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    I have known a guy for a couple of years and whilst we have chemistry we have not dated. Due to miscommunication on both parts we have missed opportunities. I know this guy is on a few dating websites. If he ever came back and said he would like to date me is it worth it or not as the fact is he looked elsewhere and why change your mind now?
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    What does it matter if he's on dating sites? You aren't together and you never have been together so it's not your business. If you like him then ask him on a date, but it doesn't matter if he "looked elsewhere" - you're not together; you have no right to be possessive over his online accounts.
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    (Original post by georgiaswift)
    What does it matter if he's on dating sites? You aren't together and you never have been together so it's not your business. If you like him then ask him on a date, but it doesn't matter if he "looked elsewhere" - you're not together; you have no right to be possessive over his online accounts.
    YAS HONEY YOU TELL EM :congrats:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I have known a guy for a couple of years and whilst we have chemistry we have not dated. Due to miscommunication on both parts we have missed opportunities. I know this guy is on a few dating websites. If he ever came back and said he would like to date me is it worth it or not as the fact is he looked elsewhere and why change your mind now?
    Its ur decision, and if he does come back to u and ask u out on a date and u still feel that chemistry then go for it, but if u dont feel anything for him then dont?

    Hope this helps
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    I know he has every right to go on dating sites as I have that right too. What I mean is, why would anyone let someone get away if they were interested in them?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I know he has every right to go on dating sites as I have that right too. What I mean is, why would anyone let someone get away if they were interested in them?
    i understand u feel as if u cannot stay away from him even for a second and it is killing u that he is not there, am i right or not?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I know he has every right to go on dating sites as I have that right too. What I mean is, why would anyone let someone get away if they were interested in them?
    Well he might be asking himself the same question. Why did YOU let HIM get away if you were interested in him?
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    (Original post by georgiaswift)
    Well he might be asking himself the same question. Why did YOU let HIM get away if you were interested in him?
    You have a good point there. Maybe that's why he looked elsewhere.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I have known a guy for a couple of years and whilst we have chemistry we have not dated. Due to miscommunication on both parts we have missed opportunities. I know this guy is on a few dating websites. If he ever came back and said he would like to date me is it worth it or not as the fact is he looked elsewhere and why change your mind now?
    What do you mean by him coming back or changed his mind?
    Did he ever give you any indication he was interested in the first place?
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    Why won't you make your feelings known instead of overthinking the situation? Before you know it he'll be married with kids and you'll be sat on TSR writing a thread about the one that got away.
 
 
 
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