if you weren't friends for a while beforehand, yeah its too soonIt depends on the person, dude.
someone that is unable to move from the neck down. and a paraplegic is someone that is only able to move from the waist up.
only if you are a student as well
Only with parental consent. What counts is your birthday, not the months counting up to it.
17 and 11 months is not the same as 18. They can only move if the parents give you permission.
Probably a car.
Only if your parent (s ) sign a special paper to let you move otherwise no you can't.
Have you heard of the saying LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT
A sloth is a slow and sleepy animal. They are known to move only when they have to, and even then they move very slowly.
8 months is hardly only but it doesn't matter because it's 18 or nothing. Not until then are you emancipated.
The earliest known Roman calendar consisted of ten months, of either 30 or 31 days.
You are two months too young to be considered an adult. The only way to leave before that age is to have permission.
I would say it's not a good idea
No, the fetus is too small and is still almost floating around. usually you only start to feel them move from 18 weeks on
When someone only cares about themself. This can also be known as 'selfish'.
If she left you then the only thing you could do is to move on with your life and find someone else.
Yes you can! There are a few ways to make someone move in with you. Make friends with them and ask to move in when its kinda full to the top (friend bar meter). Sometimes they may refuse, but only because you have 8 people in your family. Good Luck!
Just date her/him a long time and ask after # months you can ask but only if your in high school otherwise no.
Well, this can only be known if someone has seen it happen, or he tell you he did.
He is dating Vanessa; whether he likes someone else as well is only known by him.
Known as the splendid little war, it lasted only about 3 months.
No, there is not.
You can never move on from love, it will be there forever. As time goes by, the feeling will not be as strong (most of the time) but once you love someone, you will always love them. Don't get into another relationship to "move on" wait until you are sure you want to be with someone, and not just needing someone to help you stop thinking abut someone else. Accept your love, accept the loss of the person, and move keep moving forward. Eventually you will go from thinking about them constantly to only thinking about them every hour, then every day, and eventually, only once in a great while.
You can't. Only the defendant has standing to move the court to modify the bond.
You are not yet considered an adult. The only way to leave before that age is to have permission.