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    I'll try to keep this as short as possible..

    So I started Uni in Sept, and on a night out at the beginning of term I randomly started talking to a guy from the other uni in the area. He added me on facebook as soon as he got in that morning which led to casual convo's on chat, I then gave him my number and since then the friendship has grown..

    Then we started meeting on nights out and at the end of one of these nights we had a drunken kiss, this has happened everytime we've been out together since but it hasn't affected our friendship at all, we still talk to each other normally and do stuff together like shopping or eating out.

    Its now come to a point were Im developing stronger feelings for him, Im not exactly the type of person to just develop feelings for anyone which is why I think this means something. The thing is in no way whatsoever do i want to destroy our friendship by saying something (yes, i know it hasnt helped with the drunken stints but still..)

    Im heading back to uni this week to spend new years there, which he knows about, and the other night he mentioned that he's seriously considering spending new years in the club Im going to..

    Another thing is that Im first year, he's third year. Do you think I should mention how Im feeling?, or just discard it and carry on with the friendship and try to ignore my feelings in hope they go away? He's graduating in the coming year so is going to start having a life whilst im still going to be in uni for another two years
    Urghh..

    Thanks for reading! I kinda failed at keeping this as short as possible!

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    If you think he feels the same, go for it. But if you think he might not, wait a bit? S'what I'd do.
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    (Original post by RabbitCFH)
    If you think he feels the same, go for it. But if you think he might not, wait a bit? S'what I'd do.
    No idea how he feels tbh, like I said, Im too afraid to mention anything.. Although he always texts to say he's had an awesome night/time with me, but I dont want to read too much into that!

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    Your story reminds me of this book I read ages ago, it's called 'Where rainbows end', written by Cecelia Ahern. Basically, it's about two childhood friends, Rosie and Alex. Alex moves to Boston when he's 18, and Rosie stays in Dublin. Then Rosie has a child, Alex gets married, Rosie gets married, Alex has a child, Alex gets divorced, Rosie gets divorced, Alex gets married again and it goes on and on. They're both secretly in love with each other, but they're both scared to ruin their friendship and don't get together till they're like 50.
    My point is - go for it. There's a chance he has feelings for you, and i'm telling you, it's VERY likely. seize the day.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    No idea how he feels tbh, like I said, Im too afraid to mention anything.. Although he always texts to say he's had an awesome night/time with me, but I dont want to read too much into that!

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    Normally I'd say go for it but I was in a similar (well, it was quite different but still) situation not a long time ago. I kind of rushed things, I said what I felt and well, things got ****ed up after that.

    Maybe try to suggest what you feel. Like, don't go all the way at once but gradually try to take it further?
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    Simple answer to this essay, ask him, simples!
 
 
 
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