Girls, we all know that you all do it, try to come up with excuses to talk to or see your ex. Isn't easier to just tell them you miss them or still have feelings for him, and just be straight forward?
Anyway, with that, I have three things I was wondering girls could give their insight on.
First. If you broke up with your boyfriend, it doesn't matter why or how recently/long go, what various excuses do you use to see him again? For example, "can you bring me my one DVD you still have?" Etc..
Second. If you are trying to see and talk to him again, and you did the breaking up, what are your reasons? Do you miss him, still have feelings for him, etc..? Basicaly, why are you making contact and creating opportunities to see him face to face again?
Third. If you do miss and/or still have feelings for him, what hints or signs will you give him? For example, you randomly pop up and start talking to him again, do you keep him in the loop about how your life is going? Also, what reasons are there for small talk to be so hot and cold (one day you do a lot of small talk with him, the next you are giving him the cold shoulder, or vice-versus)?
You females are quite a confusing species. Help us men to better understand. Obviously they don't have to be my examples, but if you could give insight into those three questions, it would be greatly appreciated. Personal experiences and stories are welcome.
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Wow...ok. so...u are right..we do make up dumb excuses not to seem obvious. I've done it 10000 times lol. However...not when I'm the one that did the dumping. We are like guys in that aspect usually...once we are done we are done. So if I did do that it would either be because I missed him or had regret of some kind and wanted to feel out if I still had feelings... If this is happening to you are still interested in her then just let her play her game and try and judge for yourself what the real reason is behind it. If you are welcoming she will gain confidence and reveal her intentions quickly0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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