This week has marked two years since I right-swiped on my boyfriend and then decided to brave the prospect of him being a serial killer and meet him in person (it had been a long time since I’d been on a date, okay? To our mutual surprise, that worked out pretty well.To celebrate that, and the fact that taking all of Albus Dumbledore’s advice worked so well for me last time, I decided to spend the week leading up to our two-year anniversary trying some of the dating approaches outlined by characters in the is the official eighth story, but because I live in New Zealand and am not a millionaire, I will never get to see it. On the other hand, he once referred to “that flying sport with the Sneetches.” So we’ll see what his tolerance level for this experiment is.
Fred finds asking girls out a piece of cake, not because he seemingly has any special skills in that area, but just because he backs himself.My second problem – and I don’t want to be rude, but it must be addressed – is that the characters in the books are plenty good at lots of stuff, but for the most part, this does not include relationships.This makes sense; we do not all have to excel at everything (or at least that is the excuse I’ve always used).This is actually a double-win because it turns out he’d had a haircut, and I hadn’t noticed. Second is trying to replicate the incredible maneuver Ron pulls off during the Battle of Hogwarts, when he tells Harry and Hermione they can’t ask the house-elves to die for them, and – through showing that he cares deeply about what Hermione cares about – is rewarded with the kiss of a lifetime.This move is otherwise known as the “being a nice person” and is surprisingly easy to pull off.However, there are a couple of great pieces of advice I can take from Ron.
The first is compliments, so I carefully lay my groundwork by telling my boyfriend I like his hair.
You don’t expect a pro baller to also rock the theoretical physics.
Harry and his friends have spent a number of years locked up in a castle wearing robes while a creepy guy tries to kill them.
DAY 4: SEVERUS SNAPE In order to replicate Severus Snape’s dating model, I would need to have fallen in love with my boyfriend during childhood, joined a terror group in high school, found out my crush was about to get murdered by the head terrorist, turned spy in order to try and save him, failed to do that, and then spent the rest of my life pining after him while reluctantly keeping an eye on his kid. marks a substantial change in his fortune with the ladies.
I liken this to my tendency to google all of my boy problems, which unfortunately has never returned the same good results.
For every one of us who has ever put off a guy (or girl) by being just that wee bit too strange, this is tremendously reassuring.