I've been really good friends with this guy for the past two years. We met through mutual friends and everyone said that we would make such a cute couple. We both denied it, and have been denying it since we met, but we openly flirt all of the time and it's really fun. It seems like a good situation, but for the past couple months, my girl friends keep bringing up his bad points and telling me not to go for him due to shallow reasons. It's clear that we have a thing for each other, but because we're in the same circle of friends, if we were to date, it would be super awkward and I wouldn't hear the end of it. Should I stop flirting altogether or keep it how it is?
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It really comes down to you. If you want to try for the relationship then it shouldn't matter what your friends think. If they are your real friends, they will accept you both and want the two of you to be happy. However, if you don't want to be in a relationship with him and enjoy things the way they are then by all means keep them this way, but be warned he may want to be with you and if you don't you shouldn't lead him on.
It comes down to this. What do you want? What will make you happy? The rest of it will fall into place.0