He and I were friends for a long time, then had sex, then I saw a picture that his bro uploaded of all of them out and he was with another girl. I always told him I had my doubts abotu a relationship with him because he wants to see other girls, and I'm fine with that because we're friends. So after that picture, I backed away for the last two months, which wasn't hard to do because he disappeared on me too. I kept it neutral, and recently he found out I'm casually talking to someone (I made it apparent on my phone so he knows I'm not waiting on him). He would always ask me if something was wrong but I didn't want to come off as needy or clingy, because remember we are "just friends" and I can't interfere without looking jealous or hurt. So lately we started hanging out again. We were drunk the second night and just watching a movie at his place when he started getting touchy with me, and I just asked about everything- basically saying "you disappeared on me, don't you have someone?" and stuff like "respect her enough not to try anything with me" and stuff like that. He apologized and said there is no one in his life, but it wasn't convincing. We ended up cuddling in his bed for a bit and I left. He has been giving me the cold shoulder for three days. I texted him asking "if we're okay" and he never responded. What's the hell did I do?
I'm 24, he's 26.
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You're being absurd.
Without going into much detail:
You admit to agree on keeping things neutral and at the friendship level
Yet you turn around and start interrogating him with all these questions about other girls.
That's really not your place to be doing. Whatever he does with other girls is his life. He's never offered commitment to you.
Do you see how all this comes out as very resentful and passive aggressive.
You shouldn't be having conversations about his dating life , and morality when he's not your boyfriend and second you can't speak on behalf of this girl. For all anyone knows she may be into friendship with benifits.0
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