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friends or more?

Question Posted Wednesday April 19 2006, 4:14 pm

female/14 We have a school talent show every year and you buy tickets from one person in your Homeroom who is called your "Homeroom rep". In my homeroom noone wanted the job so we dont have a homeroom rep. I was talkin to my male friend about this and he said he would buy me tickets in his homeroom and we could go "together" my other friend was sittin with us at the time and later was joking around with me about it, saying it was a date and stuff. I think she was kidding, but what if it is? I'm not sure what he thinks it is, and im not even sure what i want it to be. I'm not sure if I like him like that and I dont even no if im just over thinking things. Please help

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lostinpraise answered Wednesday April 19 2006, 4:58 pm:
Your friend was probably just mucking around, I tease my mates like that all the time, but if you wanna see, then just ask him "So, you looking forward to the talent show?" and get talking about it, and then casually slip in to the conversation that your friend joked about it being a date. Just see what his reaction to that is, he might go "haha, that's silly" and find it funny, then you know its not. Just play it by ear. And if you do want it to be, flirt a bit, be confident and sure of yourself, and again, see how he reacts.
Have a good time and God bless.

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soendearing answered Wednesday April 19 2006, 4:27 pm:
You should just ask him the next time you talk to him, make sure of yourself. Your friend could be jealous and making stuff up because she might want to go with him? It's possible, a situation like this happened to me. I'd say just ask him yourself, and make sure he wasn't joking. :]

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BRUNETTE__BABiE__CAKESZ answered Wednesday April 19 2006, 4:22 pm:
hey, the only way your going to find out is if you ask him. if your nervous to ask dont ask in person. ask on AIM or by phone. cait♥

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