okay i was dating this girl sammie, then she kissed another guy i flppped and we broke up, she said that that kiss didnt mean anything... then for a month she bothered me and said she wanted me back, now i finally relieze i still really like her, and shee doesnt want me back... wat do i do to get her back, or is it even worth it?
xOViLLYxO answered Monday December 25 2006, 11:37 pm: Yes, it is worth it. It was wrong of her to kiss the other guy but at least she admited it. If he bothered you before about it chances are she still does want you back but maybe the feelings have faded. Just talk to her about it even if she doesn't want to and tell her exactly how you feel.♥ [ xOViLLYxO's advice column | Ask xOViLLYxO A Question ]
ShAnDi answered Monday December 25 2006, 8:12 pm: i dont think it's worth it, you need to move on just like she has and besides who says if you two got back together a similar thing wouldn't happen again?
It's probably best if you find someone else,
hope this helps
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NikkiM answered Monday December 25 2006, 1:44 pm: It sounds to me like this girl sammie really likes you unless she wouldn't have tried to get you back for a month! I think in the end she realised you weren't going to take her back and so stopped trying. now that you want her back, shes doing exactly what you did to her. Shes probably only doing it so you know how it feels, so if i were you ide keep trying because in the end she wil give in :) [ NikkiM's advice column | Ask NikkiM A Question ]
kiran answered Monday December 25 2006, 5:40 am: Okay ask her is she still has feelings for you and if she does then talk to her why she kissed another guy if she comes up with some dumb kind of reason I say don't chase after her. Trust me there could be lots better girls out there too. And maybe you don't still like her. You just missed what you had with her and not what she did. Just think about that and you'll either get over her or talk to her.
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t0xicParadiSe answered Monday December 25 2006, 4:48 am: Honestly, in my opinion she's not even worth it. Ask yourself if you would actually be able to trust her again since she kissed another guy. Maybe you don't really want her back but you think you do because she doesn't want you back anymore. Get over her and move on.
xlickablex answered Monday December 25 2006, 3:29 am: maybe she finally got over it. Ask her if she still feels anything for you and if she does, ask her out again. If she doesnt, you should try and get over it. If your meant to be together, you'll find your way to each other back again. But if not, then it wasnt meant to be. Hope I helped, have a merry christmas and a happy new year! =] [ xlickablex's advice column | Ask xlickablex A Question ]
Esty-Metallica answered Monday December 25 2006, 3:26 am: Well, in my opinion, it depends on how much you like her. Id you really want her back than its worth it. But she doesn't want you back anymore, so i would suggest to let go of her. Also, if a girl bothers a guy for like a month and he doesnt give her an answer than she gets over him. This happens with my friends and with me. So its your choice how badly you want her. =]
the_sweeter_heart answered Monday December 25 2006, 3:25 am: This girl is not worth it. Breaking up with her was the right thing to do. If that kiss didn't mean anything, then what was the point of it? It definitely meant something.
Maybe you've had good times with this girl, and I understand that, but if those good times meant a lot to this girl, believe me, she wouldn't have kissed that other guy. If this girl is worth it, she wouldn't have cheated on you like that. You're better than that, and she's the one missing out on something good. =)
Move on. Go to another sweet girl. A girl with a similar personality to your ex, minus the cheating properties. I'm sure you can score another one. Flirt. Be affectionate. Sweet, caring, and funny is what most girls look for.
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