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I told him how I felt.


Question Posted Thursday March 22 2007, 1:23 am

Okay, so you may have seen the question about a week ago, but I'll fill you in. I'm a 14/f and a freshman.

The guy I like is a senior, and we are 4 years and 3 months apart in age. I REALLY like him a lot. He's not that cute, but he's nice and funny, AND he's a gentlemen.

Thing is, he's in LOVE with my best friend! She's a sophomore. He's been in love with her since June and obsesses over her ALL OF THE TIME. It's almost quite literally all him and I talk about when we talk.

We don't talk often, but I had Katie tell him I like him. He said "it feels nice to be liked."

I have a feeling he will NEVER EVER like me back. What should I do? Give up? And if so, HOW?
I've liked him since January


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rebeccaa123 answered Thursday March 22 2007, 12:30 pm:
i disagree with the person below me. sounds to me like you're in love. the best thing you can do is be flirtyyy. don't give up! if your best friend doesn't like him(or atleast not as much as you) she should back off and let you be the one he talks to or hangs out with the most.. i guess what i'm saying is be the one that he enjoys talking to the most. talk to your friend about it and if she's a good friend, she will understand and back away from him.
I hope I helped=D

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Imperialistic answered Thursday March 22 2007, 9:07 am:
It's harsh but you should move on. Four years apart is a huge difference especially in high school and he might not want to risk getting teased by his friends even if he does like you.
You don't need to totally get over him, just keep all your options open and remember not to obsess.

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christina answered Thursday March 22 2007, 2:42 am:
Find someone else who meets your interest, or give it time. He might start to like you sooner or later.

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