Should I? (part 2)

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
Hey George, I've listened to your advice. I called her(B*). But there's a problem, her mum is always the one who answer the phone and for some reason her mum doesn't like me...But that's like 3 weeks ago. Now I got her cell phone number lol.

But there's another problem, while she was gone, I thought I was over now and starting to like another girl R*. Even though I like R*, she never knew how I felt, in fact I never plan to tell her coz she had a bf in that time. Now B* came back, B* said she heard that I like R* and asked me to choose. I really dunno what to do, R* doesn't know anything about this. And all of the sudden one of B*'s ex txted me and ask me to choose. He said he lives with B* and he knows everything and if I dare to break B*'s heart...yea you get the picture. And I dunno what to do, B* is ignoring me, R* still knows nothing about this (I can't really tell her coz of two things,1st she just broke up with her bf. 2nd. Im older than her by like 2 years, it jst seems wrong for me to even ask her out.)

Could you give me some advice on what to do? And is it wrong? Im turnin 16 and she's turnin 14...Please...And sorry about the long passage. Advice
From what you've said, B* seems the better choice.

You already know she likes you, she's more your age, and you've spent time with her.

R*, on the other hand, doesn't know you, has just broken up with her boyfriend, and is not your age.

Good luck! George

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