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i lost with my ex girlfried long time ago.. now meet again in FB.. haha.. but not really interested in her.. but we always msg-ing on the phone.. now she look like have a crush again in me.. talking about commitment.. wat do i have to do to not giv her any commitment..? help me
don't play with her, don't mess around with her, don't flirt with her, you know - those kinds of things! Be straight with her, like a friend would be.
Rafini said it right, if you are really not interested in her just let her know because if you do it otherwise it is just a waste your and her time.
do not flirt with her?... hard to do coz my day start once she wake me up every morning... haha
??? ok, confused. thought you were communicating by FB, not in bed, as for commitment - in this situation, dont ask me lol
Is it funny?
If you don't want the relationship why do you allow it? It's unfair to her to continue communication if you don't want a close relationship. If you want only friendship, tell her now. Don't lead her on. It looks like you are playing her. I'm sure that you are a good hearted person who doesn't want to hurt anyone. Please tell her how you really feel.
dont lead her on...be straight up and tell her you dont think of her that way anoymore...orthat you dont want to be in a realtinship with her...
Oh just block her and don't talk to her at all, that way she can't misunderstand anything you say.
just chill.. di she dumped you earlier then do the same but only controle your self
1) once you already brokeup so chances of break up is again. only think about reveng and think how she dumped you then dump her when she is gain emotionally attached .but dont be an emotional jerk, be practical.
i guess the time it doesn't work and you have to prove it, it could be a really pain in the a$$ (literally) if you are a guy
well, my sister had been in love with gay a man before and tried really really hard to get him to "switch sides" and I bet he was annoyed. It never did work out. Im just saying that saying your gay wont always stop the advances.
yeah,, i guess you're right..
especially if the guy, like me, is so handsome that his orientation just doesn't matter
exactly. your forgot to mention how funny you are too.
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