My guy friend from school invited me over to his birthday party. I had a great time and he was being very social to everyone, asking if 'we' (me and my 3 friends) were ok and having a good time.
Then it was time for me to leave. I told him I had a very good time and said thanks for inviting me! Then he said 'that's good' then out of the blue said, i'll give you a hug and well, we hugged. I was shocked and just said 'ok'.
I cant remember how the hug was because I was in total shock! And this was the first time he hugged me and his parents were there watching and they looked surprised too!
After the hug I looked at the ground and said 'That was a little awkward...' and he said 'Yeah it was, wasn't it?' ONLY BECAUSE HE HUGGED ME FOR THE FIRST TIME! I said ok cya at school and he said the same and we went our separate ways.
What just happened? Can someone tell me? Was it a 'ok thanks for coming hug'? or something else...
Tomorrow I will ask my friend if she got a hug too. If she did I will know it was a 'thanks for coming hug', but what if she didn't get one?
What the heck does this mean? >_<"
What just happened? You guys hugged, that's what friends can do and it's appropriate to do so. Don't think so much into it.
He hugged you for the first time so I guess it's ok for it to be weird, no big deal though.
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