Ok, so he said he was going to hang out tonight. I was feeling up for a date. I was feeling pretty good about myself because I was getting a lot of my first boyfriend of the year, with my first boyfriend of the year, with my first boyfriend of the year, and now with my first boyfriend of the year. He was a guy that I had dated before that had recently turned into an old boyfriend. That was a very weird date.
Ok, so this is a date that’s weird. We’d been talking on and off about getting together for a while, but it never really worked out. We’d been dating for a couple months before we decided to meet up for a date. Then he suddenly said he was going to hang out at his friend’s house tonight.
I’m not sure if it was the heat of the moment or because I had already talked about it, but I guess it was because I had really fallen for this guy and was really looking forward to spending time with him.
This is a good example of the problem I’m talking about because I really didn’t know anything about him and I was totally unaware that he was seeing someone else. I just met him at a party and I had no idea who he was. So he showed up at my house, and I wasn’t expecting him. He was actually a really nice guy, so I felt like I had nothing to worry about.
One of the most common things women (and men for that matter) do to avoid a possible date (and/or marriage) is to act like they don’t know who it is they’re talking to. But in a lot of relationships, it’s actually the other person who has the information about the person they’re talking to.
It’s not just men who “have nothing to worry about”. Women can get a ton of unwanted attention from other women, and men can get a lot of unwanted attention from other men. Like I said, he was a nice guy.
But I guess I shouldnt be too upset that I like my guy friend. I know, he wouldnt care as long as he knew the other person wasnt an asshole.
Yeah, I do know who youre talking to. I like your other man, but youre talking to me. If it were not for a few bad situations with my ex, I would never have met you. My ex was really rude, even though he was trying to act nice. I guess that makes me a pretty shitty person.
I’m not saying you shouldnt like your guy friend. I’m saying you should not talk to him unless you know he’s not an asshole. I think it’s pretty normal for two people to have a friendship outside of the bedroom where the women are, so long as they both have a good sense of humor.
I agree. Im not saying you shouldnt be friends with your ex, but you should not be friends with your friend. You should have an open line of communication, but when it comes to the guy, you should be able to avoid being a dick.