Ok, so there's this guy and he's one of my best friends, we kinda don't want boyfriends or girlfriends, but we flirt a lot, and me and him and some of our other friends are gonna go see a movie. Would it be bad if we kissed, he always talks about stuff like that, and I'm okay with it, but would that lead into a relationship? He's really nice and sweet and funny, and I'd love to kiss him, but would it ever go further?
Yeah.. that movie never happened,but for those of you wondering, I'm seeing a movie with him for valentines day ooh, and he said he liked me. [yeah I've known but it makes a difference when he gets up the guts to say it] and I'm so going for it. <3
Kiss him! He talks about it and you are seeing a movie! If he acts shocked at first, that is okay. Start out on the cheek and then move on from there. Watch his response. For all you know, maybe he wants to be your boyfriend but doesn't ask you this because he's afraid of rejection.
If you initiate physical affection with him from the get-go, you're going to let him know that that's what he can expect from you... and he will. let him make the moves and make sure he respects you when you guys hang out. if you take the lead early, you will ensure that he most likely never will. my advice: if you want him to be invested in your relationship, let him figure out how much he's willing to work at it - don't just give him what you think he wants.
So it's been 2 months since you posted this have you kissed him yet??? :)
You know... I'm the same way with my best friend and I've asked myself a million and one times if I should kiss him and it doesn't seem to matter how many times I ask myself the answer is always yes I would... and I would because he's my best friend I love him.... It would be funny but romantic at the same time and 3rd just because I want to and I know because he's my best friend he accepts me for being me so it takes a lot of pressure off my shoulders. Let me know if you kissed him! I'm really curious if you did and how it went.
Well. Sometimes a friendship can turn into the best relationship with someone. "Love is friendship set on fire" I forgot who said that but it wasn't me. lol. But if you want to remain JUST friends, I would suggest you don't kiss him. It can confuse and end up hurting both of you. But if you have thoughts about maybe starting a relationship, definitely kiss him. You just need to know what you want out of this, and go for it. Consider him too though. Good luck girl! -Megan