Crying. Crying and my tears arn't even seen as my heart bleeds on the inside.
I need some advice...
I never do this btw, but the thought won't go away.
Here's the siuasion: Lets say like a guy, and he likes you too. But then he just stops talking to you all together, and goes out with someone you don't even know and although he still likes you.
You happen to know that he likes you still but don't know he's dating someone.
You have one of your buddies ask him to homecoming for you, yet he pauses to answer then says no.
Your heart-broken, What do you do? Oh and has this ever happened to you, if so what did you do to sovle it?
It's obvious: You make him jealous by going to homecoming w/ the best looking dude you can find, for the biggest affect you'd want some guy he hates (don't use one of his friends, this is too advanced for you). Try to look as hot as possible at homecoming, & you're going want him to see you having a good time, or at the very least, his friends to see you. Best case scenario he'll be motivated to try to get you back, & worst case you'll have a date for homecoming.
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Re: I need some advice...
you should accept the bitter fact that he doesn't like you the way you like him!
in the first place if he really did like you he wouldn't be dating another girl and he will never say no to you..
i guess it's better if u just ignore him.. you'll forget about him eventually as time goes by..
and always remember that a guy like him doesn't deserve you!
the right guy will come just be patient!
Won't be as active - learned that double standards doesn't stimulate my will to participate.
Re: I need some advice...
Just because he likes you doesn't mean he loves you.
I think liking in society today is but a sorrowful attempt at love, sadly.
Anyway, how old is he? No wait, forget that, I've seen old people act like five-year-olds and the reverse.
How about this: He knows you like him, but your liking him and his liking you means different things.
While you probably would be someone much committed to a relationship(I'm just guessing here since ladies usually are better at this), he on the other hand, would probably like to try his options, in other words, he's more likely to be interested in what's the most comfortable for him, not in something serious.
What I'm trying to say here is, that if you want something serious, don't go with someone so uncertain of what he wants. Not being on the same 'wavelength' really doesn't work out well I've noticed.
Last edited by UchihaBrat; 10-09-2012 at 05:14 AM.