ed4ev wrote:ok well, this boy asked me out, and i said yes, but i dont know if i like him and my friend likes him and now shes all sad and stuff cuz it wasnt her...what should i do??? plus this is like my first boyfriend
Elizabeth wrote:^I would, but not to a total stranger. I think I'd put two and two together, maybe he knows Amanda is your friend and that the message would get back to you. I think you should casually ask him to hang out with you and your friends. But make it sound 'casual', for example: 'A couple of us are going to the movies (or whatever it may be) do you wanna come?' If he wants to see you, he'll go! I think this would be a great icebreaker and maybe open up to the bigger issue- if he likes you.
StupidxLamb wrote:~twilight_princess~ wrote:I'm fifteen, I'll be sixteen next summer. I just don't know about this boy. I mean, he danced with me at homecoming, and I don't think he danced with this other girl (who is one of my good friends) and he hugs me all the time when he sees me, and we can actually TALK... (I'm not that good at talking to guys). Idk... I probably won't act on it until I CAN date, but I still just think about him all the time, and I can't tell anyone because my friends might tease me about it/or they think he's weird. I think that they think I'm too good for him.
Aw. Well, I can honestly say that I've been there! Twice! I am only just now allowed to date (my parents have the same 16 year rule). The hardest part about telling someone you like them before you can date is that, if someone's feelings change, someone has to say that they don't like the other person in that way anymore. But if you're dating, you can say that you feel it's time to break up, without using those exact words (ie: I don't like you that way). You could always just ask him who he likes...and see if he says you.
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