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brunetteParticipantMay 21, 2014 at 11:09 pm #53505
Ok so 2 weeks ago a couple of friends and I went to the movies. There were some guys there who were friends with one of the girls I was with so we hung out with them instead of going to the movie. There was this really cute guy and, well-one thing led to another and we ended up hooking up on the roof of the parking garage (even though I’d only met him that night). I thought I was never gonna see him again, but later that night he texted my friend, asking her for my number. We texted that whole night, and the next day I invited him over to my house where we…um.. “hung out” for three hours. He has a reputation of being a guy who hooks up with a lot of girls so I didn’t think he would really keep talking to me. And now we’ve been texting every day, all day for two weeks and he says he really wants me to come to his house. He said he just wanted to watch netflix with me… could he actually be interested in me? He’s hooked up with like 20 girls so I don’t want to get my hopes up….
PrincessKaseyParticipantMay 21, 2014 at 11:56 pm #53507
It depends on what you guys text about- if it’s just flirting- he probably just wants to hook up– but if he is asking about your family and your future- he wants more.
katiejordannnParticipantMay 23, 2014 at 2:50 am #53619
Try waiting it out and seeing if he opens up to you. If he does, chances are he’s really into you. Since you already hooked up, it’s going to be harder to take it slowly. There’s nothing wrong with starting a relationship that way, but it’ll be harder to see what his true intentions are. Try making a date that takes place in the afternoon. Those are less sexual than night dates. If he makes it through without many sexual advances, he’s probably into you for you and not just the sex aspect of it.
AnonymousMay 27, 2014 at 8:43 am #53700
He’s hooked up with 20 other girls, you’re quite possibly lucky number 21. You could be different, I don’t know the dynamics of the relationship, but you obviously have developed feelings for him so go in there with an open mind, BUT BE CAREFUL.
If it’s something that isn’t necessary for the time being, why put yourself through unnecessary heartbreak?
As a male, considering you’ve already “given up the goods” I’m sure his netflix night will turn into another “hang out” session.
Feel him out consciously and see where his heads at.
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