It's a simple question, please answer honestly (:
- Waiting for her to text/call first & reply asap10% (12)3% (3)7% (15)Vote
- Tell their friends about it, but not necessarily show18% (22)14% (12)16% (34)Vote
- Try to contact her ALL the time17% (21)8% (7)13% (28)Vote
- Ask her out constantly, usually not waiting for her to ask first11% (14)11% (10)11% (24)Vote
- They want to know if the feeling's mutual- so they wait44% (55)64% (55)53% (110)Vote
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After I voted (I picked E by the way) I went and read a couple of your previous questions, as they are all about the same person/situation, I thought I'd tell you about my situation.
I recently became friends with a fantastic woman, we got along really well. She talked about everything, nothing seemed out of bounds and gave me advice about the woman I had recently started dating.
I was attracted to my friend from the first moment I saw her, but I didn't think anything would happen with it so when we started becoming friendly my attraction didn't come into it. We started hanging out and talking. Then one day as we were having lunch together she became squirmy and hesitant to speak. Then she blurted out that she had feelings for me and wanted to know if I would consider her girlfriend material if things didn't work out with the woman I was dating. She quickly explained that she didn't want anything to ruin the friendship we had as that was too important to her and that I should just be honest.
That night I broke it off with the woman I had been dating and started seeing my friend.
My advice is to be honest with your friend, even if he doesn't feel the same, at least you'll know where you stand. Ignorance isn't always bliss.