In need of advice

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    Sep 25, 2012 7:35 AM GMT
    So I'm in love with my straight friend...

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    Lol kidding, anyways I need a little dating advice. So went out a couple of dates (yes gays can date) with this cute guy, nerdy and made me laugh something I look for in guys. Our dates were pretty lighthearted, we had a whole bunch in common so conversation flowed pretty easily. But then we had a period of time that I guess we just kinda fell out of each other's radar, just because I've been busy with work, at least for my part. Anyways in that time period, he started a relationship with another guy.

    But lately he's started texting me just saying hi and how he misses me. I don't think he knows that I know he has a boyfriend now, so question is should I just keep things friendly and friend zone him or does it seem like this guy is leading me on and keeping me as plan B. Mind you, he was prob seeing this guy the same time he was seeing me, which is fine because we were just dating around.

    Any advice y'all can give would be great.
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    Sep 25, 2012 10:36 AM GMT
    friends and friends only.

    also let him know you know he's dating someone...
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    Sep 26, 2012 1:28 AM GMT
    Op do not engage in a dishonest agenda.. This guy is a player..Why would you want to be a part of a game..??..

    Considering you took the time out to make this thread..i'd say you're close to being caught up in that mess... Stay clear of this guy.. Technically he is disrespecting you and his boyfriend..
    Potential trouble..
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    Oct 01, 2012 11:32 PM GMT
    Geez.... I dont like straight guys.
  • Svnw688

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    Oct 01, 2012 11:47 PM GMT
    1). You're his Plan B, let him go, he's just not that into you.

    2). Kinda seems like a jerk too since he is, to a slight extent, emotionally cheating on the guy he's seeing (unless they have some negotiated relationship allowing this behavior, which I doubt until I hear evidence otherwise).

    3). You can do better! Your future "soulmate" or whatever you want to call it won't fizzle and then text you later when he's bored with his new beau haha. Don't even have him as a friend. Guy's a loser.