When she finally comes clean, he’s hurt, but eventually shows up at her debutante ball.It’s really nice to see Amanda out of that wig, and it’s really nice to see them together.As a friend, he will not only be aware of your personal weaknesses, but he will know how to respond to them in a way that is constructive to the relationship and to your desire to improve yourself.On that same note, you'll be aware of his bad fashion sense, his corny jokes, and his strange fondness for period pieces before you start dating him.
Didn’t you cheer when Rupert Grint and Emma Watson locked lips? In this new flick, Miley Cyrus gets dumped, but it turns out that might be the best thing for her love life. We’re not gonna go into the logistics of the time-space continuum to explain this, but 13-year-old Jenna is stuck in her future 30-year-old body (played by Jennifer Garner). When Brittany Snow’s character Kate moves to her new school, she quickly befriends a wild-haired Penn Badgley, who is John Tucker’s younger bro.
So if you're asking yourself, here are 5 reasons you absolutely should.1. Let's face it: during the first few months of dating someone new, it's easy to hold yourself together and pretend like you don't have a dark side (everybody has one).
You downplay your insecurities in hope that he won't see you as clingy, and you suppress the fact that you occasionally get moody, jealous, or pointlessly angry.
We’ve all heard the story before: one boy, one girl.
Super-attractive besties who should totally be together but for some reason haven’t made the leap from BFF to BF/GF. Quirky girls everywhere cheer for this ultimate reverse-order relationship.