Same old song and dance.
Posted Mon Nov 24, 2008 01:37 AM
Amanda is the girl I like, have liked her for a long time, since high school to be quite honest. We go to the same University together, and I am practically her best friend. Whenever we have classes together, she always begs me to sit next to her. And sometimes we'll pass notes to each other (elementary, I know, but she enjoys it). And often times she'll take ahold of my hand and hold it for awhile. And man do I love this girl, I'm always getting caught staring at her, and I just enjoy her touch. Whenever we leave, we'll always hug, more like holding each other, and whisper in each others ear about little stuff, like when she'll text me tonight or some stuff. I've told her how I felt about 3 months ago, and haven't said a word since. But here's the catch, she has a boyfriend (boo). She's been dating him for about 5 months and, so she says, is madly in love with him. Even on her facebook it says "5 months and many more to come."
So really, my dilemma is, is she really just that friendly, or does she like me? I've never really seen best friends of the opposite sex do that type of thing.
Idk, and one day we were having a conversation and she said something to the point of: "I used to like you, and might now, but I can't because I'm dating Markus."
So.. yeah, that's my story.
Posted Mon Nov 24, 2008 02:01 AM
We get a lot of stories like this and they always leave out what the other person said in reply. So what did she say in reply?
Posted Mon Nov 24, 2008 02:09 AM
Posted Mon Nov 24, 2008 02:54 AM
"I used to like you, and might now, but I can't because I'm dating Markus."
sorry, but if you can grit your teeth thru this one stick around. i been there and i kinda backed off and when he pissed her off she was in my bed for weeks, but by that time i already moved on. sooooo...... Good luck with life
Posted Mon Nov 24, 2008 03:07 AM
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Posted Mon Nov 24, 2008 09:43 AM
I would confront her about it. Or you can go on as you are and wait and see what happens with the other guy, but if i were you and i really LOVED her, that wouldn't be very easy to do.
Posted Mon Nov 24, 2008 10:19 AM
Then again you may lose her for good, but to me she is just playing on your emotions because obviously her BF doesn't satisfy her on all levels. (emotionally, friendship wise ect..) and is using you to make up for his short comings.