We were out drinking and he was too drunk. He wanted to kiss me but I turned him down. Not because I didn't like him but because he was too drunk/ I was also over just drunk hooking up since I started getting feelings and didn't want to get hurt. He proceeded to drink more and got rude with me so I walked away and he ended up leaving. (We were hooking up for 5 months). We never really talked about how we felt for one another. And I didn't get a chance to tell him I wasn't turning him down. Its been almost two months... is it too late to tell him this? I still have strong feelings for him. I have seen him a few times since, but we have just been avoiding eachother and ignored eachother basically. I tried asking him to meet up and talk but he just said he had to work late... but would still come out drinking. Do we still have a chance?
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I don't' blame you for not wanting to kiss him when he was hammered. But you opened that door, I don't think you do have a chance, unless he realizes want
and ass he was and you can convince him that the apparent rejection wasn't. I will tell you that many guys won't give a girl a second chance if they were rejected or think they were. I had this same thing happen and a girl rejected me once and then six months later was suddenly interested. I asked her "If I'm good enough now why wasn't I good enough six months ago? " She gave some bullshit story about not wanting to date and I said. "Diane, that fucking bullshit and you know it. You didn't want me then, now you do? How can I ever trust you? I can't ". I told her not to let the door hit her in the ass on the way out. I'm told it really hurt her because I didn't want her. My attraction was six months before, not when she came back around. With 3 billion + women in the world there's always one better for me. Which most guys are too stupid to realize. Fact of life. I say you blew it and he's long gone.0