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    He's heartbroken! And I don't know what to tell him

    His first crush is this girl that's pretty, shy and just nice. When he found out that she was going out with someone else he was so depressed, and he hasn't been able to shake it in he last 2 weeks. He's 15, quite shy and doesn't go out much (most lads in his year are little *****, so he doesn't like them), and he had JUST worked up the courage to ask her out.

    Please can you give me something to say to him?
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    he will find the perfect girl at the right time, dont worry (:
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    Tell him that girls are *****es.
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    Representin' Cheshire, I see :awesome: Two options:

    "There's plenty more fish in the sea. All you need is some time for your wounds to heal and you'll find somebody better, honest"

    Or

    "FFS, you're FIFTEEN. LIFE GOES ON"
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    (Original post by not-another-number)
    Tell him that girls are *****es.
    This.
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    He's 15.

    /thread
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    Tell him he's a BIG POPPA
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQ27AM3RTv8
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    Tell him he's a troll.

















    :awesome:
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    He'll find the right girl, someday
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    Tell him the mustard and ketchup story.

    Some girls like the other and vice versa.
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    Bless! You could leave him to it, as he'll get over it eventually, but you seem really concerned, so just tell him that he's still young, and if she can't see him for what he is, then it's her loss isn't it!
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    Assassinate the boyfriend.
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    Depends on your morals, but theres always telling him to take what he wants .
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    Well, he has plucked up the courage to ask one girl out, so why not another? Just encourage him to get some mates, get out more and meet girls - then ask them out, it's not hard
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    (Original post by weirdwakkidolli)
    Bless! You could leave him to it, as he'll get over it eventually, but you seem really concerned, so just tell him that he's still young, and if she can't see him for what he is, then it's her loss isn't it!
    Wish somebody told me that!!..all is good now though
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    I think its really nice that a sister would go this far
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    Tell him the following:


    "Listen, *****es be crazy so don't you be trippin ova dese dumb hoes cause you know how da sayin goes bro......it's always broes befo hoes....bros befo hoes.....peace....."
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    (Original post by Ah.Cheesecake.)
    He's heartbroken! And I don't know what to tell him

    His first crush is this girl that's pretty, shy and just nice. When he found out that she was going out with someone else he was so depressed, and he hasn't been able to shake it in he last 2 weeks. He's 15, quite shy and doesn't go out much (most lads in his year are little *****, so he doesn't like them), and he had JUST worked up the courage to ask her out.

    Please can you give me something to say to him?
    Thanks
    tell him that the important thing was he plucked up the courage to ask her out. because second time round it will be easier.

    other than that, tell him to become involved with something else heavily for a while. like does he play football if so play til his legs hurt. it will take his mind off of it.
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    Get over it and **** like a nutter.
 
 
 
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