hello mr. – is­sue 04

Hello Mr. Magazine - - GROOMING FEATURE -

And if you feel like ask­ing him out, do so. When you go on your first date, ask him ques­tions. Speak re­spect­fully of your par­ents and be hum­ble about your suc­cess. Don’t get ham­mered. Also, don’t fuck him. Also, don’t even kiss him. If you want to text him the next day or see him again, do so. Over time, take no­tice of the way he talks about oth­ers and the way he treats mem­bers of his fam­ily. His fam­ily might not seem im­por­tant in the be­gin­ning, but his fam­ily is very im­por­tant. And when you’re with him, you’ll know you’re sup­posed to be with him. Re­mem­ber that feel­ing on your skin, or in your dick, or in your stom­ach? That’s go­ing to keep hap­pen­ing. It might make you feel woozy or a lit­tle nau­se­ated, but don’t freak out. This isn’t a feel­ing you can just con­jure up at will, so just ride it when it’s inside you. When you’re ready to say “I love you,” do so. Then say it ev­ery day after that. Even if you only say it to him while he’s asleep. Buy him presents for no rea­son. Learn to cook the things he likes. Ev­ery now and then, put on mu­sic and slow dance with him in the liv­ing room. Get to know his sense of hu­mor and make him laugh of­ten. Make a big deal out of an­niver­saries. When the two of you are at a party, look at him from across the room and wink. Draw pic­tures for him. Write bad po­etry for him. Cre­ate a pa­per trail of your re­la­tion­ship. Read and reread ev­ery­thing.

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