What Does This Mean?

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What Does This Mean?

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    scaroline774
    Participant
    January 3, 2016 at 10:06 pm #90851
    What Does This Mean?

    So there’s this guy I met a couple months ago (we’re both 16) and so far we’re just friends but he’s shown many of the “typical” signs of attraction (ie finding excuses to touch me, always around, complimenting etc). We’ve been texting a lot lately and today things got a little deeper. He told me how this girl we both know has been flirting with him and he doesn’t know how to deal with it as he’s not at all interested in her, which eventually led to him saying “She’s doing what millions of other girls do. I’m nice to them and they mistake the feelings for romantic but then they get bored with me” and then he told me about his ex, saying “That’s what X did, she cheated on me, and got bored with me. Just in case you were wondering how that whole thing went down.” Is this simply him opening up to me or is he trying to “friendzone” me and tell me not to make the same mistake as those “millions of girls” by mistaking his feelings as romantic when they aren’t?

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 9 months ago by  scaroline774.

    randirose
    Participant
    January 5, 2016 at 2:00 am #90996

    Thats confusing!
    I would ask him a few sly questions to try and get a better idea of what he is thinking.