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    Ok.

    this here question is for a friend of mine. I am trying to
    find the answer to her question. please read on.

    A girl ( call her Nadine) is best pals with a shy guy (call him
    Keith). Nadine dates lots of guys but soon realizes she has thing for
    Keith. Keith, who has an interest in Ariana ( the school's stereotypical bimbo cheerleader), asked Ariana out and dated her for
    awhile. Nadine knows Ariana's type. She will dump Keith. And Ariana did. she dumped Keith like trash. Nadine likes Keith. Keith is seriously
    depressed. His only outlet is paintball. Should Nadine tell Keith she wants to be with him ? They were best buds but never more than that.
    Um, say that Keith was drunk one night and Nadine slept with him and Keith has forgotten all about it. ALL. he still thinks he's a virgin. Nadine KNOWS he isnt. should she tell him they had sex ???

    Will it ruin the friendship ?
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    Ugh! Now my head hurts!
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    Ok, yes there is a chance it will ruin the friendship, he's gonna be weirded out by it. If she want's a relationship w/ him then honesty is important, so she should tell him, besides he has a right to know. as far as getting involved I would give him some time to get over the other girl first rebounds rairly work out.
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    How do you come up with this crazy stuff? Of course she should tell him - its blatant dishonesty not to. He might be a bit upset but I'm sure he'd prefer to find out from her than on the grapevine, and something like that is bound to start circulating as a rumour. I doubt he wouldn't remember a thing though...

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    (Original post by hildabeast)
    How do you come up with this crazy stuff? Of course she should tell him - its blatant dishonesty not to. He might be a bit upset but I'm sure he'd prefer to find out from her than on the grapevine, and something like that is bound to start circulating as a rumour. I doubt he wouldn't remember a thing though...

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    Probably just acting like he doesn't remember.
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    theres no way he would have completely forgotten
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    Aren't all relationships (apart from the first) rebounds?
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    It will ruin the friendship. She shouldn't have slept with him in the first place and she should've just waited for them to talk.
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    Will this girl sleep with me if I get severely pissed by any chance? Got her number?
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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    Aren't all relationships (apart from the first) rebounds?
    *shakes head* as in bouncing straight into another relationship when you're stiil hung up on your x.
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    Perhaps she should just get him a little drunk and sleep with him again. If nothing else, it would help jog his memory, and after that getting together isn't really much of a step at all.
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    (Original post by Infinity)
    *shakes head* as in bouncing straight into another relationship when you're stiil hung up on your x.
    So it's in that sense then. But if the new person was worthy, s/he would help you get over the ex (directly or indirectly)...

    Sorry, relationship virgin speaking here...
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    (Original post by Sire)
    Perhaps she should just get him a little drunk and sleep with him again. If nothing else, it would help jog his memory, and after that getting together isn't really much of a step at all.
    That's a niave thought if I've ever heard one. :rolleyes:
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    I know.

    heck, when she told me he doesnt remember at all, i was doubtful.
    but i dont drink. can someone be so drunk they dont remember their
    first time ? wow. I would think thats one of the things people remember. in any event, yeah, I too think she should tell him. the guy is a wreck and she has it bad for him.
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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    So it's in that sense then. But if the new person was worthy, s/he would help you get over the ex (directly or indirectly)...

    Sorry, relationship virgin speaking here...
    As friends I would say yes, but no more than that not right off the bat anyway, after some time I would say why not? But then that's just my oppinion.
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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    So it's in that sense then. But if the new person was worthy, s/he would help you get over the ex (directly or indirectly)...

    Sorry, relationship virgin speaking here...
    This is nothing but crude honesty, but your weird.
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    (Original post by Giby)
    This is nothing but crude honesty, but your weird.
    Don't call my man weird!
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    my mate was drunk for his first time, and he didn't remember. to prove it, the girl showed him the used condom.
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    Interesting
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    (Original post by Giby)
    This is nothing but crude honesty, but your weird.
    Crude... wierd... people conclude that about me after a short while anyway so that's no problem, but after that one post?!
 
 
 
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