Every day that goes by with me talking to some of my friends out there makes me feel a little more thankful that Boyfriendo is around. I don't know if I'm good at the whole dating thing, period, so it's better for me to do be in a  good old fashioned boring relationship. I was talking to a friend the other day and he told me he met a girl at a bar two weeks ago, and there was this insane chemistry they can't explain, even though they only talked for 15 minutes. Apparently they were checking each other out the whole night, and eventually  exchanged numbers. Unfortunately she lives about two hours away . . . but last week he drove to stay with her. He says it was the most amazing weekend ever, and now they're in a relationship . . . but now he's wondering if they rushed things.

I have no idea what to tell him, really - even though I've done some impetuous things from time to time when it comes to new relationships.  I haven't done anything quite like that, though - although once I took a chance and sent a guy flowers.  He liked it, so I was lucky.

Is two weeks enough time to be 'officially' dating someone? If she wasn't serious, she wouldn't have invited him to stay at her place, right?  I guess that's all I can tell him.  But really, I want to know about you guys and what you've gone through in your trials and tribulations when it comes to love. What’s the craziest thing you did when you were in that ‘infatuation’ phase with someone?  Did it backfire?  Tell me all about it in our survey and we'll share your answers on the air!

Infatuatingly yours,
Behka