Well, I just recently talked to my first boy friend from like 2nd grade and we technically didn't call each other that but ...we were. Well, his name is Andrew and he's a nice guy. Well, I really have a big crush on him now...even though we just started talking on Sunday. Well, today I asked him if he had a girl friend he said " No". I was nervous to ask him ..but he made me . Well, I told him that I didn't have one and he said " Cool". Well I told him I liked him and he said " Oh, we don't even know each other much". I told him that I knew that and I think we should be friends for now until we get to know each other and than we can go out or something and he said that sounded good. So, I was wondering if we would eventually go out. We have A LOT in common. It surprised me how much. Well, I asked him if he remembers much from when we were young and he said " yaaa , kinda". Well if he did he should of remembered that we almost kissed...but lol his mom ruined the moment...she opend the door soon as his face was up to mine. We had so much fun together...so do you think he'll eventually remember all that stuff? Do you think we could go out ? What should I do to keep patient?
Additional info, added Thursday May 7 2009, 5:32 pm: Latley, for some reason he hasn't replied to my text messages...I think it's because my friend wanted me 3 way him...so I asked and he said no...ever since he hasn't replied to my texts. Do, you think he's shy? He was real shy a long time ago..so was I but I grew out of it. Do, you think he didn't? Is he mad at me?? Or whats going on?
Please help!. Want to answer more questions in the Relationships category? Maybe give some free advice about: Love Life? mariahwannabe answered Tuesday May 5 2009, 2:26 pm: Usually, as a girl, we can recall quite a lot but highly doubt he'd remember - boys can be silly that way...but ask him what he remembers because he might remember things you didn't even know about..
I cant really predict if you guys will go out, but if you are in eachothers company and are having a lot of fun - he could develop feelings for you and things will go on from there..!
I think it's a good idea to not push things or be clingy to meet up with him as that could ruin a potential good friendship/relationship
Of course I am not accusing you of this, but don't get all "hung up" on the childhood thing. The typical he was my childhood sweetheart, and now I like him again etc etc, I am sure you arent like this but sometimes you need to highlight it as people who crushing on others can be seen as vunerable and gulliable - and I wouldnt want you to be upset if things dont work out the way you would want them to HOWEVER..I believe this isn't the case. I think you should keep your feelings to youeself for a bit - meet up, hang up, and prehaps if you still like him, and if you pick up on any signs that he might like you - prehaps ask him if he likes you etc.
I think you should go for it. You have nothing to lose, and its always great to know someone who has so much things in common with you and strong foundations, and good childhood memories.
datedoctor343 answered Tuesday May 5 2009, 12:27 am: Hey I'm Date doctor this is my speacilality so i think you shouldnt dwell in the past guys dont listen nore recall most things they have done so take it slow if you dont date move on if he likes you he'll fight for you so keep in pateints and wait for him or move on you see it will all fall in place [ datedoctor343's advice column | Ask datedoctor343 A Question ]
duudee_advicer answered Monday May 4 2009, 10:16 pm: Of course, no one on an advice website can accurately predict whether or not you and this boy will eventually date. But, this sounds a lot like a lot of situations my friends have gone through, so I'm happy to help you out.
You can't make someone like you. But, before you lose hope, you can be his friend. So far, he's made that clear that he's interested in being friends. So be his friend! Hang out, play videos games, go for walks, go grab something to eat, hang out in groups of people- make memories & a connection. Make it a point to get to know him better. Find out his likes/dislikes, pet peeves, dreams, goals, best friends, his family, his favorite things to do. He sounds like he wants to get to know you better, so work on that first! You can be flirty, but don't lay it on thick. You don't want to scare him off early. The more of a connection that you two make, the more flirty-er you can be.
After a few times of hanging out and making a connection, then you can reminisce about the past. But then again, it was 2nd grade so you can't blame him for not remembering everything :)
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