lilmsattitude answered Tuesday August 10 2004, 11:52 pm: Be upfront with him. Be careful of what you say, and don't try to avoid hurting him to the point that you lead him to believe that if he holds out long enough, you will change your mind. You may have to give the dreaded "Just Friends" speech that no one really wants to hear, but if he can't be your friend, he REALLY won't cut it as a boyfriend. [ lilmsattitude's advice column | Ask lilmsattitude A Question ]
Mystique answered Tuesday August 10 2004, 11:09 pm: Dear Chelsea
Why not something like Option#1
" You know <insert guys name here>,...Ive been thinking, and I value our friendship so much that I am willing to sacrifice the fact that we cant be together in that way B/C of jeapordizing what we have as friends. Wouldnt you agree?"
OR Option #2
" Im just not ready for that kind of relationship right now, but I am flattered that you would think of me that way"
Then theres always Option #3
"If I were into guys youd be my top choice, so sorry Im Gay...but hey? we can still be friends cant we?" (grin)
Hope these helped Lemmie know :)
Mysique :) [ Mystique's advice column | Ask Mystique A Question ]
TucanFullOfHoles answered Tuesday August 10 2004, 10:32 pm: "Sorry man, i really just don't like you like you like me. There's a lot going on in my life now, and its not you, but right now i just can't really focas on guys right now. Your a nice guy and all, but i don't know if you're my type and all. THere are girls out there perfect for you, and i'm just not her." [ TucanFullOfHoles's advice column | Ask TucanFullOfHoles A Question ]
Chellz8 answered Tuesday August 10 2004, 9:48 pm: tell him that you really just want to be friends.. and you dont like him like that.. its to hard to picture you 2 more then friends or even best friends n maybe some time you will grow to like him (( like that )).. because at the moment maybe you just need him as a friends [ Chellz8's advice column | Ask Chellz8 A Question ]
Brunettebabe14234 answered Tuesday August 10 2004, 9:21 pm: * dont tell him u dont like him but dont tell him u like him * just talk to him and mayb he'll just get the point taht u just wanna b friends*
cupidzxarr0w answered Tuesday August 10 2004, 7:47 pm: jus be liek listen... i really think yu`r ko0l pplz buh yu`r jus not what im lookin for in a relationship, yu`ll find sum1 who will like yu back... tell him not ta get mad its jus how yu feel nd yu wanna be ppl`z wid him styll tho -haley [ cupidzxarr0w's advice column | Ask cupidzxarr0w A Question ]
Sweetie2oo4 answered Tuesday August 10 2004, 6:14 pm: all you can do is be honest and tell him, that hurts less then leading him on..don't be like well i think your ugly..lol just say you think a "friend" relationship would be best..i'm sure he'll feel a little let down, but he'll get over it..atleast he'll have a new friend..xO`lexi [ Sweetie2oo4's advice column | Ask Sweetie2oo4 A Question ]
Mackenzie answered Tuesday August 10 2004, 5:50 pm: Well, Chelsea, I'm guessing this is something you HAVEN'T ALREADY heaRd, but I usually give the.. "I don't think it'd woRk out between us" line. Typical, but always woRks foR me! Goodluck!! Hope I helped!! =D [ Mackenzie's advice column | Ask Mackenzie A Question ]
xoBabiiGurlxo answered Tuesday August 10 2004, 5:43 pm: Just sit down and talk to him. Be completly honest with him. Tell him that you two would be better off as friends and nothing more. If he is truly a great guy, he will understand and be thankful that you were honest to him & didnt lead him on. [ xoBabiiGurlxo's advice column | Ask xoBabiiGurlxo A Question ]
xo_Meg_ox answered Tuesday August 10 2004, 5:42 pm: 1) tell him you have your eye on someone else that you've liked for a while
2) tell him you aren't looking for a bf right now
3) if he's your friend, tell him you don't want to make things weird between the two of you [ xo_Meg_ox's advice column | Ask xo_Meg_ox A Question ]
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