Aquavoice

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  1. New Members-Girls Only

    Hi Sally! I am new to WTM and I am also a waiter. =) Nice meeting you and I hope we have great times here.
  2. Why Did He Act So Differently from Before?

    Thanks, Tev. I guess everyone has two sides. Another question for you: Under what circumstances, would you try to act mature and "older" in front of a girl? When would a guy call a girl of same age "kid" or "little girl"? I hope he is not seeing me as a childish person.
  3. Birthday Gift!

    Hi SnowWhite, I can't give you a list of the gift ideas because everyone is unique, but I'd love to give some guidelines or practical criteria of selecting good gifts for your prince. 1. Think about what he loves and wants. Has he longed for something and told you about that? - Yeah, that's obvious. 2. Consider his personality and hobbies. You can try picturing him opening/playing/looking at it. If that mental picture seems awkward, you might want to scratch it out from your idea list. - LOL 3. Get him something personalized and unique. It would be best if it could link to your shared beautiful memories. I got my best guy friend (duh =P) a nice mental pen engraved with his name and encouraging words which I've said to him during an important event. This cool and serious friend got so excited and I saw his hands shaking when he saw the engravings. 4. Plan a memorable event. Share some private time together can be relationship-enhancing. Try your best to make him feel special and loved. =) 5. Handcraft something yourself. Make something he can keep for a long time. Write down your feelings. The key is to make it all warm and fuzzy. Most importantly, it was made BY YOU! How special! Hope this helps. =D
  4. asking a guy out

    I have the same question as you do....and high fives on the "shameless FB stalking"! LOL Best luck to you!
  5. Being the VP of my area's Toastmasters Club (public speaking club), I became J's mentor. After about a year and a half of working closely and spending time together with J, we became good friends. J is a shy and somewhat introverted gentleman but can open up more when he is with close friends. He generally has a serious face and seems very calm and quiet in front of other people. J is one month older than me. A few months ago, J started behaving very differently from before, especially outside of club meetings. I saw a completely different side of J when we went for a dinner. To my biggest surprise, he started teasing me (in a friendly way), throwing hilarious jokes, and calling me a "kid" or "kiddo". Sometimes he would call me "little girl" or "little Liz (my name)" when we were alone. Now, even though I am his mentor in public speaking, I feel that he is helping me more in many other areas. In addition, in various ways (explicit or subtle), J suggested that he is mature and mentioned "I am older than you" quite a few times. Why would he do this and what did he expect me to say? Why did his behaviour change so much? I'm also curious about why he would call me a kid. I'd like to hear what you guys think. Thanks a lot in advance.