I just wanted to ask......If you like a guy and he mentions his gf not too much though he doesnt see
I just wanted to ask......If you like a guy and he mentions his gf not too much though he doesnt seem happy with her but I can tell he brings her up on purpose to make me jealous and then I tend to bring up "my bf" when I really dont have one and he kept looking at me.......i really love this guy (not my bf) I want his attention and I want him to want me and I want show him that I lied to catch his attention and he does the same thing what do I do please help!
Wow, it sounds like you're weaving yourself in a very sticky web. I will mention that any relationship started in a lie is begging for drama and issues. It's better to suck it up and put yourself out there: tell him you're sorry for mentioning a boyfriend when there isn't one and that you have feelings for him.
What's the worst that could happen? He could say he doesn't feel the same? Better to know now than to waste time and energy on something that's going nowhere to begin with. Just remember that it might suck and you might cry, but that's life, you know? He could end up reciprocating your advances and then you'll know that you two would be starting off on honest grounds, instead of lies and childish "game playing".
This is, of course, just my honest advice and hope things work out for you.
If he got a chick, don't waste your time on him, getting into a complicated love triangle is always not fun and by the end of the day somebody will get hurt. better go for something simple, this relationship might not be right for you, consider his girl friend was here first. (Frist come first serve, don't be selfish and cut the line) And, yes, I know you love this guy, but my advice for you here, is to "get over it", that is the best thing for you to do.
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