He found a new girl within 2 weeks, looks like me opposite personality. However, he has shown many signs of still loving me. (dramatic late night phone call of him crying - he claims he can't remember this uh huh)
Basically, it's only been ten days of no contact and I'm feeling good about that. My gut tells me he won't call. (he has a new girl after all) but at 22:10, my mobile rings, I glance at it and its him. My heart jumps, haha.
I answer it after a few rings. I surprised myself at how upbeat and happy I sounded. He asked me how I was and this was immediately followed by, "Do you have a boyfriend?"
I tell him no, but I do like somebody and he's very good looking. To which he responds, "Good looking? Very very good looking?"
I told him I have no hard feelings and I'm happy for him. At this for some STRANGE reason, he decides to tell me how great Rosie is. How he looks forward to the actual conversation and we couldn't have fun without sex. He also said he isn't sexually satisfied by her and she's not attractive.
I told him not to be ridiculous and I asked why he felt the need to say this? I told him times when we had lots of fun. Grumpily, he agreed.
He then joked he'd been looking at photos of me and trying to find naked ones (we messed around but deleted all of them) and said he was going to keep looking and try and restore them.
I told him to stop lying to himself because I know he loved me a lot. He did not respond. I tols him he's lying to him being with this girl. He did not respond.
Then he quickly snapped, "well, I've started again with someone new and I AM happy."
I said good for you, take care and hung up.
What do you make of this?
(I was just proud I didn't lose it haha)
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Men and their egos are complicated things. Maybe he does want you back, or maybe he's just competing. Because you're broken up and he wants to make sure he comes off better than you do. Though the fact that he mentioned his sex life as being the unsatisfied part suggests maybe he wants a little on-the-side fun. Could be anything really... but the best way to make yourself happy, make sure you come off better than him, and probably coax him to be honest if he really does want you back, is to focus on making yourself happy! If you want to get back with him, I guess that's a separate story, but if you don't, then see what happens with this new guy. Go into it because you're interested in him, not because you want to make your ex jealous, and see where it goes.
Beware though - as I said, men and their egos are complicated things. He may well ask for you back just because the idea of you being happy with someone new hurts his pride... then you may go back to him and as soon as he's had his fun, he's gone again. Be careful of that one!0