Ok im in Jr. High and I'm in 6th...At my school people play "flip", If you don't know what that is, it is when a boy and a irl play or two boys, or two girls. You pick either rock, paper, or siccers, and the loser has to ask out someone of the winners chose. If the boy I like asks me out and I say yes and he was just playing "flip", and he turns around and says oh...well I was just playing "flip", but if the boy I like comes up to me and says will you go out with me and I say no and he will really sad, and he might really like me then he and I will both be sad. So how will I know if he is playing "flip" or really asking me out? Please Help Me
audra answered Saturday February 17 2007, 7:25 am: I don't think that there will be anyway that you will be able to forsee if he is into you, or just playing "flip".
if the boy you likes comes asks you out, and you want to go out with him, be friendly and nonchalant, and say "sure..." that way you win if he really does like you..... but on the of chance that he was just playing "flip" then you won't be too embarrassed because it will seem like you really didn't care if you went out with him or not.
either way there is a 50/50 chance that you are going to be hurt. just know that this may seem like a big deal in your life right now, but in 10 years your life is going to change so dramatically that you probably won't even remember liking a particular boy.
but another way around this would be to ask him out yourself. and if he says "yes" then awesome, and if he says "no" then you can say, "darn, I was playing 'flip' and now i lost." or ya know whatever you want to say.
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