Haha, the only available girls are ones that probably no one would want in real life anyway.
That Lauren and Jennifer are hot. But I doubt they'd be the ones wasting their time chatting online or whatnot.
And about girlfriends costing money.. it all depends. Some of the girls I've known, I just can't open my wallet fast enough. Others I don't even offer to pay for and then chuckle about it later to myself.
If you've seen that Seinfeld episode.. it's all about having the hand.
mtryanks12 wrote: It's much easier to actually get one, and it could be for free.
Dude, you will learn that friends are not even close to free. They will bleed you dry. Haha.
Remember, he is in 8th grade, so either one of the two things happens: #1, you don't go out long enough to do anything with her that actually costs money. #2, at our age we don't really pay for the s, we are still in middle school, not exactly ''serious'' relationships.
Pack, yeah you gotta pay for them in middle school. and at our school, the gir ls expect a lot from us guys, so they feel special and different from the other gi rls with guyfriends. man my money is going down teh drain. Is it the same way at your school??
Man,I'm glad I grew up when I did.All they wanted then was someone to be nice to them,walk them home,once in a blue moon you go get ice cream or a soda and maybe,maybe,if they were lucky a single carnation from the school Valentines day flower sale!So overall,a date would cost you like $6.Girls have sure come along way since watching these money hungry women on TV and the movies,huh?