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    Ive had a friend for 2 years now.Ive got feelings for them. Problem is they've got a partner. Thing is they flirt like mad with me,tell me they really care about me,get jealous when i see girls etc and virtually tell me they fancy me back BUT i cant get her to admit it outright,i dont know what to do.Ive text them drunk and told them ive got feelings for her,but they just reply with a "you dont mean its only cos your drunk"
    or a jokey "haha you love me" when i wake up sober by which point i deny it becuase i feel like im getting laughed at.Whats goin on?
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    *sigh* I have a friend like that. It's so obvious she fancies this guy but she just keeps insisting that she just sees him as a best friend. When he fancies another girl, she gets jealous. When he does something she doesn't like, she goes all emo and broody. Some people just don't want to admit it.

    Why don't you tell it to her face that you care about her and that you have real feelings for her? That'll put her on the spot.
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    but tread carefully... we women can be a bit odd at times... make sure shes in a good mood first!
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    oh yes. that's very true. we can be VERY odd.
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    (Original post by strawberry)
    oh yes. that's very true. we can be VERY odd.
    yup teeheeheee
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    If she's got a boyfriend is it really the best idea to meddle?
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    (Original post by bunthulhu)
    If she's got a boyfriend is it really the best idea to meddle?
    That's what I was thinking.
    She sounds like a bit of a beyatch to be honest. Or, at the very least, a bit immature and a bit of a tease.

    If she won't give you a straight answer it's probably because she's playing around.
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    She sounds like she's stringing you along.
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    I agree with the last 2 posters. Trust me, you don't want to go for a girl who acts that way in her relationships. She'll just do the same to you if you go out. How could you trust her?
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    i'd move on personally, tell this girl who has a partner. Its not fair on your or her partner. Quit the flirting cos its making you feel awkward. Reguarless to what you feel about her, you cant see her and you and her aint going anywhere. Dont become the other man in her relationship.
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    move along
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    She's LOVING the double attention. Forget it. If she wanted to be with you, she would be. Plain and simple /bitter singleton rant
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    (Original post by BlackHawk)
    She sounds like she's stringing you along.

    Yeah,as much as i dont like admiting it i think she i.I do get qute angry with her and play with her though,only cos she playes with me.She cant take it when i do that.
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    Well several girls in thie thread have told you that she is, and it is pretty blatent from her behaviour. She's craving all the attention and likes having you in the background for whenever she wants a little bit of attention. I'd personally walk away.
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    ooh then that does it. forget about her and move along. I detest fickle people when it comes to relationships.
 
 
 
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