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    Hey people!

    Basically, me and my uni housemates have just finished uni - last night out a few weeks ago, one of my female mates, btw i'm male, got a bit touchy feely with me, and we were linking arms etc, and generally having fun!

    Recently, in a group we went on holiday, and things were great we got on really well, and on the last day I drove her back on my own - she suggested that we stop off in a town on the way back for dinner, and have a wander around the town - we did this - often were joking and messing around, she would randomly try and scare me and jump on my shoulders etc.

    Now this sounds great but the prob is she has a boyfriend - she was ****ging him off a bit during the holiday, and wasn't in contact with him at all.

    So, I don't see where I stand in this scenario - I recently havn't had luck with girls, and she is aware of this and always says that i'm a really nice guy.

    Where do i take this...does she actually like me, and do I tell her I like her? I really dont want to ruin the friendship we have though.

    Anybody else here in a similar scenario?
    Advice would be much appreciated!

    Many thanks.
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    sounds like she isnt into her boyfriend and is looking for fun and happiness... you know like the early stages of a relationship where its all fun and games and no fighting over trivial things
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    you shudda had sex with her on holiday. ah well.
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    Rebound/pity ****.
    Her bf is messing her around so she falls back onto the 'caring' guy who will 'always be there for her'.
    You want my advice? Get the **** away from her in a relationship context.
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    your her *****
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    (Original post by fox_the_fix)
    Rebound/pity ****.
    Her bf is messing her around so she falls back onto the 'caring' guy who will 'always be there for her'.
    You want my advice? Get the **** away from her in a relationship context.
    sorry op, but this is what sprung to my mind too :confused:
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    She wants your sperm.
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    Sounds like she's just really comfortable around you that's all; you don't mention anything that may border on sexual or flirtatious behaviour. She also said 'you are a really nice guy' = friend zoned.

    My advice? Don't ruin your friendship, move onto other girls.
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    (Original post by ps2mint)
    Hey people!

    Basically, me and my uni housemates have just finished uni - last night out a few weeks ago, one of my female mates, btw i'm male, got a bit touchy feely with me, and we were linking arms etc, and generally having fun!

    Recently, in a group we went on holiday, and things were great we got on really well, and on the last day I drove her back on my own - she suggested that we stop off in a town on the way back for dinner, and have a wander around the town - we did this - often were joking and messing around, she would randomly try and scare me and jump on my shoulders etc.

    Now this sounds great but the prob is she has a boyfriend - she was ****ging him off a bit during the holiday, and wasn't in contact with him at all.

    So, I don't see where I stand in this scenario - I recently havn't had luck with girls, and she is aware of this and always says that i'm a really nice guy.

    Where do i take this...does she actually like me, and do I tell her I like her? I really dont want to ruin the friendship we have though.

    Anybody else here in a similar scenario?
    Advice would be much appreciated!

    Many thanks.
    She doesn't like you - women only like *******s.
 
 
 
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