Theres a guy at my school that said hes liked me for a long time but never got the guts to tell me, a couple weeks ago one of my friends went over to him while he was eating and started talking to him and his friends about me. She then came over to get me and drug me to him and started saying that she knew he liked me and embarresed him in front of everyone a week later he told me he couldn't go out with me b-cuz "his girl" had come back into town and he wanted us to be close friends. Since then hes acted very awkward around me and he still constantly flirts with me. But if hes got a girl then why is he acting like this and how should I make him stop?Also one of his close friends and I are dating and the guy doesn't know. Should I tell him? His friend says I shouldn't b-cuz he knows his friend still has feelings for me I'm so confused I don't know what to do. Write back A.S.A.P! I need to know how to handle this.
Posts: 5 | From: austell,GA,USA | Registered: Dec 2005
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1. He has "a girl". 2. You are dating his friend. 3. He's flirting with you. 4. He doesn't know you are taken, but he's taken.
Ok, well--to make him stop, you tell him to stop. Be honest with yourselves about your dating situations--you're both seeing someone, and therefore off-limits to each other. He may not know you're with someone, but he sure knows his OWN situation, and therefore shouldn't be flirting with you in the first place.
Posts: 640 | From: The Valley of the Sun, AZ, USA | Registered: May 2004
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