By chaptonella | Dec 03 2015
Okay so I have had very strong feelings for one of my best friends (let's call him Idiot), and I have never been entirely sure of his feelings towards me due to his flirtatious nature and various exploits with other girls. I was finally ready to move on, and have entered into a developing potential relationship with another guy (let's call him Fez.) who I really like. 2 weeks ago, I was informed by Idiot's (male) best friend that I should not pursue Fez, and "wait for Idiot" as he had recently realized his feelings for me, and wanted a relationship. I held back on Fez because I wasn't sure and I was still deciding whether even after trying to moving on, I should try something with Idiot. After lots of deliberation I decided I couldn't do that to Fez and I also didn't want to risk mucking up my friendship with Idiot, and so I chose Fez. However, last night, I was hanging out with Idiot, as we usually do as friends, and he asked me if I wanted to try a relationship. It was horrible because I had to tell him no at this point, and so he cried, and we hugged for over an hour and I felt devastated over what needed to be done. Now I don't know how to act around him as we were always quite close physically and we had a very strong bond that I am terrified of losing. It's not as if I don't still have feelings for him, but I know it would be a bad idea, especially with Fez in the equation. How much space should give, and how should I initiate the 'rekindling' of our once very close friendship without it seeming forced or awkward?
By thisgirl2sweet | Oct 06 2014
I've been talking with this guy that's on my high school's football team for about a month or so. He's not like the other football players who say I'm one of the boys; he sees I'm a lady and treats me as such. And I had the chance to have dinner with him, his twin sister (who's like my best friend), his older brother who's on Varsity, his mom, and his step dad. I said I would pay for my portion of the meal, but his parents INSISTED that they would pay. They invited me after I had meet them about 30 minutes before. I first meet his step dad who when he hear my name said "You're the girl (his name) hasn't been able to stop talking about for the past week!" and I said "I guess so, sir! Pleasure to meet you!" During the dinner (we ate at chili's), he flirted with me. After the dinner, his sister yelled out "(His name) likes (my name)!!!" he doesn't have a phone (true) because he broke his, but he's on FB often and we see each other every day after school (I'm my high school's Football Videographer, so I film practice and all three teams' games). Our homecoming is on Saturday and his sister keeps telling me to ask him because he's too shy to ask me.
By incognitolover | Oct 06 2014
I'm a junior in highschool and recently started talking to this guy that I've known like existed since freshman year but we've just never talked. He asked for my snapchat and we snapchatted for like a week pretty regularly (he initiated) but then he stopped replying. We still talk during after school club meetings though. We flirt and he says sweet things and gives me hugs and gets jealous/hurt if I say other guys are hot. But during school if I ever see him (which is rare) he just keeps staring at me and will maybe say hi but that's it.