By Rachel - 01/03/2012 21:43 - United States
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No, he's probably saying that she should sneak her way into a male choir if possible because male choirs are better. As a girl in choir I agree, if the choir directors at my school thought I was a guy, I would definitely make the most of it by sneaking into men's choir. He's not telling her to give up her choir dreams.
You should start wearing dresses to school so people don't get confused.
Lemme get this straight, op should change who she is for other people? That's not right at all, she is who she is and if people can't tell the difference well then that's their problem. Op be true to ur self and if u want to change make sure it because it's what u want and not because of anyone else:-) !
It's weird that upon first meeting you he'd inquire about your relationship with your friend anyway.
Except asking about her girlfriend/relationship status is quite personal. An appropriate question would be like "So why'd you want to join the choir?" or "What kind of work do you do?" "Is so-and-so your girlfriend" makes me suspicious that he's into said supposed girlfriend.
WTF. YDI if you are goth or have a very short haircut. Otherwise, your life sucks.
Yep. Agreed. I've had short hair my entire life. And I've been mistaken for a boy several times, but I've become indifferent because I love my short hair. As you can see by my profile picture, I'm clearly a girl. Did that stop people from mistaking me for a boy? No. And did THAT make me grow my hair out? Nope.
Statistically speaking, most men like women with long hair. When I see girls with short hair, I assume that they're lesbian (unless of course they have cancer). Let's look at 29 for example. She doesn't look bad, but I personally think that she would look better with long hair. And goth people are just goth for attention. Look that statistic up too.