So I like this boy at college, we had a thing in September and kissed after college one evening. After that, we completely ignored each other and stopped talking because he told me what we had wasn't real. I didn't like him anyway so it was fine with me and we both agreed that we were not ready for a relationship.
So a few weeks ago, he sent me a text and was like he wanted us to go out during summer like to date. I told him No, I don't think that will be possible because I didn't think he would give me the attention that I need.
He said he just wanted to give it a try since we have so much in common and it could probably work out.
It's so weird as well because we have quite A LOT in common. Lately I've realized that am starting to like him but I think he's got zero interest in me after what I told him.
And we're both virgins, am 18 And his 19, so sometimes I just think he wants sex from me and probably he'll leave me after that.
We haven't started dating now because we're both in A2 and studying for exams and may both take a gap year and probably start dating in June.
I just need some advice if I should go for it or just leave it.
Should i make the first move or ignore him? watch
- Thread Starter
- 08-03-2016 21:07
- 08-03-2016 21:10
If you like him and would like a relationship with him then go for it, if you don't then don't.
Be clear with him what it is that you want so that he doesn't get the impression that it's just a fling/fwb deal if that isn't what you're after.
- 08-03-2016 21:15
DON'T GO OUT WITH HIM! He only wants sex (unless thats all you want as well) he told you "what we had wasn't real" which means he does not like you. So you need to decide whether or not you want to be pumped and dumped.
- Thread Starter
- 08-03-2016 21:23
Thanks, I had thoughts of that as well..
- 08-03-2016 21:36
If you are into him, go for it. Life's too short. I'm really into someone right now! I kind of think about my future a lot sometimes and often imagine what it would be like with a certain someone in it. I hope my intentions turn out to be the same, if not, not the end of the world. Too early to be thinking about it to be honest.
But seriously, go for it if you know you want the relationship. If it's for something else however, well, you decide.