Ok, say you have a guy friend who lives 2 hours away from you. And you are planning on meeting him when you move back. You both likes each others. You sent him pictures and sometimes you even have sexting with him. But at the same time you are still dating other guys. Would you routinely tell him that you are getting ready to date someone? And you know he doesn't like it. But you tell him anyway. But you still give him hints that you want to see him.
Would you routinely tell him that you are getting ready to date someone?
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I would have asked her multiple questions. lol. I would ask her how she feels straight out how she feels. I know you asked her friend but sometimes friends can misinterpret or say things that may not be true. It's happened to mi so just in case just ask. She may feel that she sees you as dating material or that you've know each other so long and you probably get along so well that she might just give it a try. Who knows. She does. lol. So I would ask her that.
The second question I would ask is why does she take about the other guys she is going out with when you have told her that you do not want to hear bout it. Perhaps, you didn't express yourself about how you feel about that. Tell her that you are not in a relationship and you respect that she has the right to see other people until she moves but until then you would prefer not to hear about it because you have feelings for her.
=/ BUT! the question I have for you is..2hrs is not that far away...not a LDR IMO. Why not just date now?0
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Eh, you should just talk to her and cut the sh*t. Harmless flirting is fine between two friends but if one has feelings and another doesn't or doesn't admit to it then it can be hurtful. So just ask if she would be willing to meet up or date you or even likes you in that way. hope it helps0
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