I've been speaking to a guy at work for a couple of months. We get along great, have never ending convos, mess around, make jokes and its a laugh when we we're together.
Last month we went on a drive, for him to prep for a interview, anyways we ended up kissing, but never mentioned it again. I sent him a message a week later saying if he wanted to do something after work. His reply was, I'm sure if this is a good idea, we're cool so we should just stick to that. Anyways I was a little hurt but still talk like nothings happened or that I haven't said anything.
A couple of days ago, we went for another drive and the same thing happened again, we kissed etc but its hard to continue a friendship, when I said that I liked him and he said we're cool as we are.
Any ideas on what I could do? or say?
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- Thread Starter
- 17-08-2013 15:51
- 17-08-2013 16:22
I think he's made up his mind, he doesn't want to take it any further. I'd just play it cool and stay friends.
- 17-08-2013 18:09
Did he initiate the kisses or you? If it was you, you don't really have anything to complain about!
If it's him, you need to tell him that if he wants just friends he has to stop kissing you, that's not a friendly thing to do!
- 17-08-2013 19:21
Unfortunately you can't force these things, you just have to accept that he doesn't want more (right now) and be resolute in future (don't take it there/let him go there unless he likes you to and is going to treat you how you wish to be treated)
- 17-08-2013 21:25
This is basically everything that happened with me and this guy at work. He also said things like 'we shouldn't be doing this' etc. Turns out he was already with someone.. Lol.