There is this guy that he is kinda a player but he really seems to like me. and i really like him to. he sometimes gives me mixed signals tho but he always texts me and asks me to text him. he goes to places that he knows ill be and we'll always be texting , but he will never approach me. he always tellls me im cute or hot or something. we are always texting and he always says he wants to hang out with me...but he always brings up that he wants to have sex with me to. Now i dont really have a problem with doing anything with him, its just that i want to be more that just the girl he fools around with. i mean , i want to be his girlfriend. i would be pretty open wit the relationship to , i just dont want to be called any mean or cruel names because i do stuff with him without being his girlfriend. how can i get him to ask me out to be his girlfriend? its just that i would be more eager to hang out and do stuff with him knowing that i am more than a "friend with benefits" sort of deal. i really do like him, and its obvious that he really likes me too...why cant he just get the hint to ask me already so we can do things?
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You don't need to wait around for him to ask by any means! You could try talking to him and telling him that you like him and asking him on a date (such as the coffee house classic). If he agrees, then bring it up over the coffee that if you and him were to get together, you want to be in an official, exclusive relationship, not as friends who have sex.
A good relationship is based on good communication, honesty, and openness. If you cannot communicate your wishes this early on, the problem may crop up again later in the relationship.
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