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    (Original post by fudge4)
    I just want to know what you guys would think about the situation?
    That guy is the most socially awkward guy on earth?
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    Sometimes its just best to leave it.
    He obviously isn't available for a relationship with you.
    This guy doesn't seem too thrilling anyway - perhaps your overrating it all in your head...how it would be being in relationship with him etc.

    I few moths ago I had a friends with benefits situation going on - I like him A LOT, we'd meet up often and text daily, but for him it was just casual. I ended up screwing it up so bad...I also got upset multiple time and made a fool out of myself.
    **** happens!

    If he wants you, he knows your number, as for now, make a rule not to check his social networks etc (out of sight, out of mind) and also keep yourself busy!
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    (Original post by lad-lad)
    That guy is the most socially awkward guy on earth?
    Not really he seemed to be pretty sociable to me...
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    (Original post by sunflower404)
    Sometimes its just best to leave it.
    He obviously isn't available for a relationship with you.
    This guy doesn't seem too thrilling anyway - perhaps your overrating it all in your head...how it would be being in relationship with him etc.

    I few moths ago I had a friends with benefits situation going on - I like him A LOT, we'd meet up often and text daily, but for him it was just casual. I ended up screwing it up so bad...I also got upset multiple time and made a fool out of myself.
    Sh*t happens!

    If he wants you, he knows your number, as for now, make a rule not to check his social networks etc (out of sight, out of mind) and also keep yourself busy!
    I don't know what it was but it seemed that he wanted it I don't know, I do keep going over it like what I've done wrong ect.
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    (Original post by fudge4)
    Okay so a long while ago (I'm talking a few months here)
    I was seeing a guy and I had known him for about a month say and we went out and ended up back at mine, to say it was awkward would kind of be an understatement I had never really gone out with someone before apart from when I was 16 for about a month.
    Anyway, we went out about 2 more times and then I asked him to come over and talk to me about a few things and find out what was happening this was after knowing him 2 months blah blah blah, then he became unresponsive and basically said that I had come on too strong by asking him to come over and it was basically left at that.
    Its obvious that I really liked him but it just ended up being a big mess and I got really upset and hurt by it and I ended up going out at every given opportunity and making a complete fool out of myself.
    I just want to know what you guys would think about the situation?
    You didn't do anything wrong. Could be any number of reasons why he reacted as he did.

    Leave it and move on.
 
 
 
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