A girl seemed really interested in me and texted me quite often, but when I tried to set up a meet a few times she made some excuses. Anyways I decided to move on so I deleted her on Facebook and deleted her number. We live about an hour away so I just felt like perusing her more wouldn't be a good idea. Then a few days ago she messaged me a huge message saying she liked me and wanted to go to prom with me and was really upset and mad at me for deleting her on FB. I really don't want to start chasing her and I think I might have blown it. Should I move on or try or salvage things? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
by Andrea Picarelli5 months ago
Hello Everyone, I made it to my 10th Hub and just got approved for Amazon and Google AdSense. I am disabled and cannot work a regular job. I do not make enough on Disability to pay rent, bills, and groceries. I tried...
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Does anyone have an experience with betta fish as pets? I'd love to get one, but I feel like I need more information. Any advice will be greatly appreciated.Thanks!
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