I personaly think he is just trying to make you feel better. Don't answer right away. let his ask you in person and if he talks really pasionatly then give him another chance. EO it could be what he wants he might of thought of how much he loss then wants you back or it could be a quick butty call so do not let your gard down. Sometimes when we are around our partner too much we can take each other for granted. The split-up was a good thing and I suggest you take the advice of the other poster and let him sweat it out a little before accepting getting back together. Sometimes when together communication is nil, and some people can express their feelings best when emailing another or even by phone. I think he was finally expressing what he always felt.
the guy you like is trying to get his friend to talk to you and make you intrested in him
no chance. never ever.
Each minute that defribillation is delayed reduces the chance of survival by about 10%.
Yes of course
No, the word 'sudden' is an adjective, a word used to describe a noun.A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence.Example:A sudden storm ended our picnic. Itwas not expected.the adjective 'sudden' describes the noun 'storm'The pronoun 'it' takes the place of the noun 'storm' in the second sentence.
well she could just be offline then when she wants to stalk you and your online she'll come offline and be online
Nick Faldo in the second hole fo sudden death
It's not a sudden thing. It evolved from a list you can probably find online to what it is now.
The coronary artery brings blood to the heart muscle. Blockage of this vessel can cause heart failure, heart attacks, angina, and sudden death.
There was a definite chill in the air when I walked the dog this morning. The sudden appearance of the evil character brings a stunning chill to the stage. Let's chill some sangria!
In a collision that brings the vehicle to a sudden stop, seat belts will prevent people inside the vehicle from being thrown forward, often through the windsceen.
"Blitzkrieg," which translates to "lightning war."
No, the word 'sudden' is not a noun; sudden is an adjective, a word that describes a noun (a sudden storm).The noun form for the adjective sudden is suddenness.
The word 'sudden' is an adjective, a word used to describe a noun (a sudden storm, a suddenaccident).
Yes, it is. If there is variation in a populations, and a sudden catastrophic event occurs, there is more of a chance that some of the individuals in the population will survive, and the population will not die out.
"All of a sudden" is the correct phrase in English.
Sudden emotions could be due to sudden stimuli. Sudden stimuli could be awaken in the society.
Sudden is an adjective, not a verb.
Each minute that defibrillation is delayed reduces the chance of survival by about ten percent. The use of defibrillation bumps the survival rate from 2.5 percent to fifty percent.
The correct phrase is "all of a sudden". Bad grammar is often spread because the phrase is misheard, and "all of a sudden" sounds very similar to "all the sudden" or "all of the sudden" when a person says it quickly.
Work on you personal self esteem issues
You do not panic; do as he says until you get the chance to get the perpetrator's weapon. You do NOT advance towards the person or make any sudden movements if they are further than an arm's length away.
The best i could think of was "windfall" meaning an event that brings a sudden stroke of luck, equally unexpectedly.J.R.R. Tolkien made up a word to fit that exact definition which he called "eucatastrophy", adding the latin prefix "eu", meaning good. He used it to define the epic, sudden and happy resolutions of hopeless situations in his stories.