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Check social networking.
Look for that one missing article that you need to complete the quad of articles required for your nutritional science term paper, which, by the way, you need an amazing grade on.
You recalculate your grades, just to make sure what appears on that form looks good and that you are on the right track for getting out of the college that's been giving you so much misery this past year.
You read interestingly written articles on Thought Catalog.
You wonder if you should get that cookie.
And if the person does not respond quickly, you go to your class and stalk the teacher that you need a grade from.
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1. We can watch the same bizarre television shows together. He likes South Park, I love it. Almost every show he shows me, I enjoy. Right now, I'm checking out Arrested Development because it's one of his favorites. And we have similar humor. I mean, sure, it's hard to get a guy to like My Little Pony or The Vampire Diaries, but he's slowly starting to accept that it makes me cheerful and it's going to be a topic in conversation.
2. He's soft-spoken. He's one of those guys that you never would have guessed had an awesome personality if you didn't make the first steps and started talking to him. That's kind of the story of me and him. And I'm so glad I kind of creepily clung to him after that one lunch with friends from class. But he's really shy and it's pretty endearing. And, this will sound awful, makes me feel comfortable that me and him share this secret of his personality and that I won't have to compete for attention--either from him or other people.
3. We listen to the same music. Like, exactly the same music. I show him an indie band, he shows me techno and our musical tastes are both enriched by the exchange. We go to concerts together, have a great time, and then sit on stoops and talk about how good it was. We've done this three times so far. And each concert gets better.
4. He's there for me when I need him. Sure, last weekend and the days leading up that was an issue, but there are countless times when something at a party or hang out went totally wrong and for some reason or other, I'm scared or in tears and he's there. He's on the phone, taking a break from his party until I feel better.
5. The way he makes me laugh. Usually when he writes something funny, it's gut-wrenching laughter. The most recent I can think of is everytime I say something like "I miss your face." And he responds with "me too." And I'm like "damn, boy." And he says "Yep, I miss my face all the time." And then we laugh and endorphines are released and life is good. He's a pretty funny dude, but see point number 2.
6. He enjoys my baking. I haven't baked a nonvegan pastry in forever. And now that I have to eat mostly gluten-free, the Babycakes pastry book has been overly convenient. And most people like their pastries to be milk-full and egg-full. But he enjoys mine. And there's no more awesome feeling in regards to cooking when the person you're dating, who you spend time baking and planning meals for, enjoys eating them.
7. The way we snuggle. Not going to lie, the first time I went to sleepover at his room in Poland, I was worried snuggling might be uncomfortable. He's six feet tall and is a bean pole. But he is just so much taller and longer than I that he basically forms a crescent around my small frame. And he just holds me so close. Like, I can feel his chin on my shoulder. The best feeling: when he kisses my shoulder before falling asleep and upon waking. It's just so comforting and I can't wait to enjoy it in two weeks.
8. He's a computer science major, I suck at computer science, and we get along perfectly. People have asked us what we talk about. But there are things pertaining to majors, such as future plans, that transcend dislike and disinterest. And honestly, I find it completely adorable when he gushes over his computer architecture class.
9. He lets us do our own thing. He likes driving around with his friends, I like watching hulu with mine. He goes to parties, I stay in and watch shows and blog. We totally respect each other's time spending. As long as some contact is maintained. Like, when we party, we call each other to feel like we're enjoying the experience together. And we giggle at the silly things that are happening and it isn't too obnoxious. Except for when we get to the slurry part. Then it gets completely obnoxious. And now to round out the list...
10. He is really attractive. What can I say? Like most normal girlfriends, I am attracted to my boyfriend. He's tall, lean, handsome, has gorgeous eyes, and a great personality. What's not to like?
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I want to make the way I'm feeling like something brokenly beautiful. Like there's something glamorous about sitting in on a Saturday night, reading your psychology like it's The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo and remembering as many details of both books. My phone's off so even if there were more exciting things happening tonight, I'm wholly unaware. I'll just pretend I'm content watching South Park and reading psych. Because it's the only emotionally-neutral thing I'm doing tonight. Besides, you know, trying to not think about the fact that my boyfriend hasn't reached out to me in a day. Or has been acting like much of a boyfriend in general. I need to disappear so he can remember me. But maybe he won't. I don't think he will. And that's what I have to ignore. And the writers of Thought Catalog would make this sound a whole lot more fucking beautiful.
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