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My ex boyfriend looks at his new girlfriend as if he wants to f**k her all the time. Its always like that whenever I ve seen them together. They are always together and have been dating for 6 months now but he still looks at her as if he's dying from sexual thirst.

This girl was his longtime crush whom he was very smitten with, claimed he had love at first sight when he saw her in 2017 and whom he wanted to date before we started dating. He had messed up his chances with her and moved on to me but after we broke up, he got another opportunity with her and went back to her.

He keeps watching her all the time, is very quick to notice if he moves away or goes somewhere and keeps staring at her up and down.
It was so obvious at a dinner my friend invited him at and while I wasn't there, there were multiple photos or videos where he was blatantly looking at her even when she was doing simple things like drinking water or talking.

Even at uni, when they are together, he will do the same and usually holds her hand/arm or by her waist.

I'm sure they are having sex and stuff but why the hell does he stupidly stare at her? He never stared at me like this and it's annoying. Their relationship isn't like ours like it's not like they are taking pics which are funny like we didn't ours was cool that I would keep something like a cup on his head and he would make silly faces but theirs remain very calm and he isn't as noisy and loud as he was with me and our friends.

I ve also noticed that each time she grabs him by the arm when introducing him as her boyfriend, he kinda blushes.

It's so weird. I never got these stares unless he was h0rny.

he's only in it for sex right?
I don’t mean to be mean, but I think he’s no longer your concern given that he has moved on and so really what he and his gf does is none of your business.

Just do you x
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But I'm asking why hes doing that to her only?
because she might've asked for it in the first place.
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(Original post by AzureCeleste)
Never said he was a different guy, just its a different relationship
You don't want to hear he's moved on well he clearly has by the sounds of it


Not saying it is, but spending time tearing apart his new relationship and analysing it is not the way to go about it
So what if it's a different relationship? The guy is the same, same attitude, same everything. So when hes loud and noisy with me and us, why is it just her with whom hes super different?
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So what if it's a different relationship? The guy is the same, same attitude, same everything. So when hes loud and noisy with me and us, why is it just her with whom hes super different?
Just dont worry about.
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(Original post by Roseyr1119-20)
because she might've asked for it in the first place.
I dont think so because I ve seen stare at her like a maniac and she hid her face but he pulled her over and kissed her.
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My dude, move on
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(Original post by periodt)
I don’t mean to be mean, but I think he’s no longer your concern given that he has moved on and so really what he and his gf does is none of your business.

Just do you x
I dont think my question was should I move on or not??
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So what if it's a different relationship? The guy is the same, same attitude, same everything. So when hes loud and noisy with me and us, why is it just her with whom hes super different?
Are you still friends with him?? How do you know he is the same?
She is a different person, with different people you act different ways, maybe this relationship is less crazy and energy and more calm or something
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Are you still friends with him?? How do you know he is the same?
She is a different person, with different people you act different ways, maybe this relationship is less crazy and energy and more calm or something
We are not but we share a lot of common friends .

Sure shes a different person but this whole intense staring is something hes done since he met her a long time ago and even now it persists so why when I was actually the one he dated not her? Hes dating her now.
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We are not but we share a lot of common friends .

Sure shes a different person but this whole intense staring is something hes done since he met her a long time ago and even now it persists so why when I was actually the one he dated not her? Hes dating her now.
Because he found her attractive
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I dont think my question was should I move on or not??
Just an opinion.

Your question itself is sad. Honestly, mind your business and focus on you.

You don’t have to like my opinion, so I’m not gonna waste time going back and forth with you. Plus, you sound extremely toxic - not surprised he moved on.
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Just an opinion.

Your question itself is sad. Honestly, mind your business and focus on you.

You don’t have to like my opinion, so I’m not gonna waste time going back and forth with you. Plus, you sound extremely toxic - not surprised he moved on.
How do I sound toxic? You are so rude and judgmental.
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Because he found her attractive
But why did he date me then if he was so attracted to her?
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How do I sound toxic? You are so rude and judgmental.
Open your eyes for crying out loud.
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My ex boyfriend looks at his new girlfriend as if he wants to f**k her all the time. Its always like that whenever I ve seen them together. They are always together and have been dating for 6 months now but he still looks at her as if he's dying from sexual thirst.

This girl was his longtime crush whom he was very smitten with, claimed he had love at first sight when he saw her in 2017 and whom he wanted to date before we started dating. He had messed up his chances with her and moved on to me but after we broke up, he got another opportunity with her and went back to her.

He keeps watching her all the time, is very quick to notice if he moves away or goes somewhere and keeps staring at her up and down.
It was so obvious at a dinner my friend invited him at and while I wasn't there, there were multiple photos or videos where he was blatantly looking at her even when she was doing simple things like drinking water or talking.

Even at uni, when they are together, he will do the same and usually holds her hand/arm or by her waist.

I'm sure they are having sex and stuff but why the hell does he stupidly stare at her? He never stared at me like this and it's annoying. Their relationship isn't like ours like it's not like they are taking pics which are funny like we didn't ours was cool that I would keep something like a cup on his head and he would make silly faces but theirs remain very calm and he isn't as noisy and loud as he was with me and our friends.

I ve also noticed that each time she grabs him by the arm when introducing him as her boyfriend, he kinda blushes.

It's so weird. I never got these stares unless he was h0rny.

he's only in it for sex right?
To be honest you just sound jealous, if you didn't care that much then you wouldn't even take any notice.
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To be honest you just sound jealous, if you didn't care that much then you wouldn't even take any notice.
Yes I am. But you dont say why the difference?
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Open your eyes for crying out loud.
What do you mean?
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Yes I am. But you dont say why the difference?
Because he has moved on with her but you still want him, you need to move on as this is not healthy. Oh and you are telling others they are rude well all they are doing is offering advice and you are being rude to them.
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(Original post by Roseyr1119-20)
what if that girl was planning a family as well
Wdym?

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But there was no intimacy before? They dated? So how can someone love like that?
Idk boys are strange creatures sometimes. My bf and I didn't even flirt before he asked me out, no dating, and already within a few weeks he loved me and was committed to me.

Studies have said boys fall In love faster than girls. How long have they been going out for?
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Wdym?


Idk boys are strange creatures sometimes. My bf and I didn't even flirt before he asked me out, no dating, and already within a few weeks he loved me and was committed to me.

Studies have said boys fall In love faster than girls. How long have they been going out for?
I only know they met in 2017 and he had a thing for her till 2018. Then moved away and we began dating. But when we broke up, he went back to her and now they are together for 6 months
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