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Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by gurl xx, Dec 29, 2007.
we are just sensitive.thats why the guys are not perceptive compared with gals.
To me, if you just want to have fun, and social, you should not care too much about the game result. Overall, you just want to spend some time with him, and enjoy some quality time.
If you want to be competitive, you need to focus on the game itself. To me, if I want to play seriously, I only know 2 types of ppl on court - partner or opponents. Regardless that's my friends or not, gender, age, etc. Focus on the game, and consider everyone equally as "joe somebody".
Sorry to point this out, but too sensitive or emotional can be a weakness if not for the part of your heart, and would be difficult for one to accomplish the task. I know you might have been joking in the first place on a hypothetical scenario.
I just simply wish you gals, including gurl xx, be strong under these or any circumstances, and keep emotion out of things like playing badminton. After all, you're partnering with a guy on courts, not marrying him for life
There are a number of these types of posts popping up! Try playing mixed doubles againt him, that way you get to see him more!
I'd even challenge him for a singles. If he wins, ask him to be your tutor. If you win, do the same for him. So you got yourself a XD partner
Is it just me, or are a majority BCers clueless when it comes to these sort of topics ?
Are you asking us if you are clueless?
C'mon, I guess it is not possible for everyone to be as wise as you in these issues.
No , I was just saying that lately, some fellow BCers seem to be having a lot of problems with the opposite gender... like Brdy for example ....
hmm, that's a new definition of majority. Usually majority is thought of as greater than half the population.
Cheung, you seem more chatty (and picky) than usual . Or do I just not know you well enough yet ?
well, i do like him but i will never get a chance to go out with him..as my mum doesn't like him...
thats tough one.when it involves parents...i understand
when we are able to put aside feelings in formal's stuff,its maturity.
im on my way.but not for now.
Nahh, Coolest, it's just teenagers with hormones raging. But there have been more posts about problems with XD partners & partnership, from male & female BCer.
Stimes I cant fathom all this attraction business, etc, etc. A male player is well a human that play badminton, irregardless what he looks like, most important his baddy skills.
And good luck to gurl there, this is the modern times. Just ask the guy out for teh tarik or lunch at mamak stall. Go in a group. Talk abt badminton your fav players, baddy stuff. Hope your parents not so strict as to ban tea break sessions with guys.
Actually...eaglehelang is right!!!
Go out for mamak or a drink also wont harm also...and u will get benefits too...u can get to know him better too !!!
And plus...relationship closer ^^
u should be a good older sister.really.i mean it.n as a gal,u are advance ha??asking guy to go out.i mean to start it...quite hard.n do u agree if i said love is suck? dont have to even 'start it'..
i dunt ever asks this to happen...sometimes it make me feel that i'm not suits him as there're a huge gap between us..
come on man, everyone is equal. dun care about how your mom think, you are almost 18 and you have the right to do anything. if you really love him, then you should do something about it b4 other girls grab him
dun care about how your mum think??thats the last thing i will do.if u really love him,let he come to u.nobody can snatch him if he is really for u.yes,nanox.we are different.
i'm so stupid.. omg.. it's me who was having the day dreaming..he didn't care about me.. i was the one who loves him...