
if he asks you it means that he probably likes you...so you should come clean and tell him you lied and you really do like him.
Well if he asks you out, you should hug after the moment. Don't just kiss at the first moment.
age has nothing to do with it.but i say you wait it out. and if she asks you come clean but if she doesn't then keep it on the low
At 5th grade you are too young to date. The first thing you do is talk to your parents. I suspect you may all ready know how your parents feel about dating at your age ( I know I did) and you all ready have an answer. Tell the boy you have to get permission before you can give him an answer.
What you should do is it depends what grade you are in, but play hard to get and say no if he asks you out. If he keeps trying you know he really likes you so if you want say yes the second time
You don't. You're in 5th grade. Or kiss her instead. i kissed some one too.....my 97 year old grandma on the lips but come on big deal she asks for some sugar and i give her some sugar muh muh muh
if you like him then say yes
As long as you do not have another boyfriend and you still like your first boyfriend at least as a friend then go to the Valentine's Day Dance and have fun. If you already have a boyfriend then you should only go to the dance with your present boyfriend.
When a fifth grader asks me vocabulary questions, I vocalize my displeasure.
see if the guy you like likes you back and asks your panters frist or just go out with them with your panters not knowing
The Fifth Amendment protects the right to avoid incriminating yourself. A defendant can plead the Fifth Amendment if a lawyer asks a question that the defendant would incriminate himself or herself by answering truthfully.