Guy 1: Became my best friend for about half a year. Got extremely close with me but claimed to be gay with rare exceptions and I truly believed that I was one of them. He flirted with me all
the time (and knew it he's the smartest person I've ever met) but could never come to terms with it. That strained the relationship a bit but I think that I truly fell in love with him. I left (for important reasons) and haven't really talked to him in about 6 months but he still crosses my mind.
Guy 2: Totally shows obvious signs of interest and is smoking hot. (That's just a plus.) Super nice, sweet and funny and has a great sense of humor and personality. Definitely a tough guy (but secretly really sensitive!!) I'm the least close with this person (since he's just so shy and never approaches and also partially because he's always so busy). I do like him though and it appears that he likes me too. I could and would, give him a shot.
Guy 3: Currently one of my best friend and I'm one of his best friends. Known him for about half a year now and we clicked right away when we met. We found out that our pasts are actually intertwined. We were on the same soccer team when we were both 5. Super cute and sweet guy. Has a great sense of humor and is extremely fun to hang out with. I'm definitely the MOST comfortable with him (guy #1 behind 2nd in comfort levels). And we hang out pretty often. He's kinda weird though. Sometimes I feel like he's interested in me, and other times I feel like he only sees me as a friend. He gives off mixed signals and it's super confusing. I'm starting to think that we might just be better off as friends? I'm not sure.
- Guy #1Vote A
- Guy #2Vote B
- Guy #3Vote C
- Comment/See Results/OtherVote D
Most Helpful Guy
Be friends with guy one don't throw that away, guy 2 sounds like an adorable softie consider going after him with a strong move but once you got him relax. Maybe consider his looks a factor like being so hot are women to nervous to approach him? Guy 3, For me dating a friend is a way of dating I suggest that person knows you better than a random stranger, though beware if it doesn't work out can you two go back to being friends? Oh that sounds like a soul mate with destiny. Definitely ask guy 3 how he feels about you, you need to know that for certain which may prevent you from seeking him out instead of the other 2 immediately. Either go out for coffee muster up your courage and ask him or ask via text message. Good luck.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
When it comes to these dilemmas, I often ask myself whether I like a realistic approach or an ideal approach.
I'd say Guy #3 would be the most ideal to pursue. It helps when you're genuinely comfortable with someone's company instead of focusing on the superficial aspects like looks (as you took notice of Guy #2). The fact that you wrote Guy #3's definition compared to the two other guys implies that you speak so highly of him. 😊
Realistically speaking, Guy #2 is worth the shot. I mean, some relationships start with curiosity and eventually, attraction. Why am I saying that Guy #2 is more realistic? Because pursuing Guy #3 can break a friendship (if he doesn't feel the same way). If you happen to be the least close with Guy #2, then you can start a whole new friendship and craft your intentions clearer without the need of second-guessing.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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