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Will Guys Think I'm Girlfriend Material If All I Do Is Smoke Pot? Ask a Pro

By The Betches

Dear Head Pro,


Last year I was in a long distance relationship but became really close to this guy at my college. Sure enough, he started to like me but my boyfriend got pissed and made me distance myself from him. We broke up over the summer and now that I'm back at school single, I realised what a Pro my friend is and would totally be okay with something happening between us. I have been hanging out with him, but I'm not sure if he's still into something happening between us. What should I do?

Sincerely,

Did I Miss Out?

Dear Miss Out,

Did he know you were in a relationship then? Does he know you’re single now? Because, that would be some important shit to know. If the answer to either of those is “no,” then he’s probably confused as to why you either stopped hanging out with him when he presumed you were single, or why you’re hanging out with him now when he assumes you’re not. Make it clear you’re single (casually, of course), and maybe flirt with him a little and see if he flirts back. That’s how relationships tend to work.


 

Head Pro/ Ultimate Bro,

Lets start off with the basics. You’re hilarious and give great advice. (Girl, I know)

Here’s where I need help. I am what you would call the ultimate friend. Not because of any reason other than I love to hang out with some cool bros. Girls typically don’t want to smoke some bowls, chill, and LOL at funny shit that’s on tv (KUWTK is NOT funny shit).. I’m in finishing up my senior year in college and I feel like my options are slimming (I’m being a lil dramatic) because the thought of the real world is more dreadful than thinking of Miley Cyrus’ twerking. Anyway, I’m the girl everyone says is going to be married first out of our friends or the girl that all the dudes say are going to end up with the coolest bro ever, but is that just total bullshit?

I've been single for a while and feel so out of the loop. Everyone keeps saying don't stress you are young, but that's just the most annoying advice ever. I’m a girl that hates to lose in anything- yet I’m not willing to be aggressive, throw myself at a dude for him to see that I’m into him or like constantly demand a guys attention. Just doesn’t seem cool. Am I doing it wrong? Some people say you have to show your interested by starting conversations with them every now and then but then others say the chase is all guys want.. which true? Is waiting for a guy to text you an outdated southern thing? SO many questions.

Help a girl out and write a book. We'd all read it. (Girl, I know)

Sincerely,

Sluts ALWAYS Prosper

Dear Sluts,

No, it’s not a good idea to “throw” yourself at guys, but yeah, maybe striking up a conversation and asking them about themselves instead of sitting on the couch drinking beer and making fart noises with your mouth would go a long way every once in a while. Also, there’s nothing wrong at all with sharing a lot of interests with guys, but it would help if there was at least SOME separation. I mean, I fucking love watching “Four Weddings,” but it’s not like I volunteer that information to every girl I meet. If you want to be pursued, then you have to put yourself in a position where the pursuit is necessary. Hanging out and ripping bong hits with bros all the time doesn’t exactly paint you as an object of desire. Mix it up a bit.

Also, don’t stress, you are young.


 

Hey Head Pro,

For almost a year I’ve had an on-again, off-again thing with this guy I genuinely adore. We broke up when he left but stayed in contact and whenever he’s been in town we’ve reconnected, although maintained that we aren’t in a relationship again.  During our “off” time I’ve hooked up with a few other guys, but now we’re going to be in the same place at the same time for a few weeks so I decided I wouldn’t be with anyone else.

Honestly, I don’t want to be, but we both agree that an LDR would be too difficult. However, this past weekend I got too drunk and emotional, and ended up in bed with a gorgeous but random guy at a frat party. I stopped it before we had sex of any sort, but I can’t shake this guilty feeling, especially because all of my friends assumed we did have sex and this time I think it’s going to get back to him. He’s sensitive and doesn’t get out as much as me and while I regret what happened, I feel that technically I’m not at fault (but I recognize that emotions are more complicated than technicalities).

Pretty much, I’m afraid of his reaction and don’t know how to deal with the situation.  Should I breech the topic with him and hope honesty helps fix my mistake, or hope he doesn’t hear about it? Thus far we haven’t discussed who we’re doing on our time apart, so maybe this just falls under that category and I’m over thinking it?

Thanks for reading, I hope it wasn’t too long.

Konfused

Dear Konfused (please never make me type that again),

Your friends are probably eager as hell for him to find out so you’ll finally stop talking to them about your fake fucking boyfriend. Seriously, no one else takes your LDR seriously, especially when you aren’t even really with the guy. Him being in the same place for a short time is a matter of happenstance and convenience, and yet you’re trying to psych yourself into being a born-again virgin. It’s not your responsibility to admit anything to him because it’s none of his business anyway. If he finds out, great. That’s one less over-sensitive sissy clogging up your facebook feed.

Got a problem that you need someone with a penis to sort out? Email Head Pro at [email protected] and maybe you'll finally stop bitching. 

Dear Head Pro,

Last year I was in a long distance relationship but became really close to this guy at my college. Sure enough, he started to like me but my boyfriend got pissed and made me distance myself from him. We broke up over the summer and now that I'm back at school single, I realised what a Pro my friend is and would totally be okay with something happening between us. I have been hanging out with him, but I'm not sure if he's still into something happening between us. What should I do?

Sincerely,

Did I Miss Out?

Dear Miss Out,

Did he know you were in a relationship then? Does he know you’re single now? Because, that would be some important shit to know. If the answer to either of those is “no,” then he’s probably confused as to why you either stopped hanging out with him when he presumed you were single, or why you’re hanging out with him now when he assumes you’re not. Make it clear you’re single (casually, of course), and maybe flirt with him a little and see if he flirts back. That’s how relationships tend to work.


 

Head Pro/ Ultimate Bro,

Lets start off with the basics. You’re hilarious and give great advice. (Girl, I know)

Here’s where I need help. I am what you would call the ultimate friend. Not because of any reason other than I love to hang out with some cool bros. Girls typically don’t want to smoke some bowls, chill, and LOL at funny shit that’s on tv (KUWTK is NOT funny shit).. I’m in finishing up my senior year in college and I feel like my options are slimming (I’m being a lil dramatic) because the thought of the real world is more dreadful than thinking of Miley Cyrus’ twerking. Anyway, I’m the girl everyone says is going to be married first out of our friends or the girl that all the dudes say are going to end up with the coolest bro ever, but is that just total bullshit?

I've been single for a while and feel so out of the loop. Everyone keeps saying don't stress you are young, but that's just the most annoying advice ever. I’m a girl that hates to lose in anything- yet I’m not willing to be aggressive, throw myself at a dude for him to see that I’m into him or like constantly demand a guys attention. Just doesn’t seem cool. Am I doing it wrong? Some people say you have to show your interested by starting conversations with them every now and then but then others say the chase is all guys want.. which true? Is waiting for a guy to text you an outdated southern thing? SO many questions.

Help a girl out and write a book. We'd all read it. (Girl, I know)

Sincerely,

Sluts ALWAYS Prosper

Dear Sluts,

No, it’s not a good idea to “throw” yourself at guys, but yeah, maybe striking up a conversation and asking them about themselves instead of sitting on the couch drinking beer and making fart noises with your mouth would go a long way every once in a while. Also, there’s nothing wrong at all with sharing a lot of interests with guys, but it would help if there was at least SOME separation. I mean, I fucking love watching “Four Weddings,” but it’s not like I volunteer that information to every girl I meet. If you want to be pursued, then you have to put yourself in a position where the pursuit is necessary. Hanging out and ripping bong hits with bros all the time doesn’t exactly paint you as an object of desire. Mix it up a bit.

Also, don’t stress, you are young.


 

Hey Head Pro,

For almost a year I’ve had an on-again, off-again thing with this guy I genuinely adore. We broke up when he left but stayed in contact and whenever he’s been in town we’ve reconnected, although maintained that we aren’t in a relationship again.  During our “off” time I’ve hooked up with a few other guys, but now we’re going to be in the same place at the same time for a few weeks so I decided I wouldn’t be with anyone else.

Honestly, I don’t want to be, but we both agree that an LDR would be too difficult. However, this past weekend I got too drunk and emotional, and ended up in bed with a gorgeous but random guy at a frat party. I stopped it before we had sex of any sort, but I can’t shake this guilty feeling, especially because all of my friends assumed we did have sex and this time I think it’s going to get back to him. He’s sensitive and doesn’t get out as much as me and while I regret what happened, I feel that technically I’m not at fault (but I recognize that emotions are more complicated than technicalities).

Pretty much, I’m afraid of his reaction and don’t know how to deal with the situation.  Should I breech the topic with him and hope honesty helps fix my mistake, or hope he doesn’t hear about it? Thus far we haven’t discussed who we’re doing on our time apart, so maybe this just falls under that category and I’m over thinking it?

Thanks for reading, I hope it wasn’t too long.

Konfused

Dear Konfused (please never make me type that again),

Your friends are probably eager as hell for him to find out so you’ll finally stop talking to them about your fake fucking boyfriend. Seriously, no one else takes your LDR seriously, especially when you aren’t even really with the guy. Him being in the same place for a short time is a matter of happenstance and convenience, and yet you’re trying to psych yourself into being a born-again virgin. It’s not your responsibility to admit anything to him because it’s none of his business anyway. If he finds out, great. That’s one less over-sensitive sissy clogging up your facebook feed.

Got a problem that you need someone with a penis to sort out? Email Head Pro at [email protected] and maybe you'll finally stop bitching. 




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