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    I have to agree with Lauren18 - I'm no saint, but I'd have to have a little more than JUST sexual attraction for a girl to go out with her. Mind you....it could be the first in a whole new series of chat-up lines...........
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    I think it's obvious he likes you and the fact that he talked to you about his ex probably just means he trusts you, everyone needs someone to talk to if they aren't completely over someone they can't have, he's not trying to send you signals by talking about his ex he's just looking for someone to talk to. I think you should go with him next time he asks as you say you want to, or why not swallow your pride and ask him? Good luck with it anyway!
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    (Original post by Lauren18)
    I realise that, hence the word 'probably'. And anyway, I never suggested that 'looking for something quick and easy' is bad - I just think it's best for each party involved to make clear what they want from the start. x
    (Sorry, did not mean that to be rude.) I see what you were saying though, it could be hard to do - just set it all out like that. It's like prenuptials (in a very distant way). Not saying don't be careful, but it is easy to say that you do not wish to be involved with someone due to the rebound factor, some may generally be looking for that new and special person in their life. Previous relationships (fortunately or unfortunately) will help to shape new ones.

    Oooh yay STOOOOOP PUTTING IT OFF (I may have said that before), just try and see...
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    (Original post by ickle_katy)
    hey,

    From what ive read, i think you should go for it. We've all gathered that your not too sure quite what you want from him, and it seems that he's not quite sure what he wants from you. Can you really blame him for being a bit hesitant, he asks you out and you make up an excuse...so hes probably sitting there going, hmm, is she making up an excuse or is she genuinly going to the dentist/hairdressers/mums birthday...or what ever your excuse was. He's obviously giving you the benifit of the doubt, he shows this by repeatedly asking you out even though he may be facing rejection. As for the flirting with another girl, havnt you ever heard of the expression treat them mean keep them keen. He'll have been told (by the media/friends/past experiences) that if you pretend to fancy someone else the girl your actually after will get jelous and want you more. He's probably not even thought that its hurting you/confusing you.

    darling, from where im sitting your both wanting the same thing.

    Go for it, and if it doesnt work out...its not as though you've lost anything. and if it works out...you'll have a fun summer infront of you!

    good luck

    love Katy***
    aww thanks! big hug lol!
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    (Original post by lessthanthree)
    when do you next see him?

    tomorrow why?
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    (Original post by spoonofdeath)
    I think it's obvious he likes you and the fact that he talked to you about his ex probably just means he trusts you, everyone needs someone to talk to if they aren't completely over someone they can't have, he's not trying to send you signals by talking about his ex he's just looking for someone to talk to. I think you should go with him next time he asks as you say you want to, or why not swallow your pride and ask him? Good luck with it anyway!

    hmmm yeah true, thank u soo much! i might pluck up the courage
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    aww thanx everyone! really really really good advise from all of you's i plan to take all your opinions in2 consideration



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