Strawberry. I know that is her favorite by heart.
I buy her second favorite- Chocolate.
I buy her Vanilla- that's everyone's favorite ice cream.
You give her your hoodie- she's the one that needs it most.
You cover her in the hallway, but not in the classroom. You need to focus.
You ignore it and laugh, too. Besides, she wasn't smart NOT to bring her own hoodie.
You buy her the really cool video game she wanted for a long time.
I give her a turquoise necklace because turquoise is her favorite color.
You get her a gift card because you don't have a clue with what she wants.
You keep it a secret. No matter how much you want to tell, you know how much it means to her that you keep it to yourself.
You tell one of your closest friends. She can keep a secret, too.
You tell all of your friends. It scores you major gossip points!
You bring her to a premiere of a movie and shopping!
You bring her over to listen to your new cds.
You don't comfort her. Instead, you agree with your friends and start hanging out with them more.
I am basically good friends with her sister, too, and her parents ask me to come over all the time.
I don't know her siblings at all, but her parents are nice, I guess.
I haven't seen them AT ALL.
You tell him that you just want to be friends, and that you think he's really nice and apologize to your friend.
You still are getting close to the boy, but not close enough to start a serious relationship.
You date him. Besides, it's bad enough your friend didn't tell you she was dating him.
You find a nearby mall.
You ride a few rides and watch a few shows with her.
You ride all the rides and let her watch the shows alone.