Hello! I'm really unsure about this one person I like... We always seem to talk for a long time, like for more than 4 hours on the phone, and even longer online. I'm not sure if she likes me or not though. I really like her, perhaps a crush, perhaps love... We are into the same things and hang out around the same people, and have been friends for a very long time. Though, when someone asked her who she liked she replied "Unfortunately, ****(name blanked out)." Why did she say "Unfortunately" about liking me? What does it mean? She also said that she thinks I like her... I'm soo confused....
> I'm still confused... What does this mean?
Either she's the ultimate tease, or she's testing the water. The "but..." bit is just to keep things safe in case.
i guess it really depends on how she said i love you...
if she meant it.. and you didn't respond... she took it back.
or slip of the tongue and she took it back since it's still early in the relationship.
Ok, thanks everyone. I'll try and talk to her tonight.
Well I've arranged our official "First Date" because the picnic date was with other people. We're going to see a movie tomorrow night. Don't know what to do. Advice would be great!
P.S. I actually got her number, before I was just talking to her on MSN. w00t!
I don't have much advice for you I'm generally terrible with these things but I think if you can definitly try and take her somewhere after the movie like the mall or a fast food place even just a gas station to get an icee or something. Also definitly try to hold her hand at some point umm.. just be yourself don't be nervous or uncomfortable because it will make everything go bad if you are and there is no reason for it. I wish I had better advice. You should be fine though Good Luck!!
Well, the movie went well, and tomorrow we are going to a park to walk around. I think we are really getting along. Thanks everyone!
Op here... Does anyone read this thread >_<
Sure,... how are things going?
yaaa i want to know too... how'd it turn out?
Please fill us in on the past few months?