Boyfriend

You have a boyfriend. Well I must stay I certainly disappointed, but I know how nice it is to have someone who can fulfill your every desire, exactly the way you need it fulfilled, who can communicate with you at the deepest core of your being, exactly the way you need to be communicated with. And since it's obvious that's the case here, might I inquire when is the wedding? I mean, since he's meeting EVERY DESIRE you have, exactly the way YOU NEED IT FULFILLED, you must be planning on marriage, right. That way you can spend the REST OF YOUR LIFE, just with him, forever and ever and ever. That's so sweet.

SOLUTION: pay respectful attention to him and immediately tell him an anecdote. befriend him. Then ask, "so how do you know eachother? how long?" This is valuable information. You need it. The fact that she is friends with him means she respects him - you should too. Don't put him down nor disrespect him by ignoring him. That's lame.

if you think your boyfriend would feel threatened by your meeting new people maybe we shouldn't bother getting to know eachother.

"I didn't even ASK if you had a BOYFRIEND. Im confused - you don't have to feel insecure around me ... I know some women with enough love in their hearts for TWO boyfriends"

SHE: I have a boyfriend.

YOU: If you think your boyfriend would feel THREATENED by your meeting new people maybe we shouldn't bother getting to FREELY know eachother.

THINGS TO DO (NOT A DATE) "I have my boyfriend on the line."

You reply, "Do you like cheesecake? Do you? with raspberries? If I get a small cheesecake, would you like to share it with me? Im really craving cheesecake."

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