basically i like this boy, hes called jamie and i dont see him a lot at school but he knew i liked him and gave me his number and we met up a few times and i went 2 his house and we kissed, however one of his friends really fancies me and he told me this and i foolishly told jamie and since then hes really backed off so i dont know if its because of his mate or because hes not interested.
recently we went on a trip and he was hanging out with all his mates and i was with mine and he kept looking over at me apparantly but i was not really paying him any attention.
he has no money on his phone he had used it all up on txting me and i recently called him up and arranged a day to meet him and i said i would ring him to sort it out,
all my mates say i should be playing it hard to get but i just cant b bothered and i like him and i just want to go out with him properly.
i dont know really why i am writtin this post i think i just need to let it out basically am i being too forward and should i let him do the running about. i think i am just thinking about this too much any thing anyone could say to this rather odd post, lolll sorry. thank you.x
quote:Originally posted by little miss kitty: all my mates say i should be playing it hard to get but i just cant b bothered and i like him and i just want to go out with him properly.
It really does sound like you've answered your own delima here. It's ok to need to sound it out sometimes though, we all need that occasionally. And it sounds like you've got a pretty good handle on the situation.
In all honesty, playing games with potential partners really isn't such a hot idea. "Playing hard to get" is really over rated. Why? Cause you don't know what's going to happen. It's really just best to be up front with him if you're interested rather than playing games.
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