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dunno why everybody is implying that because he's young, he can't really be in love
i mean, come on. i remember reading this news article about 2 kids that fell in love when they were 4, and grew up dating each other and then got married, and when the husband died, the wife stayed a widow til she died
how old you are doesn't determine whether or not you can really be in love. a 10 year old could be more in love with his 10 year old girlfriend than a 35 year old married couple
let him do what he wants. assuming he's young, he isn't gonna go all out anyway. let him spend that $50 or whatever it may be, you don't run his life
sounds like a bad teen movie
here's a test: move in together, if you can stand each others bad habits after 3 months and still have the urge to buy her expensive gifts, nice dinners and marathon sex, then you've found love
Edit: fail for whoever that failed me. i thought this was pretty obvious! early in the relationship, dude wants to keep her longer, gets her a ring! a ring symbolizes a more longer relationship. either that, or the girl is a gold digger!
Last edited by C.Dub; 01-27-2010 at 02:44 PM.
Reason: fail fail
You say your friend asked your opinion. You gave it. Now he's making his own decision about his life. Just because he asked for your opinion does not mean he's going to or has to agree with it. Stay a good friend and let him know your opinion, but that it's still up to him to decide to do what he wants in 'his' life.
a $200 gift after 6 months doesnt sound that out of place to me
It's the cost of a really nice dinner, which combined with valentines day and the duration of their relationship seems appropriate especially if things are going well.
Yes he may be setting the bar higher for future gifts, but it doesnt mean the next one would have to be $1000 value or something
hmm well...my bf bought a pair of rings for the both of us when we hit the six months line, and well, we're still together right now and it's been 2 years..and well now we know we're both right for each other and everything's all planned out for the future..
i guess its different for everyone, maybe your friend will end up like me and my bf. plus i'm not the type of materialistic girl that looks for pricey gifts and such, so maybe...just MAYBE she isnt one either =) we never know
just let him do his thing, plus like all the people above have said, let him learn through the process of this relationship for better or for worse. It's his life & not yours. If he fucks up, he'll remember that you've warned him and that you're a great friend =)
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