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    So my friends are having a bunch of parties tonight for New Year's, but I'm not going for any because every year I spend New Year's with family. This guy that I've been friends with and VERY close to wants me to come to a party with him because he's got 'something to say'. Now my friends and i are quite sure that he likes me and I think that he will ask me out tonight. I have been waiting for a nice guy to come along for way too long and i feel like if I don't go for the party, I'll miss my chance and regret it later. But, I also don't want to ditch on a family tradition, I mean if he really wants to, he'll find a way to ask me later right?
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    Bros over hoes
    Family over friends

    But in the end it's all down to you. Maybe discussing it with your parents will help they might be happy for you to go


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    Ditch the family. Or find a way to do both. I presume if he does ask you out then it'll be around midnight. Say yes and then drag him to your family do. (tell everyone he's a friend)


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    Never ditch your family over a guy that might ask you out, it's not like he is asking you to marry him... Cause that would be different...
    If he likes you, he won't put you under pressure and ask you out in front of everyone to get you to give him the right answer, that he wants.
    Also cherish your new year with your family cause once you start living independently n ave your own family, you have to make new traditions....
    And you dnt know if he is gonna ask you out or say something else... N if it is something else, would you not regret leaving your family, for a 'i think he might ask me out' moment....

    Either way think of what is more important to you...

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    (Original post by anonymouse01)
    Bros over hoes
    Family over friends

    But in the end it's all down to you. Maybe discussing it with your parents will help they might be happy for you to go


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    Thanks for the suggestion! It makes sense, my parents would understand but it is an awkward conversation
 
 
 
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