I took people's' advice and asked the guy I like out, no scooting around it and he told me no but what I don't understand is why he said it like this: "I'd love to but I just got out a five year relationship before coming here and I still talk to her a lot and still like her so-". His face also had to look of "Damn I really want to but I can't" and I don't understand. I get it was a no, I'm not asking to help me try to get him but I'm just kinda lost with how he said it. Can anyone help?
Most Helpful Guy
He was telling you that you still have a chance. He just needs time to heal and get over her. If he went out with you now you would just be the rebound. Give him time and let him know you are still interested, as it clues into him that she is done with him then you will look more appealing.. anytime I say 'i would love to but...' I am saying 'if you could wait till I get shit sorted out then okay but I don't have any right to ask you to wait for me' if I have no interest at all it is just 'sorry no'2
Most Helpful Girl
He is being Polite with all of his Might.
It seems with this One, hun, along with his Lame duck excuses, he is Telling you He is still Hooked to the Hip with her and that You have no Chance with Romance.
Good luck. xx0