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    Recently started texting/ facebook chatting with a guy I knew from school. He suggested meeting up in the uni holidays. Got the impression that he wanted a bit more than friendship.

    I never inititated the texting/ chatting but invariably when I was online, he'd start chatting to me.

    I got a bit worried we were coming from different agendas- friendship vs relationship so I questioned him, making sure we were both on the same idea. Just meeting up as friends. He maintained that this too had been his agenda all aong too.

    Now he's stopped talking to me on FB. I don't necessarily want to initiate the conversations but do you think he was lying about just wating to be friends, given that he is now basically ignoring me?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Recently started texting/ facebook chatting with a guy I knew from school. He suggested meeting up in the uni holidays. Got the impression that he wanted a bit more than friendship.

    I never inititated the texting/ chatting but invariably when I was online, he'd start chatting to me.

    I got a bit worried we were coming from different agendas- friendship vs relationship so I questioned him, making sure we were both on the same idea. Just meeting up as friends. He maintained that this too had been his agenda all aong too.

    Now he's stopped talking to me on FB. I don't necessarily want to initiate the conversations but do you think he was lying about just wating to be friends, given that he is now basically ignoring me?
    Given that Facebook interactions are matters akin to international diplomacy, humanistic endeavour and societal cohesion, I'd suggest you move your trebuchets to the front line and ask him to stop building Nuclear Power plants
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Recently started texting/ facebook chatting with a guy I knew from school. He suggested meeting up in the uni holidays. Got the impression that he wanted a bit more than friendship.

    I never inititated the texting/ chatting but invariably when I was online, he'd start chatting to me.

    I got a bit worried we were coming from different agendas- friendship vs relationship so I questioned him, making sure we were both on the same idea. Just meeting up as friends. He maintained that this too had been his agenda all aong too.

    Now he's stopped talking to me on FB. I don't necessarily want to initiate the conversations but do you think he was lying about just wating to be friends, given that he is now basically ignoring me?
    Not initiating conversations =/= ignoring someone. It's having some self-respect and not wasting time on people who don't consider you worth the effort.
 
 
 
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