Jonas Brothers Found New Song Chicago

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WATCH vidoes under! + a new song called ‘The World’.

Blanda is there w/ Papa Jonas and a fan said she looks ‘very pretty. Thx Carrie K!

UPDATE: Jonas Brothers new album name is ‘V’ Roman number for ’5′.







  • Anonymous

    All if their new songs sound so repetitive. All they sang was found found found. Same with let’s go, and neon. I know it might be soon to judge but seriously neon literally was like……give me a sign neon neon neon. Neon neon neon. Give me a sign neon. Really? That’s what took you so long?

  • Anonymous

    Uh

  • Anonymous

    If I were Nick I would sing the song cause it seems to piss her off. It’s his song. He even said it was originally a song he wrote with his brothers and he changed it around (obviously so she could put her name on another song she didn’t write). His song. His talent. People like it and want to hear it.

  • Anonymous

    They sang more songs aside from “Found”, think “What Do I mean to You” is my favorite song so far.

  • Anonymous

    Oh and The World sounds good so far. The songs are better than Pom Poms and First Time. Wonder who is choosing singles…

  • Anonymous

    I think Found is about Blanda.

  • Anonymous

    i love What Do I mean to You
    the sound its so different and all them 3 play the guitar on stage.
    Joe played piano on The World
    Btw the album is called V (five in roman not vagina)

  • Anonymous
  • Anonymous

    The girl that was at the concert with Miss Illinois just posted it https://twitter.com/maljuris/status/355173864793321472
    Then it https://twitter.com/maljuris/status/355178096703447041
    Seems like Nick’s into this miss because he followed her this morning on twitter.

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous said:
    If I were Nick I would sing the song cause it seems to piss her off. It’s his song. He even said it was originally a song he wrote with his brothers and he changed it around (obviously so she could put her name on another song she didn’t write). His song. His talent. People like it and want to hear it.
    —————–

    I don’t think Miley cares about Nick at this point in her life.

  • Anonymous

    Where’s Blanda?

  • Anonymous
  • Anonymous

    The World (sounds like another old song I like)
    http://instagram.com/p/bm_BlZuMux/

  • Anonymous

    People have been complaining that the concerts needed a newer feel. Well, from just these few videos, it looks like they got their wish. I like what I’m seeing and hearing. Just wish they were able to get themselves more motivated to attract new fans and keep the old ones from straying. Cause they are truly talented.

  • Anonymous

    Now Joe needs to grow his hair out just a bit and shave. He looks SO arabic with this look and like Jesus.

  • Anonymous

    omg papa jonas lost weight, he looks so sexy now.

  • Anonymous

    Everybody is talking about them singing Before the Storm. I really like this new version with Nick and Joe blending their voices. They really sound great together. Since Kevin will be busy with a new baby for a while, Nick and Joe should work on the creation of a Broadway play. Would love to see both of them on Broadway in the same show.

  • Anonymous

    That girl saying she got nicks number is lying

  • Anonymous

    Saw lots of positive tweets in regards to tonight. How hot the guys are in person & how the show was amazing.

  • Anonymous

    @reeemxo: @joejonas I loved melting in your chocolate eyes today #imnotweird

    @reeemxo: @nickjonas loved meeting you today and loved being front row…

    @KASEY_dia: Ps joe Jonas walked like 10 ft past me in the flesh, he is a real person #died

  • Anonymous

    The girl saying that she got nick’s number were at the concert with miss illinois tonight.. Maybe she did got his number… Maybe from her friend miss illinois.. Nick followed her.. Maybe they changed number….
    I Wonder what happens next because the tweet girl is not nick’s type and miss illinois have bf.

  • Anonymous

    sorry but joe jonas dosent look like arab dont made up things about him please sweety dont put ridiculous comments thats comes out to your mind moron

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  • Anonymous

    Fans are really stupid, who cares if Nick sings BTS, it’s just a good song (way better than wedding bells btw) just like when Nick sings Stay doesn’t mean he’s getting back with Selena or Joe singing Much Better doesn’t mean he’s still bashing Taylor and praising Camilla. *eyeroll*

    and the whole Blanda being there drama is so ridiculous, who cares if she’s there or not. She’s really dedicated tho if she flew from Zurich to Chicago just to see her boo boo

  • Anonymous

    Jul 10, 2013 @ 07:44 pm
    Anonymous said:
    Fans are really stupid, who cares if Nick sings BTS, it’s just a good song (way better than wedding bells btw) just like when Nick sings Stay doesn’t mean he’s getting back with Selena or Joe singing Much Better doesn’t mean he’s still bashing Taylor and praising Camilla. *eyeroll*

    and the whole Blanda being there drama is so ridiculous, who cares if she’s there or not. She’s really dedicated tho if she flew from Zurich to Chicago just to see her boo boo

    if he sings bts hes seeking attention obviously. Jonas brothers are irrelevant without miley

  • Anonymous

    I was there on stage in Chicago and she wasn’t. Stop spread rumors

  • GirlFromYourDreams

    AWWW! Honey! I am Sooo sorry about that! What he did I mean.

    And You aren’t stupid! It’s just normal

    —————

    He just egged me on and I fell in love but he never loved me. I would just wait hope that he would but he never did, and I really don’t want to deal with it any more (hence See No More) But I do love him and don’t want anyone else (Hence Wedding Bells).

    And No I’m pretty sure I looked stupid. Sure people had one or two tears but I was hysterical, hyperventilating, ruin you makeup type of crying. I’m sure I looked like a idiot and they were like ‘whats wrong with that girl’ But thanks :-)

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous said:

    “Wedding Bells” followed by “See No More” was pure genius. I usually don’t react at concerts: I don’t scream, sing, jump, or cry. I just watch. But do to recent events both song really hit me. I still love him but I want nothing to do with him.

    I was blubbering like a baby.

    I’m sure I looked stupid right up against the barricade having a breakdown while everyone was just enjoying the songs.
    ___________________

    My life in someone else’s words! :(

    I don’t think you’re “stupid” at all. In fact, you are not alone. Don’t despair, maybe it will all turn around, and if not, maybe it just wasn’t meant to be. If it is, however, and if he really matters to you, you will find a way to work everything out between the two of you.

    God never leaves you alone out in the rain. He won’t forsake you and leave you lost and forgotten – something will subsequently happen or, on the contrary, someone else may eventually come along that is a better match. (I’m “stuck in neutral,” too.)

    Only He knows about those things, but for now, don’t lose your hope in change.

  • Anonymous

    He just egged me on and I fell in love but he never loved me. I would just wait hope that he would but he never did, and I really don’t want to deal with it any more (hence See No More) But I do love him and don’t want anyone else (Hence Wedding Bells).

    And No I’m pretty sure I looked stupid. Sure people had one or two tears but I was hysterical, hyperventilating, ruin you makeup type of crying. I’m sure I looked like a idiot and they were like ‘whats wrong with that girl’ But thanks Smile
    _______________________________

    Sometimes you need to get angry, scream, or cry (in private) to get over feelings of hurt. Talking to others, talking to God – this is what heals you. You need to focus on bettering yourself, and just take some time away from him if you’re hurting. Don’t attack him, or saying something you’ll regret. *Learned this the hard way*

    If you need to cry, cry. Preferably it’s best in private and by yourself, but if you felt the need to cry, the worst thing you can do is suppress your feelings. The best thing to do is talk to someone you trust and love about it (a friend, Mom or Dad,) and so whatever you can to get everything out of your system. Do something that keeps your mind busy, hang out with friends, etc. Wait until you’re ready to speak with him, and he is ready to speak with you.

    Secondly, don’t make assumptions. Assumptions are NOT good! You don’t know what he is thinking or feeling if he hasn’t told you, and you will hurt him if you make assumptions about how he feels, then bother him about your insecurities. He might really like you, but just be too shy to say anything, or maybe he’s not ready to love you.

    Do you spend a lot of time together? Does he contact you? A man would NEVER do that if he didn’t care about you to some degree, but you need to just take some time to focus on taking care of you, and giving him individual time to do the same. Then when you’re ready you can talk about your issues, but don’t do this until he brings it up.

    That’s my advice.

  • Anonymous

    You shouldn’t feel shame for crying if it is something that mattered to you. Sometimes you can’t suppress feelings of the heart, and that is when it is necessary to release them. If you don’t, you’ll end up hurting a lot of people you care about, and especially him. People who are hurting hurt other people. It’s easy to do, but that doesn’t mean it’s okay. Talk to someone, exercise, go out with friends and have fun together, but don’t dwell on the situation. You can’t live life with a dark cloud over your head. You want him to stick with you? Being negative is the quickest way to detract any person from wanting to be around you – find something to be happy about, and be grateful! Remind yourself of your blessings, believe in yourself and what you can do in this world, remember your value – if you can’t make him believe that you can handle yourself emotionally and take care of yourself, he is going to head for the hills. You need to see the value inside of you and let him see the value that you have created for yourself. Men will treat you the way you treat them, but they will also treat you the way in which you expected to be treated. It’s not bad to value yourself, just remember your roots and always stay HUMBLE.

    You can do this, I believe in you, honey!

  • Anonymous

    One way to really help your self-confidence and also your perspective on your relationship is to help others. Taking your mind off your problems and helping someone else who might have more problems than you do will help you to remember what really matters in life. It sounds counterproductive, but it’s not. Consider helping out a charity, or volunteering in your community. :)

  • GirlFromMyDreams

    My life in someone else’s words!

    I don’t think you’re “stupid” at all. In fact, you are not alone. Don’t despair, maybe it will all turn around, and if not, maybe it just wasn’t meant to be. If it is, however, and if he really matters to you, you will find a way to work everything out between the two of you.

    God never leaves you alone out in the rain. He won’t forsake you and leave you lost and forgotten – something will subsequently happen or, on the contrary, someone else may eventually come along that is a better match. (I’m “stuck in neutral,” too.)

    Only He knows about those things, but for now, don’t lose your hope in change.

    ——

    I know it’s not going to work. I know God is always with me, bit if do find it hard to find comfort and trust in Him sometimes after 3 years of bad thing (not just the love) and very few good things.But Than You :-)

  • Anonymous

    I know it’s not going to work. I know God is always with me, bit if do find it hard to find comfort and trust in Him sometimes after 3 years of bad thing (not just the love) and very few good things.But Than You Smile
    __________________

    It’s not final unless God says it’s final.

    On the contrary, you also can’t put a question mark or a comma where God has flat-out placed a period.

    It all depends on what is in His plan for your life. Don’t think so hard – that’s why we have Him!

  • GirlFromYourDreams

    Sometimes you need to get angry, scream, or cry (in private) to get over feelings of hurt. Talking to others, talking to God – this is what heals you. You need to focus on bettering yourself, and just take some time away from him if you’re hurting. Don’t attack him, or saying something you’ll regret. *Learned this the hard way*

    If you need to cry, cry. Preferably it’s best in private and by yourself, but if you felt the need to cry, the worst thing you can do is suppress your feelings. The best thing to do is talk to someone you trust and love about it (a friend, Mom or Dad,) and so whatever you can to get everything out of your system. Do something that keeps your mind busy, hang out with friends, etc. Wait until you’re ready to speak with him, and he is ready to speak with you.

    Secondly, don’t make assumptions. Assumptions are NOT good! You don’t know what he is thinking or feeling if he hasn’t told you, and you will hurt him if you make assumptions about how he feels, then bother him about your insecurities. He might really like you, but just be too shy to say anything, or maybe he’s not ready to love you.

    Do you spend a lot of time together? Does he contact you? A man would NEVER do that if he didn’t care about you to some degree, but you need to just take some time to focus on taking care of you, and giving him individual time to do the same. Then when you’re ready you can talk about your issues, but don’t do this until he brings it up.

    —–

    Thank You. I know I do suppress my feelings. A lot. I don’t really have anyone to talk to, I’m sort of alone in the world
    I do try to talk to God but it hard because you don’t hear a responce and after 3 years of all sort of craziness you kinda lose comfort.

    And I know he doesnt love. While he hasn’t come out and say it directly I know. He never contacts me and we don’t spend alot of time together. I don’t know how I even fell in love bit I did.

  • Anonymous

    If Nick did give some girl his number and then she tweeted all about it, if I was Nick, I would have nothing to do with her. Clearly she can’t keep things private.

  • Anonymous

    is it confirmed yet who (or how many ;) ) girls Nick took with him after the show to his “after party” ;) ??

  • Anonymous

    man, i’m glad I was able to go to the shows back in the day when they were famous and actually cared about – or at least pretended to – care about fans.

    this show was night and day difference from ones in the past where they would interact with fans and do more than just stand in one spot the whole time a sing a bunch of mediocre songs
    :/

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous said:

    stay and much better arent about anyone they were with publicly.
    —————-

    How would you know?

  • Anonymous

    “Wedding Bells” followed by “See No More” was pure genius. I usually don’t react at concerts: I don’t scream, sing, jump, or cry. I just watch. But do to recent events both song really hit me. I still love him but I want nothing to do with him.

    I was blubbering like a baby.

    I’m sure I looked stupid right up against the barricade having a breakdown while everyone was just enjoying the songs.

  • Anonymous

    (replying to this) – Jul 11, 2013 @ 09:09 am
    Anonymous said:
    stay and much better arent about anyone they were with publicly.
    —-

    Not sure about Stay, but Much Better is about Taylor Swift and Camilla Belle. Joe even used a line from a Taylor Swift song in the song “tear drops in the guitar” and Taylor said “show me how MUCH BETTER you are” in better than revenge aka her reply to Camilla.

  • Anonymous

    AWWW! Honey! I am Sooo sorry about that! What he did I mean.

  • Anonymous

    I was waiting for someone to say they are different!!!

  • Anonymous

    And You aren’t stupid! It’s just normal…

  • Anonymous

    sorry but stay is about miley dont be confuse

  • Anonymous

    stay and much better arent about anyone they were with publicly.

  • Anonymous

    a fan said the venue was only half full but it looks full to me on the videos?

  • xAskTaylorx

    I wish there weren’t just vine videos! It’s something though!

  • xAskTaylorx

    Where’s Blanda? Don’t see her. Just want it to be about Jonas! Jonas! Jonas! Oh well…

  • Anonymous

    wow i love dose guys sooo much

  • GirlFromYourDreams

    I guess ideally for me the person is pure. Just that they love me that’s what matters. But it would be nice if we were the only one eachother has had.

    Kissing too. I don’t think I have to be the only person they’ve ever kissed. I know people that don’t believe that you should kiss before you’re married. But I don’t want someone who has kissed a million people. If they can remember every single person by name that’s a good number.

    And I really really don’t think I get hit on. I never go anywear. I’m kinda part hobit that way. But if I do and they’re being subtle I wish they be more obnoxious!!! But not like that sketch lol :-) I wish we had a light that went off or made a buzzing sound if we like a person. I know we release pheromones but there not cutting it!

  • Anonymous

    tonight’s concert was sold out fyi

  • GirlFromYouDreams

    You shouldn’t feel shame for crying if it is something that mattered to you. Sometimes you can’t suppress feelings of the heart, and that is when it is necessary to release them. If you don’t, you’ll end up hurting a lot of people you care about, and especially him. People who are hurting hurt other people. It’s easy to do, but that doesn’t mean it’s okay. Talk to someone, exercise, go out with friends and have fun together, but don’t dwell on the situation. You can’t live life with a dark cloud over your head. You want him to stick with you? Being negative is the quickest way to detract any person from wanting to be around you – find something to be happy about, and be grateful! Remind yourself of your blessings, believe in yourself and what you can do in this world, remember your value – if you can’t make him believe that you can handle yourself emotionally and take care of yourself, he is going to head for the hills. You need to see the value inside of you and let him see the value that you have created for yourself. Men will treat you the way you treat them, but they will also treat you the way in which you expected to be treated. It’s not bad to value yourself, just remember your roots and always stay HUMBLE.

    —–

    I’m not ashamed I’m just embarsed that it happend at the concert. I know I’m super duper blessed in my life. I know its not going to happen and am trying to get over it but it hard when you dream and wake up thinking about it. But I know I’m blessed. Thanks you

  • Anonymous

    Thank You. I know I do suppress my feelings. A lot. I don’t really have anyone to talk to, I’m sort of alone in the world
    I do try to talk to God but it hard because you don’t hear a responce and after 3 years of all sort of craziness you kinda lose comfort.

    And I know he doesnt love. While he hasn’t come out and say it directly I know. He never contacts me and we don’t spend alot of time together. I don’t know how I even fell in love bit I did.
    ________________________

    Three years is a long time! My situation has been going on five years.

    He might be super shy, or he might not be ready. Live your life – don’t wait for the rain. If he loves you, he’ll contact you – bear in mind, it may take months or even years, but if you spent some time getting to know one another, he is bound to still think of you.

    In the meantime, if you want to see other people, do it. Don’t wait for him. If he is seeing other people, then you should be allowed to as well. He doesn’t own you – even if he (secretly) has a good piece of your heart. The time you spend with others may cause him to realize your worth, and you to reaffirm his value in your eyes. By then, you may even be ready to reintroduce him into your life and communicate with him (when he has initiated contact.)It’s okay to do something to initiate contact, but don’t bug him about spending time together and talking about “feelings.” Gosh, Men are afraid of feelings, and they don’t like getting too serious before they’re ready (this goes back to my previous point.)

    Somewhere your communication has failed. Have you been very open about your feelings? I was like that, and honestly, it scares the crap out of men. He will run, and you just can’t overload him that fast. Occasional flirting is all in good fun – he needs to actually THINK you MIGHT like him, but you can’t over shower – that makes you appear needy, clingy, and like an emotional wreck. Men don’t like that. They like individuality – someone who can be thinking of them, but is off doin’ her own thang! You have to have a life outside of him and how you feel about him inside. You don’t have to agree with everything he says – having some differing opinions shows confidence. The most important thing – BE YOURSELF. You have to be genuine, and don’t make the mistake of bouncing around with feelings – that makes things worse.

  • GirlFromMyDreams

    It’s not final unless God says it’s final.

    On the contrary, you also can’t put a question mark or a comma where God has flat-out placed a period.

    It all depends on what is in His plan for your life. Don’t think so hard – that’s why we have Him!

    —-

    Bur how are you suppose to know if it’s final or not! Ugh! Sometimes I wish you could call God on a 1-800 number and get definate answers. It’s so hard to live life without any sense of direction about anything. But Thank You.

  • Anonymous

    I agree about the purity thing.

    I didn’t know that there were Christians out there that believe you can’t kiss someone else. I agree that the person can’t have kissed a million people, that would be gross I’d imagine.

    I don’t want you to feel about your situation. While it’s true that I am hit on a lot these days as an adult, I have a true confession to make: okay, I have always had little crushes and such, but I have never been in a serious relationship. I called the person my ‘boyfriend’ and we acted like a couple, but we never kissed. We went out and did things together, held hands, bought each other gifts, etc. but that’s about it. I liked this boy so much, and he broke my heart because I found out he had a more serious relationship with a girl that he kept hidden from me. This was when I was very young. I didn’t know what I was feeling, just that I liked him.

    But wait, there’s more…

  • Anonymous

    I know how you fell in love – you like him for his personality, and he demonstrated qualities that you desire or admire in another person. It doesn’t sound out of the ordinary at all. Perfectly normal.

    If you’re up for getting over it, that is your decision, but before you do this you have to ask yourself 1.) is this a decision you want to live with for the rest of your life, or will the thought of what could’ve been really bother you? 2.) Is he, in your opinion, worth what you are feeling? 3.)What do you feel worthy of? Does he have those qualities? Which choice is your heart telling you?

  • Anonymous

    I have been out on ‘dates,’ but not genuine dates. I have always paid for my own meals, it’s never been serious dating, just playful fun, fairly platonic conversation. I get asked out a lot, but the wrong guys ask me out – the ones who tell me they want to take me to their place and have dinner there, and then ‘dessert’ and make dirty comments. (To wish I gave a resounding NO.) I actually told THAT guy there would be no dessert, and therefore no date because of the way he talked to me. I have guys ask for my number, then never call me until another guy asks me out and they feel jealous or scared they lost their shot. One guy once asked for my number, but he expected ME to call every time we went out…that’s not a date. He was much older, and it didn’t work out.

  • Anonymous

    Bur how are you suppose to know if it’s final or not! Ugh! Sometimes I wish you could call God on a 1-800 number and get definate answers. It’s so hard to live life without any sense of direction about anything. But Thank You.
    ___________________

    Oh my goodness, I KNOW. It’s very hard, but you need to trust in Him. This is called practicing faith, and it is so hard to do. God might be waiting on forming your relationship with this man because you have not felt comfortable enough to accept His decision no matter what happens. As heartbreaking as it is, sometimes what our heart hopes for is not what (or whom) God has in mind for us. In time, though, He will reveal to you where you are meant to be, and with whom, and when the signs are all in front of you, you will feel happy, and whole, and everything will just feel natural.

    I’m still fighting with faith about a lot of things in my life, and it’s so hard because sometimes I just want to know what will happen to me in the future, but I am not sure where my young life will take me. I am currently on the full-time job hunt out of college, applying for places out of state, and I have been rejected by a lot of places in-state. I may need to leave all I have ever known and live somewhere else by myself, away from my immediate family. My siblings and I are all adults now, and we are quickly moving away from one another and drifting apart as we embark on our career paths. It’s all happening so fast, sometimes I wish I could *pause* time. I still haven’t met the right man, and for the first time in my life, although I know I am going to be very successful, I am frightened because I don’t know what’s going to happen to me within the next year or so. However, to have faith, you need to release your concerns to God – pray to Him, and pray often. He hears you, and in time He will reveal to you where you are to go, and whom will accompany you on your journey.

  • GirlFromYourDreams

    Three years is a long time! My situation has been going on five years.

    He might be super shy, or he might not be ready. Live your life – don’t wait for the rain. If he loves you, he’ll contact you – bear in mind, it may take months or even years, but if you spent some time getting to know one another, he is bound to still think of you.

    In the meantime, if you want to see other people, do it. Don’t wait for him. If he is seeing other people, then you should be allowed to as well. He doesn’t own you – even if he (secretly) has a good piece of your heart. The time you spend with others may cause him to realize your worth, and you to reaffirm his value in your eyes. By then, you may even be ready to reintroduce him into your life and communicate with him (when he has initiated contact.)It’s okay to do something to initiate contact, but don’t bug him about spending time together and talking about “feelings.” Gosh, Men are afraid of feelings, and they don’t like getting too serious before they’re ready (this goes back to my previous point.)

    Somewhere your communication has failed. Have you been very open about your feelings? I was like that, and honestly, it scares the crap out of men. He will run, and you just can’t overload him that fast. Occasional flirting is all in good fun – he needs to actually THINK you MIGHT like him, but you can’t over shower – that makes you appear needy, clingy, and like an emotional wreck. Men don’t like that. They like individuality – someone who can be thinking of them, but is off doin’ her own thang! You have to have a life outside of him and how you feel about him inside. You don’t have to agree with everything he says – having some differing opinions shows confidence. The most important thing – BE YOURSELF. You have to be genuine, and don’t make the mistake of bouncing around with feelings – that makes things worse.

    ———

    The three years was just bad things in life (deaths, depression, ect.)
    When I first started crushing on him was over 7 years ago as rediculas as that sounds

    I don’t stop myself from dating because of him. But nobody peaks my interest. I try to be myself and I know someone will come along. Thanks

  • Anonymous

    I was asked out a lot when I was younger, but my parents said I couldn’t date until 13 (chaperoned,) and alone until 16 (which is reasonable.) However, when I got to high school, most guys stopped asking, and instead did dumb things to get my attention. I finally starting asking men out myself, to which I always received a red-face, and some lame excuse. I asked many of my male friends out to prom, and most declined and said they couldn’t dance, and when I told them it was okay, they still declined. I went to prom alone, and it was so much fun! I went with my girls and lived it up, and showed all the boys what they missed out on. One guy said, “D***, I should have asked her out!” and his date hit him. I have always been beautiful inside and out, and very confident. I think this scares men away, as this sort of thing even happened in college (not me asking them out, but the stuff with the asking for numbers and then not contacting me until another guy asked me out! How wimpy!)

    So, I have never had a true boyfriend, or been in a serious adult relationship. It’s true.

    I am also a living Drew Barrymore. I have never been kissed before. I once kissed a boy on the cheek in grade school, but that’s as close as I’ve ever gotten. This is also true for my other siblings.

    Keep in mind, I am in my lower to mid twenties. I still believe love is out there for me, I just haven’t found it yet. It hasn’t been the right time, and the person I marry is going to be very special, because I have had to wait twenty-some odd years to finally meet him and experience love.

    So, there you have it. It’s all completely and 100% true.

  • Anonymous

    So when I say I am a virgin, I mean I am a virgin-virgin to love. What I am going through, the situation with the guy I mentioned, is so new to me, and I am very inexperienced with men on a romantic basis. I believe that this has hurt me, as I have reacted in ways I shouldn’t have. This is why I have so much great advice for you, because I have learned it firsthand myself, and I am continuing to learn.

    So, that is my story in a nutshell. It’s very personal and raw, but it’s the honest-to-God truth, and it’s my life!

    Although, I quite like your love “light” idea! We should patent it, then set out to make it! :D <3

  • GirlFromYourDreams

    I know how you fell in love – you like him for his personality, and he demonstrated qualities that you desire or admire in another person. It doesn’t sound out of the ordinary at all. Perfectly normal.

    If you’re up for getting over it, that is your decision, but before you do this you have to ask yourself 1.) is this a decision you want to live with for the rest of your life, or will the thought of what could’ve been really bother you? 2.) Is he, in your opinion, worth what you are feeling? 3.)What do you feel worthy of? Does he have those qualities? Which choice is your heart telling you?

    ——–

    Your completely right! I know why I fell in love with him and I could list a million reasons. I do think he is worth the wait and I think he is more than worth my love. But I’m so sick of being in distress.

  • Anonymous

    Okay

  • Anonymous

    Joe insulted a fan just because they didn’t like Blanda. Wow

  • Anonymous

    It’s NOT ridiculous. When I was a child, I had the BIGGEST crush on this boy who lived down the street from me that lasted from the time I was 8 to the time I was about 16 or 17. Look, I am a lady – I love to dress nicely, and I always look nice before I leave my residence – I like to shop, and cook, and watch romance movies, but I also have always enjoyed doings things with the boys. Most of my friends are a little older than me and male, and that’s how it’s always been, because most girls have always seen me as a threat when I am only trying to befriend them.

    Anyways, this guy and I used to ride bikes together, and we’d have water gun fights, water balloon fights, going to the lake, having dirt fights, he’d show me some new moves on his skateboard with his buddies on the ramps they set up, and he had his own little band. I have always had a soft spot for artsy guys, primarily those who are interested in music, as I have always been as well. Every guy I have ever found attractive was this way. He was a guitar player, and he was SO. GOOD.

    Anyways, he used to throw rocks at my (and, at that time, my sister’s,) bedroom window, and we’d sneak off to play together every day. Anytime I heard his band blaring their amps from down the street shaking my house, I’d be like, “please, Daddy, please let me go see him and his band! I want to see him play guitar!” And since I was a Daddy’s girl, he ALWAYS let me go! We were friends, never dated, but I always had a gigantic crush on him. His mom and I were on good terms, and she admitted to me he liked me when I was 17. However, people grow up and grow apart.

    He is not a part of my life anymore, and I am not really sure what ever happened to him. If I saw him somewhere I might stop and chat, but I know we weren’t meant to be together – just to be good friends. I didn’t LOVE this guy, I didn’t know what love was when I knew him… but now I know the difference.

    I have lost many people that I care about over the past three years that had been a big part of my life, whether through death, suicide (I know, it’s horrible,) or some of my childhood friends just drifting totally apart as we have become adults. It still hurts to know they aren’t there anymore, but I will always have the love that comes with their memories. Don’t let those things define you – my life has gotten better since then, and it’s really starting to become exciting (but, as I mentioned before, in a kind of scary way as well…if I was to use an analogy, I’d say it’s been like riding a new thrilling roller coaster for the first time.)

    Just give it time. What’s meant to be will find a way, and if not, you never know, one of those other guys might turn out to be the guy you’d never knew you’d want so badly! ;)

  • Anonymous

    Your completely right! I know why I fell in love with him and I could list a million reasons. I do think he is worth the wait and I think he is more than worth my love. But I’m so sick of being in distress.
    __________________

    I understand you completely! One thing I have learned is that sometimes love hurts, and when it hurts, it stings BADLY and it can drive you mad, break your heart, and make you giddy. It’s like an infectious disease you can’t get away from. If you want to play the “Game of Love,” you have to be so open that you are okay with losing sometimes and getting your heart broken.

    Distress occurs in a relationship when both people are getting their needs met. You feel like he doesn’t care because he is not meeting your needs, but he doesn’t even know you have emotional needs over his head because he doesn’t know how you feel about him! Meanwhile, he could be missing something within your ‘relationship.’ You need to figure out what it is, and it has to be on your own. You can’t ask him upfront, or he’ll go back inside his safety box and never come out!

    You, on the other hand, after finding out what is going on, need to focus on improving your needs (feeling loved, not feeling distressed,) and eventually he will come around.

  • Anonymous

    Oh my goodness, I KNOW. It’s very hard, but you need to trust in Him. This is called practicing faith, and it is so hard to do. God might be waiting on forming your relationship with this man because you have not felt comfortable enough to accept His decision no matter what happens. As heartbreaking as it is, sometimes what our heart hopes for is not what (or whom) God has in mind for us. In time, though, He will reveal to you where you are meant to be, and with whom, and when the signs are all in front of you, you will feel happy, and whole, and everything will just feel natural.

    I’m still fighting with faith about a lot of things in my life, and it’s so hard because sometimes I just want to know what will happen to me in the future, but I am not sure where my young life will take me. I am currently on the full-time job hunt out of college, applying for places out of state, and I have been rejected by a lot of places in-state. I may need to leave all I have ever known and live somewhere else by myself, away from my immediate family. My siblings and I are all adults now, and we are quickly moving away from one another and drifting apart as we embark on our career paths. It’s all happening so fast, sometimes I wish I could *pause* time. I still haven’t met the right man, and for the first time in my life, although I know I am going to be very successful, I am frightened because I don’t know what’s going to happen to me within the next year or so. However, to have faith, you need to release your concerns to God – pray to Him, and pray often. He hears you, and in time He will reveal to you where you are to go, and whom will accompany you on your journey.

    ———-

    I feel you. I’ve stuck now too. I know God has my back. I just hate not know what I’m doing. I hope things work out for you. You’ll be wonderful. :-)

  • GirlFromYourDreams

    Oh my goodness, I KNOW. It’s very hard, but you need to trust in Him. This is called practicing faith, and it is so hard to do. God might be waiting on forming your relationship with this man because you have not felt comfortable enough to accept His decision no matter what happens. As heartbreaking as it is, sometimes what our heart hopes for is not what (or whom) God has in mind for us. In time, though, He will reveal to you where you are meant to be, and with whom, and when the signs are all in front of you, you will feel happy, and whole, and everything will just feel natural.

    I’m still fighting with faith about a lot of things in my life, and it’s so hard because sometimes I just want to know what will happen to me in the future, but I am not sure where my young life will take me. I am currently on the full-time job hunt out of college, applying for places out of state, and I have been rejected by a lot of places in-state. I may need to leave all I have ever known and live somewhere else by myself, away from my immediate family. My siblings and I are all adults now, and we are quickly moving away from one another and drifting apart as we embark on our career paths. It’s all happening so fast, sometimes I wish I could *pause* time. I still haven’t met the right man, and for the first time in my life, although I know I am going to be very successful, I am frightened because I don’t know what’s going to happen to me within the next year or so. However, to have faith, you need to release your concerns to God – pray to Him, and pray often. He hears you, and in time He will reveal to you where you are to go, and whom will accompany you on your journey.

    ———-

    I feel you. I’ve stuck now too. I know God has my back. I just hate not know what I’m doing. I hope things work out for you. You’ll be wonderful.

  • Anonymous

    I feel you. I’ve stuck now too. I know God has my back. I just hate not know what I’m doing. I hope things work out for you. You’ll be wonderful. Smile
    ________________________

    I really hope that things work out in your situation, too! I’ve been there! Aww, you’re so sweet! Just keep praying, and things that were meant to be will quickly fall into place for you. Don’t be discouraged. I pray for God’s blessing in your life, and in all your days to come! :)

  • GirlFromYourDreams

    Jul 11, 2013 @ 01:30 pm
    Anonymous said:
    It’s NOT ridiculous. When I was a child, I had the BIGGEST crush on this boy who lived down the street from me that lasted from the time I was 8 to the time I was about 16 or 17. Look, I am a lady – I love to dress nicely, and I always look nice before I leave my residence – I like to shop, and cook, and watch romance movies, but I also have always enjoyed doings things with the boys. Most of my friends are a little older than me and male, and that’s how it’s always been, because most girls have always seen me as a threat when I am only trying to befriend them.

    Anyways, this guy and I used to ride bikes together, and we’d have water gun fights, water balloon fights, going to the lake, having dirt fights, he’d show me some new moves on his skateboard with his buddies on the ramps they set up, and he had his own little band. I have always had a soft spot for artsy guys, primarily those who are interested in music, as I have always been as well. Every guy I have ever found attractive was this way. He was a guitar player, and he was SO. GOOD.

    Anyways, he used to throw rocks at my (and, at that time, my sister’s,) bedroom window, and we’d sneak off to play together every day. Anytime I heard his band blaring their amps from down the street shaking my house, I’d be like, “please, Daddy, please let me go see him and his band! I want to see him play guitar!” And since I was a Daddy’s girl, he ALWAYS let me go! We were friends, never dated, but I always had a gigantic crush on him. His mom and I were on good terms, and she admitted to me he liked me when I was 17. However, people grow up and grow apart.

    He is not a part of my life anymore, and I am not really sure what ever happened to him. If I saw him somewhere I might stop and chat, but I know we weren’t meant to be together – just to be good friends. I didn’t LOVE this guy, I didn’t know what love was when I knew him… but now I know the difference.

    I have lost many people that I care about over the past three years that had been a big part of my life, whether through death, suicide (I know, it’s horrible,) or some of my childhood friends just drifting totally apart as we have become adults. It still hurts to know they aren’t there anymore, but I will always have the love that comes with their memories. Don’t let those things define you – my life has gotten better since then, and it’s really starting to become exciting (but, as I mentioned before, in a kind of scary way as well…if I was to use an analogy, I’d say it’s been like riding a new thrilling roller coaster for the first time.)

    Just give it time. What’s meant to be will find a way, and if not, you never know, one of those other guys might turn out to be the guy you’d never knew you’d want so badly!

    —–

    I know time will only heal or tell. I just wish I could speed up time lol

  • GirlFromYourDreams

    I understand you completely! One thing I have learned is that sometimes love hurts, and when it hurts, it stings BADLY and it can drive you mad, break your heart, and make you giddy. It’s like an infectious disease you can’t get away from. If you want to play the “Game of Love,” you have to be so open that you are okay with losing sometimes and getting your heart broken.

    Distress occurs in a relationship when both people are getting their needs met. You feel like he doesn’t care because he is not meeting your needs, but he doesn’t even know you have emotional needs over his head because he doesn’t know how you feel about him! Meanwhile, he could be missing something within your ‘relationship.’ You need to figure out what it is, and it has to be on your own. You can’t ask him upfront, or he’ll go back inside his safety box and never come out!

    You, on the other hand, after finding out what is going on, need to focus on improving your needs (feeling loved, not feeling distressed,) and eventually he will come around.

    ———
    Something so beauitful can also be so ugly. I think I’m going to pause the Game of Love for a while.

  • Anonymous

    Something so beauitful can also be so ugly. I think I’m going to pause the Game of Love for a while.
    _________________

    It can be ugly, yes, but love is never easy. Disagreements and problems arise, but it’s how and whether it means enough to you to deal with it and work it out that matters.

    So many people todays give up on love and get divorced. They are quick to “bow out,” and that bothers me. They have this unrealistic idea that love is all sunshine and roses, and it’s not always like that. My parents have been married for almost 25 happy years, and I have seen them get in bad arguments, but they ALWAYS work it out, and they still are very much in love with one another. They never gave up on one another – that’s what it means to truly love a person – you have to love them flaws and all, or you can’t call it love!

  • Anonymous

    I know time will only heal or tell. I just wish I could speed up time lol
    _________________

    I do, too, but you can’t hurry love and you can’t rush life. Life is SO short, we have to enjoy every minute of it – even the hard parts of it – even the hurts – we have to find something to look forward to when we get up each morning. Life is beautiful, and life, just like hurt, has it’s own purpose.

  • GirlFromYourDreams

    It can be ugly, yes, but love is never easy. Disagreements and problems arise, but it’s how and whether it means enough to you to deal with it and work it out that matters.

    So many people todays give up on love and get divorced. They are quick to “bow out,” and that bothers me. They have this unrealistic idea that love is all sunshine and roses, and it’s not always like that. My parents have been married for almost 25 happy years, and I have seen them get in bad arguments, but they ALWAYS work it out, and they still are very much in love with one another. They never gave up on one another – that’s what it means to truly love a person – you have to love them flaws and all, or you can’t call it love!

    ——

    I agree that too many people bow out of marriage too quickly and forget why they got married in the first place. Love is a verb and you have to work.

  • GirlFromYourDreams

    I do, too, but you can’t hurry love and you can’t rush life. Life is SO short, we have to enjoy every minute of it – even the hard parts of it – even the hurts – we have to find something to look forward to when we get up each morning. Life is beautiful, and life, just like hurt, has it’s own purpose.

    ——

    I agree to love life. I just have to find that thing to look forward to.

  • Anonymous

    That is such a mature decision. It takes maturity to know when you are ready for something, and when you are not quite ready yet. So many of my friends my age are feeling the pressure to marry and have children and, although I also have that plan for my life, I am not rushing it. I want to find someone who I can be with the rest of my life, but I don’t NEED someone to feel happiness. I am very focused on my career and independence at this time in my life, but in the next few years I hope to meet someone. If I feel madly in love with and met someone tomorrow and he asked me, I would most definitely still marry him, but I want to make sure I know what kind of men I most like to spend my time with on dates before I settle down. So many women think they know who they’re looking for, and the man turns out to be not so great. I don’t want to make a mistake that ends up in a divorce a few years later. I don’t want to divorce my husband, I want to know I have made the right choice, and I want him to be with me until the end! I love, love, love children, but I also know that after I do get married, I don’t want to have children for at least two or three years so that we can spend more time doing the things we love and getting to know one another before having children (even though I think being a Mommy will be fun!) I would also like to be (somewhat) financially, and certainly mentally prepared to have a baby. Having a baby is a BIG DEAL, and you have to feel somewhat ready for motherhood.

    It’s also good to take breaks in between relationships. So many people run from one person to the next, and they are never truly happy or satisfied because they are trying too hard to find ‘the one’ and putting too much pressure on themselves. You can’t hurry love – love develops in it’s own time, and you don’t really choose love, it chooses YOU.

  • Anonymous

    I agree that too many people bow out of marriage too quickly and forget why they got married in the first place. Love is a verb and you have to work.
    __________________

    Amen to that one! Love is first and foremost an action, not merely a word! So many people forget that these days, you know? You can’t whisper sweet nothings into someone’s ear and expect them to believe it is love – no, that is called LUST. Physical attraction? That’s lust, too. Love is shown, not spoken. Love is in the way you treat the other person, not in the words you say (even when they are sweet, they mean nothing without actions!)

    You’re so smart, you go girl! :D

  • Anonymous

    I agree to love life. I just have to find that thing to look forward to.

    ____________________

    When you love someone, it’s easy to make that person the thing you look forward to. You go to bed with them on your mind or in your dreams, and you wake up wondering what they’re up to. The problem is when you compromise your wishes and needs and try to change yourself to fit his. A man that loves you won’t want to change anything about you, except in making you his wife. However, unless you have the ring, you can’t always be sure he is going to be the reason you wake up every morning. One day, he could leave, things could change, and then where does your hope go when it’s gone? :(

    This is why it’s best to look forward to life in general. When I get up in the morning, I look forward to what the day will bring. I’m excited to go to work – I LOVE my job! I am excited about the thought of who I might meet, and what might happen today. I am constantly thinking about what I am going to do, and what things I want to do with my friends. College used to excite me, just not the getting up part! I don’t really like getting up super early, but I know that I have to, and after I have some coffee in the morning, I’m all good!

  • GirlFromYourDreams

    Jul 11, 2013 @ 02:20 pm
    Anonymous said:
    That is such a mature decision. It takes maturity to know when you are ready for something, and when you are not quite ready yet. So many of my friends my age are feeling the pressure to marry and have children and, although I also have that plan for my life, I am not rushing it. I want to find someone who I can be with the rest of my life, but I don’t NEED someone to feel happiness. I am very focused on my career and independence at this time in my life, but in the next few years I hope to meet someone. If I feel madly in love with and met someone tomorrow and he asked me, I would most definitely still marry him, but I want to make sure I know what kind of men I most like to spend my time with on dates before I settle down. So many women think they know who they’re looking for, and the man turns out to be not so great. I don’t want to make a mistake that ends up in a divorce a few years later. I don’t want to divorce my husband, I want to know I have made the right choice, and I want him to be with me until the end! I love, love, love children, but I also know that after I do get married, I don’t want to have children for at least two or three years so that we can spend more time doing the things we love and getting to know one another before having children (even though I think being a Mommy will be fun!) I would also like to be (somewhat) financially, and certainly mentally prepared to have a baby. Having a baby is a BIG DEAL, and you have to feel somewhat ready for motherhood.

    It’s also good to take breaks in between relationships. So many people run from one person to the next, and they are never truly happy or satisfied because they are trying too hard to find ‘the one’ and putting too much pressure on themselves. You can’t hurry love – love develops in it’s own time, and you don’t really choose love, it chooses YOU.

    ——

    I’m deffinaly not going to rush it. Even if I met a stranger today fell madly in love and I was 100% sure abs he asked me to marry him tomorrow I would prob say yes but have us be engaged for two or three years before we started planning a wedding.

    And I agree about the kid thing! I know several people people that have gotten married and 1-2 years later already had a kid! It might work fir them but I think you’ll only be that young married couple once. So enjoy it!

  • GirlFromYourDreams

    I want to thank everyone from the bottom oft heart for all the love and support in response to my post (and for allowing this article to become my own personal soap opera) Never in a million years would I think I would have so much help. Even though I don’t know your names or faces it’s wonderful to have someone to talk to and vent because I don’t really have anyone.

    I’m usually check the Jonas Articles on a daily basis if anyone needs to talk and it doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom like mine. Lol

    Thank You <3

  • Anonymous

    I’m deffinaly not going to rush it. Even if I met a stranger today fell madly in love and I was 100% sure abs he asked me to marry him tomorrow I would prob say yes but have us be engaged for two or three years before we started planning a wedding.

    And I agree about the kid thing! I know several people people that have gotten married and 1-2 years later already had a kid! It might work fir them but I think you’ll only be that young married couple once. So enjoy it!
    ________________

    Exactly, and when you have children, that ‘alone time’ becomes scarce, and becomes ‘together time,’ and your energy and focus will be one the new little bundle of joy so you won’t get to see the world and go out and do things together as much. You’re only a young married couple once (the next time you’re ‘free,’ you’ll be retired,) so you need to make the most of what time you have left! Unless, of course, you have a ‘surprise’ baby…that happened to my Mom and Dad. :)

  • GirlFromYourDreams

    Amen to that one! Love is first and foremost an action, not merely a word! So many people forget that these days, you know? You can’t whisper sweet nothings into someone’s ear and expect them to believe it is love – no, that is called LUST. Physical attraction? That’s lust, too. Love is shown, not spoken. Love is in the way you treat the other person, not in the words you say (even when they are sweet, they mean nothing without actions!)

    You’re so smart, you go girl!

    —-

    Amen! Love will last and lust will fall apart. Unforunally people take lust to far. Lust is loves evil twin. They look alot alike.

  • Anonymous

    Jul 11, 2013 @ 02:36 pm
    GirlFromYourDreams said:

    I want to thank everyone from the bottom oft heart for all the love and support in response to my post (and for allowing this article to become my own personal soap opera) Never in a million years would I think I would have so much help. Even though I don’t know your names or faces it’s wonderful to have someone to talk to and vent because I don’t really have anyone.

    I’m usually check the Jonas Articles on a daily basis if anyone needs to talk and it doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom like mine. Lol

    Thank You <3
    ____________

    You’re welcome, my dear! Anytime you want to talk about your problems, let me know! I like helping others.

    You’ve got a good head on those shoulders of yours – don’t lose it! :)

  • Anonymous

    well, glad the JONAS related post has turned into one person’s personal melodrama…..

    :eyeroll:

  • GirlFromMyDreams

    Exactly, and when you have children, that ‘alone time’ becomes scarce, and becomes ‘together time,’ and your energy and focus will be one the new little bundle of joy so you won’t get to see the world and go out and do things together as much. You’re only a young married couple once (the next time you’re ‘free,’ you’ll be retired,) so you need to make the most of what time you have left! Unless, of course, you have a ‘surprise’ baby…that happened to

    —-

    I feel the same way. When the kids leave the hose then you are older and can’t do all the same things. Personally having kids scares me so much that I’m going to wait as long as I can.

  • Anonymous

    Amen! Love will last and lust will fall apart. Unforunally people take lust to far. Lust is loves evil twin. They look alot alike.

    _________________________
    I don’t know how you feel about lustful action, but I am going to share my own personal opinion.

    That’s why, for both religious and moral reasons, I do not like when men and women sleep together and they aren’t married. That’s not only an abuse of the body (as some people ‘sleep around,’) but also an abuse of the self. It shows a lack of maturity, emotional control (it’s hard to hold back emotion, but in this case, it’s pertinent,) and self-respect. It’s like a man saying, “I love you and your body, but you’re not good enough to marry.” I have a thing about that. I’m sorry, but the only man I am ever lying with will be my husband. So many people look down on virginity today, but I just think it’s a beautiful secret covenant with God – I feel proud and beautiful that I am a virgin. I have had men (especially very recently, it happens at least once or twice a week,) try heavily to come onto me, and asked me out in a way that suggested ‘something more’ and it made me so uncomfortable! I am quick to tell a man ‘no’ in that situation! Most men frown upon when they are virgins, but that is exactly the kind of man in which I am seeking – if I ever fell in love with a non-virgin, he will most certainly be getting tested before we do anything, you’d better believe that!

    I also think having God in your life is the most important thing. God is so important to me, and that is the one thing that I seek the most in a man – do they love the Lord?

    Hey, have you ever had a guy do this to you? This is such a funny skit, but this happens to me very often -

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTFZyl7hfBw

    My sisters and I laugh because that skit is very accurate, and that situation has happened to the very best of us! I usually react in the same exact way “Yvette” does…

    As I have said, once or twice a week. Now, I am not as picky as much as I am looking for someone with morals and class, and they’re diamonds among ashes, I can tell you that!

  • Anonymous

    I feel the same way. When the kids leave the hose then you are older and can’t do all the same things. Personally having kids scares me so much that I’m going to wait as long as I can.
    __________

    That’s a big responsibility!

  • Anonymous

    wow joe jonas he is sooo handsome but i want him with hair haha

  • GirlFromYourDreams

    I love theatre but I want to do anything in enertainment. I’ve been acting since I was 10, teching since 13, dancing since 12, and play a bunch of instruments. I love to entertain. I think the thing that my parents are having a hard time with is that I don’t want to keep going to school. I know alot of people in all the fields and they’ve all told me that college is a waist of money and time and to just go out and do it. Maybe they liked college for other reasons but as far as arts stuff goes just start working.

    And my parents feel that if I don’t finish the two years was a waist of their money. But two years ago I didnt know what I wanted to do and if I did I wouldn’t of even gone to college. plus I’m not a good student. I work hard and only manage C’s

    Now I just need to find out what path in entertainment I need to start out in. I know whatever I do I will have success.

    I think that you should follow your heart. Law sound great! Especially if you love public speaking!!

  • Anonymous

    I really like “Found”. It’s a moody little song but it’s memorable. Stuck in my mind after I heard it. My favorite so far.

  • Anonymous

    OMG she was there!! someone i know SAW her! and B even approached her at the M&G.. i’m so flipping pissed about it.This was supposed to be the JBs night,and everyone is talking and focusing on her,as usual! Joe needs to check his priorities right now.He is putting her ahead of the guy’s career.Now this tour is going to suck! and I have no interest in caring anymore,i bet he kept looking and singing to her! pathetic

  • Anonymous

    hello BL go to hell with john taylor.

  • GirlFromYourDreams

    Yeah I’ve been to some Bible Camps and when I was younger we churched hopped a lot and alot of the churches that preached that your first kiss should be at the alter or that a kiss “seals the deal” for engagement.

    I don’t feel bad about my situation. I’ve never been kissed, on a date, never been on a Dutch date, or asked out or have someone ask for my number.. The only dance I went to in High School was Prom and I went stag. I hated Prom but not because I went stag just bc it was lame.

    I’m take pride that I’m 20 and nothing has happened. The right person hasn’t come along. I’d rather wait than go thru everything with the wrong person and have huge heart break and regret. It’s just who I am.

  • Anonymous

    Jul 11, 2013 @ 08:32 pm
    GirlFromYourDreams said:

    Yeah I’ve been to some Bible Camps and when I was younger we churched hopped a lot and alot of the churches that preached that your first kiss should be at the alter or that a kiss “seals the deal” for engagement.

    I don’t feel bad about my situation. I’ve never been kissed, on a date, never been on a Dutch date, or asked out or have someone ask for my number.. The only dance I went to in High School was Prom and I went stag. I hated Prom but not because I went stag just bc it was lame.

    I’m take pride that I’m 20 and nothing has happened. The right person hasn’t come along. I’d rather wait than go thru everything with the wrong person and have huge heart break and regret. It’s just who I am.
    ______________________

    I agree that it’s not necessarily bad to have to wait, and I am 22. I will be 23 at the end of the year. I am very patient, and I truly believe that there is a reason I haven’t truly found that person yet. I often think about it, though – what will he be like? How will I know he is the one? What will I do if he ever asks me about my past relationships, how will I handle that? I obviously want to tell the truth, but is it possible that he could judge me because of that?

    I have already been hurt by men, and I haven’t even gotten close enough to really know them enough to allow love in. I do get afraid of being hurt, I don’t want to get hurt, but if love finds you, hurt is inevitable. The people we love the most in our lives are typically the ones who emotionally hurt us the most. It happens, but you have to decide when it’s worth it to stay in or out of it.

    Are you a Baptist? My Mama is, and that sounds like a good ol’ Southern Baptist church sermon, LOL! Daddy is a Methodist, so I am a little of both sects of Christianity. :)

    Even though I am truly proud of my purity and upright ways, it’s still good to know that my sisters and I are not alone in this. Sometimes I wonder if it’s just me, and if I am all by myself in the world, so it’s good to know that someone else is going through the same sorts of challenges and periods of waiting. I find comfort in that.

    I do truly hope you meet someone special here soon, though. You deserve it, girl! I don’t know why men aren’t beating down your door, it sounds to me like you are pretty level-headed and intelligent – both in mind and spirit!

  • GirlFromYourDreams

    I agree with the light! We need to get on that! We could change the world!

    I wonder alot about knowing of he’s the one if he’s the only one I ever been with. Sometimes I think maybe it would be good to be in a relationship and fail so when I do meet Mr Right comes I know. As weird as that sounds.

    I don’t remember what denomination the churches were. We also denomination hopped as well as church hopped. I attends a Baptist church now but they don’t preach the kissing thing.

    I think there are many people that believe in waiting but they’re just not out spoken about it.

    I hope you find someone very soon! You are so kind and so sweet!!

  • Anonymous

    Jul 11, 2013 @ 09:26 pm
    GirlFromYourDreams said:

    I agree with the light! We need to get on that! We could change the world!

    I wonder alot about knowing of he’s the one if he’s the only one I ever been with. Sometimes I think maybe it would be good to be in a relationship and fail so when I do meet Mr Right comes I know. As weird as that sounds.

    I don’t remember what denomination the churches were. We also denomination hopped as well as church hopped. I attends a Baptist church now but they don’t preach the kissing thing.

    I think there are many people that believe in waiting but they’re just not out spoken about it.

    I hope you find someone very soon! You are so kind and so sweet!!
    ______________________

    Let’s get on to building that thing, LOL!

    I think you’re right. I think there’s other people are scared to admit it, but honestly, some of my very best female friends know. I’m not embarrassed about it. None of my male friends know, but I know if they did, they’d be so shocked! That’s part of the reason I don’t tell them, because I know a lot of my male friends really like me, and I have always seen them as brothers to be honest.

    I don’t think it’s weird to kind of hope a few of your relationships fail before you find the right guy. This is how I feel as well. You want to know you didn’t make a mistake and marry the first person out there you see. I know because I have never fell in love that it might be easier for me to fall, and I am already a hopeless romantic. Mama always worries about me and the girls with that stuff – she wants us to make a good choice, too. She makes me laugh so much – she is always trying to ‘set me up’ with someone, and she loves to play matchmaker. Daddy is very protective (I’m a Southern Daddy’s Little Girl,) but he really wants me to meet someone, too so he can give the guy the “cleaning this gun” speech. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDTsLjDf_uE He says he’s not going to be tough on the guy, but I just don’t see it. He is very attached to my sisters and I, and he will do anything for us to have what we need.

    And don’t get me started on my Grandpa – Southern drawl, big attitude, loud temper, but if you really get to know him he has such a soft heart. He is the most protective person I know in my family. I don’t think my Granddad will really be too bad. He is very welcoming, and he just wants me to meet someone so he can tell them stories, LOL!

    Aww, thanks for the compliments, it means a lot to me! :)

  • Anonymous

    I can’t stress, though, how important it is to LOVE YOURSELF FIRST. If you can’t accept who God made you to be, and if you can’t love yourself flaws and all, you can’t expect to really love someone else the way that they deserve to be loved. That’s why I really love this song, because it’s so very honest in my circumstances (and yours too)She’s my favorite female artist, by the way – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kMOzSrr95pY

    I have accepted myself for who I am, and I am able to know what I am deserving of, and it’s so important that men know you have expectations. They should always let you know of their expectations, as well. I also know some of what I want in another person, but I haven’t had experience, so that is where I am still deciding what it is that I want in another person.

  • GirlFromYourDreams

    Thats so cute that your parents try to set you up and are so protective! I’m not really close to my parents. I know they love me and they say nice word of encouragement to my face but I hear what they say when I’m not around. They’re kindda fed up with me. But if I was them I would be fed up with me. 

    For the last two years I attend a community two year college and every semester I changed my major. I had alot of interest and had no idea what direction to go down. Finally I found a major I was super passionate about and love. I prayed alot about it and it seemed the way to go. But when I applied for schools to transfer to I was rejected by everyone. So now I’m living with my parents with no idea on what my future is. 

    On top of that I am Bipolar and they really don’t get it. They just don’t understand. My last semester I went thru my worse depression episode ever and my grades really took a hit. They also think I spend money on stupid stuff and just blow it but when your in a depressive state you have to make an effort to make yourself happy. 

    I think being Bipolar sets me back in the romantic department as well. I know the right guy will love me no matter what but it can make dating hard. It’s hard to explain to someone you only went out once why you were fine the last date but now you can’t get out of bed. I feel that no one should have to deal with the ups and downs of Bipolar. 

    I try to love myself I do I do I do. But it’s so hard. 

  • Anonymous

    For the last two years I attend a community two year college and every semester I changed my major. I had alot of interest and had no idea what direction to go down. Finally I found a major I was super passionate about and love. I prayed alot about it and it seemed the way to go. But when I applied for schools to transfer to I was rejected by everyone. So now I’m living with my parents with no idea on what my future is.

    ____________________________________________________________
    What is it that you want to do in your life? Go out there and do it and don’t let anyone stop you or tell you that your dreams are too big for you to reach. I, too, transferred colleges (I went to one college for two years and a different college the next two years). I just received my Bachelor’s Degree this May and graduated in the top 14 in my graduating class and Magna Cum Laude (with high honors). I almost made Summa Cum Laude (Highest Honors) but I was one tenth of a point too short (but that’s alright, because I know I did my best). I received a Bachelor of Arts in English b/c it’s something that I love and I’ve always wanted to be a Journalist. I love writing and speaking to people and I know that if I can use my written or spoken words to convey information to others that I can change this world for the better.

    My sister is receiving her Bachelor of Science Degree at the end of this month in Education K-8. She and I have been talking, and we are both positive that we’d like to go back to school once we get our loans paid off and get our Masters. My lil sis goes to college at the end of August and she was Salutatorian of her graduating class. Her speech was AMAZING. I know she’ll do great things as well and she wants to be a Pediatric Neurologist and is going to Med School.

    I’m at the point now where I’m deciding whether I want to continue my English degree into a Masters or whether I want to go to Law School. I’m thinking really hard about what I want to do. It would be great to get a Masters in English, but I may go to Law School. I think that would be so much fun because I am good at convincing others, public speaking is a huge passion of mine and I am EXCELLENT at making an argument for myself or those I care about. Before I go back to school though, I want to start my career and get that set off. (So this would be working full-time and going to school part-time.)

    I know this is long, but all I’m saying is that I know your parents love you and no big is too big for you to achieve. The only thing standing between you and your dreams is your willpower to succeed. So if you want to do something with your life and have a dream, start applying to other colleges to finish up your degree and do them!

    I believe you can do it and so does God!!!! :)

  • Anonymous

    For the last two years I attend a community two year college and every semester I changed my major. I had alot of interest and had no idea what direction to go down. Finally I found a major I was super passionate about and love. I prayed alot about it and it seemed the way to go. But when I applied for schools to transfer to I was rejected by everyone. So now I’m living with my parents with no idea on what my future is.

    ____________________________________________________________
    What is it that you want to do in your life? Go out there and do it and don’t let anyone stop you or tell you that your dreams are too big for you to reach. I, too, transferred colleges (I went to one college for two years and a different college the next two years). I just received my Bachelor’s Degree this May and graduated in the top 14 in my graduating class and Magna Cum Laude (with high honors). I almost made Summa Cum Laude (Highest Honors) but I was one tenth of a point too short (but that’s alright, because I know I did my best). I received a Bachelor of Arts in English b/c it’s something that I love and I’ve always wanted to be a Journalist. I love writing and speaking to people and I know that if I can use my written or spoken words to convey information to others that I can change this world for the better.

    My sister is receiving her Bachelor of Science Degree at the end of this month in Education K-8. She and I have been talking, and we are both positive that we’d like to go back to school once we get our loans paid off and get our Masters. My lil sis goes to college at the end of August and she was Salutatorian of her graduating class. Her speech was AMAZING. I know she’ll do great things as well and she wants to be a Pediatric Neurologist and is going to Med School.

  • Anonymous

    For the last two years I attend a community two year college and every semester I changed my major. I had alot of interest and had no idea what direction to go down. Finally I found a major I was super passionate about and love. I prayed alot about it and it seemed the way to go. But when I applied for schools to transfer to I was rejected by everyone. So now I’m living with my parents with no idea on what my future is.

    ____________________________________________________________
    What is it that you want to do in your life? Go out there and do it and don’t let anyone stop you or tell you that your dreams are too big for you to reach. I, too, transferred colleges (I went to one college for two years and a different college the next two years). I just received my Bachelor’s Degree this May and graduated in the top 14 in my graduating class and Magna Cum Laude (with high honors). I almost made Summa Cum Laude (Highest Honors) but I was one tenth of a point too short (but that’s alright, because I know I did my best). I received a Bachelor of Arts in English b/c it’s something that I love and I’ve always wanted to be a Journalist. I love writing and speaking to people and I know that if I can use my written or spoken words to convey information to others that I can change this world for the better. I’ve always known that I was meant to do big things in my life.

  • Anonymous

    My sister is receiving her Bachelor of Science Degree at the end of this month in Education K-8. She and I have been talking, and we are both positive that we’d like to go back to school once we get our loans paid off and get our Masters. My lil sis goes to college at the end of August and she was Salutatorian of her graduating class. Her speech was AMAZING. I know she’ll do great things as well and she wants to be a Pediatric Neurologist and is going to Med School.

    I’m at the point now where I’m deciding whether I want to continue my English degree into a Masters or whether I want to go to Law School. I’m thinking really hard about what I want to do. It would be great to get a Masters in English, but I may go to Law School. I think that would be so much fun because I am good at convincing others, public speaking is a huge passion of mine and I am EXCELLENT at making an argument for myself or those I care about. Before I go back to school though, I want to start my career and get that set off. (So this would be working full-time and going to school part-time.)

    I know this is long, but all I’m saying is that I know your parents love you and no big is too big for you to achieve. The only thing standing between you and your dreams is your willpower to succeed. So if you want to do something with your life and have a dream, start applying to other colleges to finish up your degree and do them!

    I believe you can do it and so does God!!!! :)

  • Anonymous

    My sister is receiving her Bachelor of Science Degree at the end of this month in Education K-8. She and I have been talking, and we are both positive that we’d like to go back to school once we get our loans paid off and get our Masters. My lil sis goes to college at the end of August and she was Salutatorian of her graduating class. Her speech was AMAZING. I know she’ll do great things as well and she wants to be a Pediatric Neurologist and is going to Med School.

    I’m at the point now where I’m deciding whether I want to continue my English degree into a Masters or whether I want to go to Law School. I’m thinking really hard about what I want to do. It would be great to get a Masters in English, but I may go to Law School. I think that would be so much fun because I am good at convincing others, public speaking is a huge passion of mine and I am EXCELLENT at making an argument for myself or those I care about. Before I go back to school though, I want to start my career and get that set off. (So this would be working full-time and going to school part-time.)

    I know this is long, but all I’m saying is that I know your parents love you and no big is too big for you to achieve. The only thing standing between you and your dreams is your willpower to succeed. So if you want to do something with your life and have a dream, start applying to other colleges to finish up your degree and do them!

    I believe you can do it and so does God!!!! :)

  • Anonymous

    Now I just need to find out what path in entertainment I need to start out in. I know whatever I do I will have success.

    I think that you should follow your heart. Law sound great! Especially if you love public speaking!!
    _______________________________________________

    Hey, there is nothing wrong with that. College isn’t for everybody and that’s okay. As long as you have a dream and a plan to get there, that’s all that should matter.

    I understand where you parents are coming from and they just want the best for you, however, they should cultivate your entertainment dreams, not deny you of your passions. I would be respectful but honest and have a sit down and heart-to-heart with your parents about the goals you have for your future. If they see how much you love entertaining, they should understand that’s something you want to do and be helpful and a support system to get you where you want to go!!!

    Speaking of your love of the arts, I, too love the arts. You name it: drawing, painting, music writing, performing, crafts….you name it, I love it! LOL! My sisters and I have written our own music as a side hobby for about 7 years now. It’s our release and like our therapy. I have been playing the piano for about 15 years now. (I started when I was 8) and still play today. I want to become an amazing pianist like Stevie Wonder or Elton John one day. My other sister has been playing for the same amount of time and my lil sis has been playing piano for 11 years and guitar for 8 years. I have a performance coming up this Sunday (I have played for my college and at fairs, but I mostly have played for churches.) I’m so happy because not only do I get to play Christian music that glorifies God, but I also get to play some of my own music that I’ve written. Last time it was well-recieved by the audience members. We’ll see if they like the song I cranked out this time.

    Yeah, I figure that would be a great profession. I’d love to do either of those (Journalism or Law). At this point, I’m just waiting for God’s plan to be revealed in my life. I currently work as a Cartographer (I make maps for the State I live in,) which is fun and enjoyable, but it’s not my life’s passion. I long to help others and to touch lives. My sisters and I all want to do this, which is why my twin sis is a teacher and my little sis wants to be a doctor. Plus, how cool will that be to have a doctor, a lawyer (or journalist) and a teacher?!?! ;)

  • Anonymous

    I meant when I was eight years old. Wow, I didn’t mean to put the cool face there. Hah!

  • Anonymous

    *It’s Yvonne, but you get the point!* :D

  • GirlFromYourDreams

    That’s a big responsibility!

    ———

    I know! And of it wasnt for my Mom Im pretty sure my goldfish sotos of died along time ago. If i cant take care of a goldfish How am i suplías take care of a human?

  • Anonymous

    What are the lyrics of the songs?

  • Anonymous

    Wish they hadn’t chosen the Roman numeral five for the album name. “V” leaves them open to too many jokes.

  • Pixita

    Anonymous said:

    OMG she was there!! someone i know SAW her! and B even approached her at the M&G.. i’m so flipping pissed about it.This was supposed to be the JBs night,and everyone is talking and focusing on her,as usual! Joe needs to check his priorities right now.He is putting her ahead of the guy’s career.Now this tour is going to suck! and I have no interest in caring anymore,i bet he kept looking and singing to her! pathetic
    ————
    Grow the fuck up, hardly anyone is commenting on her you’re the one making a mountain out of a molehill. Go get some Zoloft.

  • Anonymous

    Don’t you think if nick wanted them backstage he would’ve given them VIP passes to go backstage? I’m sure a lot of girls try to pass through the bodyguards saying the boys wanted them backstage.

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  • GirlFromYourDreams

    That skit is so funny! I never get hit on though!

    As for the virginity thing I do believe in waiting until marrage but if it did happen with someone I love and have had a long relationship with I wouldnt regret it. Things happen. I dont think I woukd make it a regular thing we do though.

    I do

    If I was in a relationship with someone who has sex before I wouldnt fault them or turn them down if it was one time situation or they have changed their ways. As lomg as they kniw not to expect sex right away in the relationship.

    I do think that sex is more than the phyical its a gift from God to connect two people that love eachother.

    The person has to be Chistian for me. Its my number 1 thing and a deal breaker if the person is not. I need someone who believes in whatI do and trying to convert someone that you are ina reltionship in never works.

  • Anonymous

    I agree with EVERYTHING you just said about not being a Christian being a deal-breaker, and I too wouldn’t turn down someone if it was a one-time deal where they had sex with someone and they were weak and made a mistake with another person. We’re all human. I want human, not perfection!

    Ideally I would prefer the person to be pure, though.

    I’m sure you get hit on – sometimes guys are very subtle with that, and we just notice the really obnoxious, boisterous ones. That’s not to say that I haven’t caught men staring at me that were off-guard, though! ;)