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The odd thing was, at Johnston, when you and a boy went on a date, you were considered “going out.” So because this boy and I had gone on a date, we were now “going out,” whatever that meant. If we had known about Facebook at the time, we would have changed our relationship status immediately, even if the “date” had gone horribly.
I had my first kiss that year while watching “The Fellowship of the Ring.” Despite that, it's still my favorite Lord of the Rings movie.
The date itself consisted of playing Dance Dance Revolution at the local movie theater and being dropped off and picked up by our parents.
I was eleven or twelve, awkward and tall, with long, spindly legs.
I was more interested in having a boyfriend than my actual “boyfriend.” I was intrigued by this dating thing everyone was talking about, but my boyfriend himself?
I found myself getting sick at the thought of seeing him. All I wanted at age 14 was pretty much the same things I wanted when I was 12; I wanted to watch Lord of the Rings with my friends, not him. I proceeded to ignore my “boyfriend” until he broke up with me over AIM.
After the date, he called me his girlfriend, and I freaked out.
I wasn’t ready to commit to anything, but I felt guilty for what he saw as me stringing him along.