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so im a girl sophomore in college. there these guys that were my neighbors.they’re cousins, one is really hot(guy A) and the other isn’t hot or handsome at all(guy B). so one night they had a party at they’re house and i went over and met them as soon as i met guy B i immediately liked him. i flirted with him that night but he saw his cousin guy A flirting with me and he didn’t want to compete. i lost my v card to guy A(dumb mistake) but actually wanted to with guy B. i kept on sleeping around with guy A but the whole time i seriously liked guy B. some what i finally got the nerve to flirt with him again and eventually had sex with guy B I’ve ben sleeping around with guy B and i really like him a lot. the thing is another guy i slept with was talking about me and got me a bad rep. people would never understand why a pretty girl like me(not bragin)would like a guy like him but i do and A LOT. should i let him know i like him or would he never like a girl with my reputation? help pleasee
JonathanGParticipantJune 3, 2015 at 9:00 am #80051
You have no control over what other people are talking about. The only thing you have control about is what to do next.
You should definitely do the right thing and talk to him, tell him how you feel. If he is right for you he would understand so don’t you worry about other people
Anna92ParticipantJune 3, 2015 at 11:42 am #80065
If he really likes you it won’t matter to him what other people are saying, as long as he knows how you really feel about him. He’s probably feeling quite insecure, so make it clear that him that you’re into him and not interested in those other guys. You’ve slept together several times so clearly he is interested, and you’ll probably know him well enough at this point to know if you’re a good ‘match’. Go for it!June 3, 2015 at 2:57 pm #80096
i think i will go for it. I’m really nervous but then ill never know. ill update on how it goes if i decide to tell him. thanks guys! appreciate it a lot
JonathanGParticipantJune 3, 2015 at 6:35 pm #80124
Good luck with that! let us know how things goes
PrumpinParticipantJune 5, 2015 at 12:31 pm #80308
To be honest, he would never like a girl with your reputation. When he does find out that you sleep with the whole world, he will not like you ever. He is just using you, good for him, good for youJune 5, 2015 at 5:52 pm #80334
he already knows with who I’ve slept with and its not the whole world. But i get your point and you have a good one and you might be right. thanks for the honesty!
VincentP98ParticipantJune 7, 2015 at 5:38 pm #80361
Me being a male, I personally find it better when the girl is more direct than vague. I say go ahead and tell him.
FayeParticipantFebruary 1, 2016 at 8:18 am #92524
I am in a peculiar situation; that I am the caretaker of a brain-damaged spouse. The massive stroke that turned my spouse into my dependent has deepened my affection for him and determination to take care of him for the rest of his life. Still, my husband is 15 years older than myself, so I am fairly young still, plus I look younger than my biological age (I am very sporty). Everybody automatically thinks he is my dad. I have taken care of him for 5 years, while managing a business. Recently I started to feel romantically for a bachelor neighbor. He seems to seek out opportunities to run into me, but it could be coincidence. He asked me to have a drink over a couple of times, but seems to be doing cleaning or flipping channels when I am over. I am at a point where I need to bring more balance into my life, and even though this is not typical of me, I would like to start a relationship with him that is based on doing things together that we both enjoy. Should I tell him?
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