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#11849 - thatonechik (07/10/2012) [-]
Me and my bf have nothing to talk about anymore.. It's starting to get real boring with him. I love him, but the awkward silences are terrible. help?   
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Me and my bf have nothing to talk about anymore.. It's starting to get real boring with him. I love him, but the awkward silences are terrible. help?
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User avatar #11966 to #11849 - negativeone (07/10/2012) [-]
Be spontaneous! Do something you two never do. Go to a carnival, arcade, movies, or chili festival. Anything that has fun things to do, this might help you.
User avatar #11852 to #11849 - robskul (07/10/2012) [-]
find things to talk about, if you got nothing, make things, do something you wouldn't normally do (together of course). Start going to the bowling alley once in a while, go out to dinner. You could also get into something together, like start watching the same show, play the same game, read the same book, make things to talk/do about if you really want to stay together

ps: try not to overuse the word "love" too much, helps so much in the long run
User avatar #11854 to #11852 - thatonechik (07/10/2012) [-]
thank you for the advice. one thing: im curious as to why I should avoid 'love'.. i dont use it too often, just saying goodbye and such
User avatar #11861 to #11854 - robskul (07/10/2012) [-]
well, this is from personal experience
me and my ex used to say we love each other every waking minute, I figured we were a new couple so i didnt think of it much. Two years later, saying "i love you" was like saying a plain "hey" we both felt that way, i think thats another thing that led to the break up
User avatar #11875 to #11861 - profarnsworth (07/10/2012) [-]
See the reason saying i love you two years later felt so pointless is because you started saying i love you when you probably didn't mean or feel that way. I see kids in high school or even younger say i love you to each other after like a month. Sure they may have strong feelings for the person but thats not love. Love is something that transcends all emotion and feelings. Love is something indescribable yet every good thing describes it. You won't know after a month if you love someone, it takes a long time to truely get to know and understand someone before you love them. The first girl i ever told that i loved her i knew for over a year and spent almost everyday with her, sure things didn't work out between us but sometimes thats life. Yet i can still say to this day that i truely did love her even though we aren't together and i don't ever see us being together i did fall in love with this girl. And it wasn't after a month or three it was after almost a year of knowing and being around her. That is the best way i can describe love. I don't throw the word love around when im telling it to someone, when i say it i mean it. Thats the difference between most people, they don't understand or have never felt what love truely is.
User avatar #11877 to #11875 - robskul (07/10/2012) [-]
yeah, i figured it out AFTER we broke up
i think i can honestly say i did have some feeling for the girl, even if it wasn't "love" i still felt something, sometimes i still wish we were together, even though i know it would never work, live and learn i guess
User avatar #11865 to #11861 - thatonechik (07/10/2012) [-]
oh okay I wouldnt want that to lose it's meaning. thanks
User avatar #11868 to #11865 - robskul (07/10/2012) [-]
no problem, glad i could help
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