I'm going out for dinner with a group of friends, one of whom is a girl I've fancied since the first day I met her.
I'm currently in a relationship but think I would really like to be in a relationship with this girl.
How should I play the situation?
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- Thread Starter
- 06-03-2018 14:59
- 06-03-2018 15:45
Treat her as a friend on this occasion.
Ask her questions that really get her thinking, such as: If you could turn any Disney classic movie into a live action staring yourself, what character would you choose, and why?
If she doesn't like Disney, then think of alternatives: EG: What do you prefer? Shreddies or Cheerios? / What is your biggest life achievement? / What is your favourite 3 course meal? / What is your high score in a game of bowling?
If she's engaging in the answers, then she likes you. If she gives you one worded answers, push her to elaborate (explain).
You'll think of something.
Hope it goes well.
- 06-03-2018 15:54
Why are you in a relationship if you're thinking about being with someone else? That's not really fair on your girlfriend is it. How would you feel if you were in her position?
I think you should decide what you want and if you want to be in a relationship with this other girl, then ask her out. Don't start anything with this girl whilst you're still in a relationship.
- 06-03-2018 16:20
Step 1: Break up with gf cos you don't deserve her
- 06-03-2018 16:23
tell your gf you want to be with someone else, she deserves the truth
- 06-03-2018 16:24
this site is really making me lose faith in humanity
- 06-03-2018 16:42
Ummm you say it like if it's nothing. "I'm in a relationship but I think I would like a relationship with her" wtf? First off tell your girlfriend the truth, if you are no longer interested in her than tell her because it not fair to be thinking of another girl like that like it's the most casual thing when you are in a relationship. So do that first than go and do whatever you want. Have some respect at least, jeez