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Question Posted Monday May 8 2006, 8:30 pm

OK, I am a little interested in this guy. Yes, we are both married, but, I am not saying I want to build a relationship or anything like that. I am just curious. We talk a lot when we're altogether, he picks on me, makes sexual comments sometimes and I always catch him staring at me. Does he like me or is it just "friendly flirting?"
Also, what are other signs guys give off when they like you. Thanx in advance. I rate 5's for real answers.

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Additional info, added Tuesday May 9 2006, 4:42 pm:
OK, look. I know how the world works and I am old enough to know right from wrong. And, I don't care who you are, just about everyone flirts on some level and if you don't, you at least get flattered when someone flirts with you. I really don't need a lecture, I was just you think he does like me or is he just being overly friendly? .

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its_gabby answered Tuesday May 9 2006, 5:40 pm:
Hmm, well it sounds like he's friendly flirting to me. Many guys just flirt casually with girls, because it's just what they do. Since he's married, I don't think it's anything huge if he does like you, unless he's sincerely unhappy with his marraige. If he IS unhappy, then yes, he probably likes you. I really hope this helps you!

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Tulipg17 answered Tuesday May 9 2006, 10:55 am:
Yes, he is interested in you. Maybe not enough to actually cross the line in any way but I wouldn't be comfortable with it. If you want to just be friends then I would suggest backing off a little to sort of send him a message without putting him on the spot. Of course if you are looking for more then sounds like you could have it.

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TheTeenGirl answered Tuesday May 9 2006, 12:21 am:
This is not a good situation. It actually aggravates me a little bit because you are a married women and you are talking to a guy that is making sexual comments toward you and being a little bit too friendly.

Does he like you? No doubt about it. You need to get away from this man. Do you know how wrong it is to keep interacting with a guy who is being too friendly with you? I feel sorry for your husband mostly because he probably has no idea about this guy or the fact that he's doing too much with you.

If you continue to be "just curious" with a guy you feel interested in, you will wreck your marriage, no doubt about that. I think you are taking your curiousity way too far. Would you like the idea of your husband being curious?

I'm not saying that it's ok to be attracted to other men while you are with someone else, but you have to make sure that it's just a simple physical attraction and nothing more. You don't need to worry about whether he likes you or not, he does obviously and you need to get him to back off and not speak to him. I know you don't like this answer, but all I can think about is your husband and his wife in this situation.


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TheOldOne answered Monday May 8 2006, 10:12 pm:
"Does he like me or is it just 'friendly flirting'?"


That is, what makes you think that there's a difference? Either way, he's interested. Guys do NOT make sexual comments and stare when they're not interested in a woman.

But I have to tell you, my danger sense is tingling. Because unless you have an open marriage, it sounds like you might end up risking a REAL relationship - your marriage - for a quick thrill. And believe me, once you're done, you won't think it was worth it.

Unless, of course, your marriage is already on the rocks. If that's the case though, you really should end it - or, if there's hope, you and your husband should consider counseling.

Sorry to be so preachy, but from where I'm sitting you're heading for a crash. Please think very carefully about how it would feel to end up divorced, and how it would feel to know that you hurt not only your husband, but the wife of that other man, too.

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