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Anyway, we were pretty good friends before that (I was one of the few people she talked about certain things to) but for the past couple of months, I can only remember one time where our conversations have been longer than four consecutive sentences.
It’s like she’s avoiding me, as whenever we talk (I’ve been trying to start conversations again online), she ends every attempted conversation very abruptly (she says brb and doesn’t say anything after that).
(Btw, if Auntie doesn’t answer this, I’d still like advice from others out there!! My advice in these situations is almost always to talk with them about what’s going on, and ask them to meet the guy in question. So, I’ll be going to high school this fall, and I think my parents will allow me to have a boyfriend (I’m responsible, and I’m not going to fall for a druggie or an ex-convict). She already has a small hunch which is already making it a little awkward.
They may feel differently about having you be romantically involved when “dating” has a (polite, pleasant, non-serial killer) face. Her *knowing* that i like him would make our friendship strained and uncomfortable. The point at which everyone is asking whether you like each other is the point at which it’s obvious to everyone (including Jill) that you like each other; whether her feelings are rational or not, tiptoeing around it and treating her like she can’t handle the truth is only going to make things worse.
(And by that I mean, “I couldn’t see to type with the gorilla mask on.”) Auntie, I don’t want to go to prom. And I’m not just saying that because I don’t think anyone will ask me. The other, less-pleasant possibility is that he’s not interested and just used your brother as a convenient excuse rather than be blunt about it. Auntie, What happens if someone you know gets the same dress as you? Or do you go and try to return yours, even though that’s not possible? What you can do is make sure that the people who matter (i.e. I get that you and a friend started this up as an in-joke, but the point at which it went public is the point at which your friends should have said, “Hey, enough.” Have you mentioned to any of them that your feelings are hurt?
What matters is whether you’ll have fun going, hanging out with your friends, dancing, and taking goofy pictures.
And if it’s really important to you, shop at a specialty shop that maintains a registry of which girls from which schools have purchased a given dress, so nobody ends up wearing the same thing. That should be your deciding factor; get a date or don’t, but whatever you choose, make sure it’s about you want to do and who you think you’ll have fun with, not a stupid bet made by a bunch of mouth-breathers.Either he’s incredibly shy/awkward, or he’s a tool (he’d have to be, to be so oblivious to the fact that he’s doing obviously boyfriend-y stuff with you.) Have you guys ever talked about crushes? I don’t wait very patiently, and I’m getting annoyed at myself for being like this, but then I wonder why I shouldn’t be?! Just another middle school thing) but Jill took the breakup hard, and I don’t think she’s over him YET. Well, now I like Jack, and I’m very sure he likes me (we flirt a lot, he’s accidentally let slip stuff to my friends, we walk to classes together) but we’ve denied liking each other to everyone who’s asked. I feel so comfortable with Jack, like I can be completely and totally myself (meaning: I can talk about violin, my HP obsession, and my insane parents) around him I know: if Jill still likes him, I shouldn’t go after him. If Jill still likes him by then, I don’t know what to do.So my question is this: should I have a boyfriend since that’s not exactly “forbidden” (’cause it’s not mentioned) but not exactly mention it to my parents, or should I just try and wait it out, while I go bald from pulling my hair out?????? ) How old are you, and how reasonable are your parents? Jill would be completely crushed if she were to find out I like him.I think I can safely say that I’ve gotten over her, but, considering the fact that we used to be pretty close, I still really want to be friends with her.So, from all this, two questions: How do I ask her why she’s been ‘avoiding’ me; and why is she behaving this way? There’s nothing worse than getting up the courage to ask someone out and not only getting rejected, but winding up with one less friend.
(Or maybe his friend can shed a little light on whether he returns your feelings.) Hey Auntie, this is a non-prom related quandary for you.