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    If you knew a guy was infatuated with you would you go around to his house if you weren't interested?
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    As a guy, definitely not; if I were a girl, still no.
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    Nope.

    It could lead to some misunderstandings.
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    Yeah if we were friends and it was a group situation. Maybe not if it was alone unless I liked him back.
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    Sounds like asking for trouble to me.
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    (Original post by Indieboohoo1)
    Yeah if we were friends and it was a group situation. Maybe not if it was alone unless I liked him back.
    It would just be the two of us...
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    (Original post by Anonymous;[url="tel:63750693")
    63750693[/url]]It would just be the two of us...
    Well unless you're not working together on a school/uni project then I guess she might like you.
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    Haha I'd never end up being in this situation. My input is unnecessary. Leaves.
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    Likely to fuel false hopes and later angst. But it does depend a bit on the context and people involved.
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    Depends if he has a hot tub.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    If you knew a guy was infatuated with you would you go around to his house if you weren't interested?
    no way!! if I'm not into someone but they're into me I try not to give any false hope, and anyway, personally, if I'm hooking up w someone, its because I'm genuinely invested in them.
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    Haha I'd never end up being in this situation. My input is unnecessary. Leaves.
    Aw, why? What do you mean?
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    (Original post by Zarek)
    Likely to fuel false hopes and later angst. But it does depend a bit on the context and people involved.
    Well it would just be the two of us and we have been speaking for quite a long time now, although we haven't really been flirting.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Well it would just be the two of us and we have been speaking for quite a long time now, although we haven't really been flirting.
    Why would you be going round?
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    i guess it depends on how good a friend this person is.

    But be warned this could be his attempt at making a move
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    FWIW, if I invite a girl over to my place after telling her I have it to myself and she accepts, I fully expect sexytime.
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    deffo not
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    (Original post by chocolatesauce)
    deffo not
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    (Original post by trustmeimlying1)
    liar
    and why is that
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    I've had a few short relationships where someone liked me and I wasn't that into them, but then when they stopped chasing me I started really liking them but then it's too late. It was so annoying! The classic 'not knowing what you've got til it's gone' thing...I guess I just liked the attention and then when I lost it I missed it. If someone was infatuated with me I guess I might start to see them attractive. I love being actively pursued, I find that sexy and it's a nice confidence boost. But if I was to go round their house I'd have to at least already be somewhat attracted to them. Do you think there's a chance you might develop feelings for them? Be careful not to lead him on or hurt him.


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