I Know he's the new guy, the different one and I'm sure he's making you feel special but just be careful. This isn't about making her happy. Exactly what they said maybe you are meant to be friends. If both of you come to terms that you value the friendship more than starting a relationship with the said guy, then both of you have to come to pact that you will not give up on the friendship no matter who ends up dating the guy. Girlfriends are the one we go to when guys treat us poorly, ditch us for other girls, hit it and quit it or are jerks. A lot of girls find themselves in this situation. However, im kind of taught that although its modern century now, but males are still supposed to make a step.
Let your friend adjust to the idea of you two being together before you change your Facebook status and start bringing him as a date to everything. Keep in mind, collegiettes, that boys are usually not forever, but friends can be. To learn how to talk to your crush about all of this, scroll down! Unless she's ignorant as all hell, in which case none of this will likely hold any water and you're just as good off feeling sour about it as honestly stepping out of the way. Well that's the thing she has liked this guy on and off mostly on for about a year and a half. And if he chooses neither of you, then hey — it was probably for the best anyway. You are assuming you will continue to think he is great after you start dating him and getting to know him better.
She has only known him for a month at the most!! Just be sure to make it obvious and apparent don't over do this though! If your comfortable being around him and talking to him stay friends but if things are getting awkward leave it alone for a while and don't talk to him as much. That's how a true friendship should work. There are few things that can test a friendship like being into the same guy. Is this guy someone who could help you move forward with God? Throughout your life, you will most likely have many significant others. It seems she is stuck between the two options and is having a had time deciding which course of action is best. Are you willing to let go of the friendship to be with this guy? You are making some big assumptions here. If one of you is just kind of interested and the other can't stop dreaming of the guy, then it just makes sense.
When I told my friend I liked him, she told me he was her crush too. She think of things to justify he did like her. Sometimes you gotta make yourself happy. This is my opinion a boy aint worth losing a friendship trust me. Yes she will be mad, but she should also understand that friendship is more than dates. Do I tell her I would be sad and see if she will not ask him out or do I just become a third wheel with my very good young child hood friend! I'm really worried about what to say if he tells me he likes me, I don't want to hurt his feelings because he's so funny and sweet.
You may find he's a better friend. If either one of you got with her you would end up losing your friendship because of her; friendship is more important than girls. This is something you should really think about before making your decision. He'll understand if it turns out she fancies you. This is a wrong way to handle the situation. Sisters before misters: Remember that when you and your friend like the same guy, she will be there for you a lot longer than he possibly will. If from the start you agreed to both drop him, great! Believe me, more girls lose friends over bfs than you'll ever know.
As much as girls love it, guys don't like girls with baggage and don't like to be fought over. I wrote him a note just asking to be friends and making sure everything was okay between us. But as for if she goes out with him, I don't think that's fair to you. The guy is like one of my closest friends, I could talk to him about it but my friend doesn't want me 2. I got over it, and our friendship didn't change. Or he may see both of you as friends and nothing more; disappointing you both by eventually dating someone else.
Has he asked you out? In addition to her role as career editor for HerCampus. Have you ever liked the same guy as your friend? I've been in a similar situation. I always tel my friends its cool with me if they go with the guy we both like but he likes her cos you can't make someone like u. You have a crush on or you like a guy, and the guy, in turn, likes you. That means you should stop being friends with him, right? Trust me, I know how your friend feels. This decision will strengthen the bond between you two and help your relationship move to greater heights. Its still kinda going on today lol.
Is it really worth possibly ruining a friendship for a guy you have no idea how it will go? Run a background check: Relationships are emotional investments. I'm going to answer this question without talking about the friendzone as I don't believe it exists. Just recently she came to me and said hey I like him as well. Or possibly shoveling mint chocolate chip ice cream into her mouth while watching reruns of Sex and the City. So, my friend Ashley likes this guy Ken. Well to me you cant fight about this with your friend.