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    I drunkenly told this girl (that ive worked with and been friends with for about a year) that I love her, fancy her and want to be with her...

    I was really drunk and it didn't have the desired effect.

    She said she only wants me as a friend, and I don't know whether it's worth pursuing any further or just accept were only going to be mates.

    Has anyone else had a 'lets just be friends' response from anyone, and what are the options available to take following this response! :confused:
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    (Original post by Rooftopcowboy)
    I drunkenly told this girl (that ive worked with and been friends with for about a year) that I love her, fancy her and want to be with her...

    I was really drunk and it didn't have the desired effect.

    She said she only wants me as a friend, and I don't know whether it's worth pursuing any further or just accept were only going to be mates.

    Has anyone else had a 'lets just be friends' response from anyone, and what are the options available to take following this response! :confused:
    do you actually like her and want more?
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    (Original post by kriztinae)
    do you actually like her and want more?
    Yes i'd like a relationship with her, but don't know whether persuing her further is worth it..as it may jepordise a freindship...

    urr why are girls so hard to please!
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    (Original post by Rooftopcowboy)
    Yes i'd like a relationship with her, but don't know whether persuing her further is worth it..as it may jepordise a freindship...

    urr why are girls so hard to please!
    well how do u feel abt it
    could u continue being friends with her now that uv told her or what?
    i reckon you should still speak to her one more time when your SOBER and then see what she says and take it from there.
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    cos girls more often than not dont know what they want

    i dont think u shud try and be anything more than a friend. cos if u try and get with her, she'll start to dread seeing u cos u will b someone she doesnt wanna go out with but still tries. To keep the friendship, be nothing more than a friend; if she wants more (which may happen, but it seems unlikely) she already has an idea of how you feel, so wait for her to make a move.
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    (Original post by Rooftopcowboy)
    She said she only wants me as a friend, and I don't know whether it's worth pursuing any further or just accept were only going to be mates.
    Dude, give it up. 'Let's just be friends' means 'not if you were the last man alive'. Women are easy to figure out. You just have to remember that they never say what they mean. I reckon this is caused by some sort of vitamin defficiency.
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    (Original post by Inverurie Jones)
    Dude, give it up. 'Let's just be friends' means 'not if you were the last man alive'.
    This part of the response is sound at least :p:

    Don't try it on again! Or she'll see you as creepy-stalker type and that'll make you even less attractive to her
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    It takes two to tango. It seems this particular lady doesn't want to dance. Don't force the issue.
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    Thanks for the advice everyone...im just reverting the situation back to normality (ie just joking around like freinds) and it seems to be ok so far.
 
 
 
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