so i found THE perfect guy but apparently im not the only one who thinks so...
Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
hey im 14 and about 6 months ago i met one of my best friend's [well call her L] childhood friend at her confirmation party. i really like him - he's good looking, funny, sweet, polite, he knows something about fashion, he has the same opinions/interests as me, he fits in great being the only guy in a group of girls, theres never an awkward break in conversations and he has amazing brown eyes-perfect. i found out after the party that two of my other best friends [E and P] really like him as well. E and me are fine with each other liking him and have an agreement that if he asks either of us out we can't say no because of the other person. P on the other hand flirts blatantly in a way that physically makes the rest of us wince, even the ones who don't like him. it is incredibly annoying not just because of the fact that it is uncomfortable for the rest of us, but because she ignores V [L's other friend out of school]. This is the only chance we get to see them and she tries to take A[the guy] off into private conversations so the rest of us don't get to talk to him. She knows that E likes him, but she doesn't know about me and I don't know if i should tell her or not because she tries to get between E and A a lot.
I think about him all the time and because he's so perfect, it has raised my standards really high so it's hard for me to think about other guys. i don't know how to act-im being myself but should i be doing anything else to let him know like through body language? i also don't know what to do about P because it's ruining our outings for the rest of us? and if [lord be praised] he likes me back should i go out with him-would that not be uncomfortable for the rest of the group: E because she likes him, L because he's her childhood friend? Please help me im so confused.
You should definitely let him know that you like him and want to go out with him.
There are too many girls after him and if you aren't aggressive you will lose out. So flirt with him, smile, laugh at his jokes, etc. When you get a chance just come right out with it and let him know you like him.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com