This guy at work asked me to hangout one night after work so I told him to text me when he got out and he did but said he was too tired to hangout. He asked me to hangout two more times after that and did the same thing. Eventually we did get together and he kissed me. Now he still asks me to hangout almost every day but then cancels out, or just doesn't bring it up again. I'm so confused, why would he be acting so weird?
He might be flaking because he is nervous, is unsure about where he wants be at (relationship wise) etc. However, you don't deserve that. I would straight up ask him what's going on. If he's being flaky now, you don't want to get into a relationship with him. You know what I'm saying?
lightoftruth answered Tuesday August 21 2012, 8:49 am: Honestly, there could be many reasons why he keeps flaking. I wouldn't hang out with him if he keeps doing this. It can be really annoying and frustrating. I'd straight up ask him, although his answer will probably he that he is tired. But if you do ask him, he'll probably stop doing it so much or won't ask to hang out as much.
I wouldn't kiss him either, not when you don't know what's going on with him. [ lightoftruth's advice column | Ask lightoftruth A Question ]
sizzlinmandolin answered Tuesday August 21 2012, 12:04 am: You should ask him. I may be wrong, but it's possible that you're not the only one. Maybe he's asking several different people if they want to hang out and then if more than one says yes, he has to make a decision? I have no idea, it sounds weird to me too. I certainly wouldn't be kissing him if I were you until I figured out what his deal was. You definitely need to bring it up or just start saying no. Good luck! :) [ sizzlinmandolin's advice column | Ask sizzlinmandolin A Question ]
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