ok so there's this guy at church and i think i like him.. and i think he likes me because my friend asked him and he said yes. but i dont know if i should go for it because two other people at church dated and they ended up hating each other. i really like him... hes sooo sweet! and i dont think it would ruin our relationship.. but im the kinda girl who goes out with someone for a week then breaks up with them and i dont wanna hurt him.. ahh what should i do??
Vendetta answered Thursday October 20 2005, 4:57 pm: Wait to see if you really like him or if you are just interested in a week-long relationship.
If you -do- really like him, then go for it.
If you want a short term relationship, and he does also, then that's great. Date him, no strings attached.
If you want a short term relationship, and he -doesn't-, it is best to remain friends. [ Vendetta's advice column | Ask Vendetta A Question ]
angelfire2708 answered Thursday October 20 2005, 12:55 pm: Why do you go out with guys if you break it off after a week? Dont committ yourself if thats all the longer your gonna date a guy! Your gonna start getting a reputation of skipping from 1 guy to another and no1s gonna want to date you.
You dont think youre gonna ruin your friendship? If you think youre gonna hurt the guy, DONT GO OUT WITH HIM, simple as that!
chaos answered Thursday October 20 2005, 12:46 pm: Tell him up front that you would like to go out on a date or two, but you aren't interested in being his steady right away. That leaves you some breathing room, and hopefully his heart intact. There is nothing wrong with just dating someone. You might decide later to make it exclusive. [ chaos's advice column | Ask chaos A Question ]
FunnyCide answered Thursday October 20 2005, 12:04 pm: If you like him, then usually I'd say go for it. But if you really think that there's a good chance of you breaking up with him after only a short period of time, I'd say just wait. You don't want to hurt him, and that probably would. You definitely wouldn't want to end up hating him (and him hating you). If you think the relationship will last, go for it. If the relationship is going to be short lived, steer clear.
-FunnyCide [ FunnyCide's advice column | Ask FunnyCide A Question ]
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