I have known this guy for about two years and ever since I met him, I've realized how much I like him and how compatible we'd be. In the past two months, my best friend has developed a major crush on him. She doesn't know I like him, she just thinks we're friends, and she talks about him all the time. The thing is, he really likes me; beyond a doubt, and even my other friends have noticed that he has come around more often just to talk to me. She wants to ask him out, but I don't think she realizes what's going on. She is far from his type, and I really don't think he'd say yes except to be nice. If I tell her I like him too, it won't go well. She is very protective and obsessive of her men, and I want to maintain peace, if you know what I mean. Any tips?
- Keep pursuing him! Don't let anyone get in your way.Vote A
- Let it rest for a little bit and try again later on. See if she gets over it.Vote B
- Just try to forget him. It's no use ruining a friendship for boys.Vote C
Most Helpful Guy
Well, you could try figuring out who he likes. Maybe he likes you, or your friend. Maybe he likes neither. Either way, just continue being friends and don't fight over this guy. And whoever he picks, don't let it hurt you and don't try to hurt your friend.
If you're certain he likes you though, then see if you can convince your friend. Don't be mean or forceful about it. If she takes it the wrong way, just let things cool down between you two. Don't start dating until you're certain she's okay with it.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
If your other friends think it's obvious he likes you, then let them tell her that. She may look out for these clues and understand he likes you. Maybe then she'll come talk to you about it and you will figure it out from there :)0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE