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Anonymous asked: My girlfriend doesn't think I'm funny. I'm gonna go sit in a corner and draw circles in the sand.

koi-and-ugli:

Koi: Bro, better step up your game then! Try to joke about things you’re both interested in. Chances are your jokes are only funny to you because you care a lot more about it than she does. 

Ugli: Make room in the corner, I’ll be joining you

Sadly yours,
Koi and Ugli. 

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Anonymous asked: My boyfriend is studying abroad, and I'm going to say this right now, long distance SUCKS. We Skype every other night and say "I love you" but I feel like he's losing interest in me. When I check his facebook, there's barely any activity. He's smart enough to keep events and photos off Facebook(or he hides it from me), and he stopped elaborating when he tells me about his day. I think he might be cheating on me! Help! I'm scared, I don't want my heart broken! Should I break it off first?

koi-and-ugli:

Koi: Before you do anything, make sure you have your facts straight.  You could just be overreacting because you’re really far away from him and you miss him.  No activity on his Facebook could mean that he’s genuinely busy.  He probably doesn’t elaborate because he’s tired and nothing exciting/worth sharing happened to him.  If the LD is really killing you, go ahead and break it off, but he could be faithful and you’re just freaking out.  Don’t worry girl, you got this in the bag!

Ugli: Think about why he may consider cheating on you; don’t put all the blame on yourself, but be honest.  If you can’t think of anything, then you probably have nothing to worry about.  If you do have concerns, raise them to him clearly and calmly.  Openness is a must, but don’t expect the best answers.  And don’t ask him about all the new girls he’s befriended, because that can hurt a lot more than help.  Hold off breaking up with him until he gets back, but don’t force yourself to stay in a relationship that hurts.

Wish you the best,
Koi and Ugli