What do i do?

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Ok there's this girl that i've liked for ever. I've worked with her for almost a year now. She know's i've always liked her. Anywho, this past couple week we've been talking about a serious relationship with eachother. I would go up to see her when she was working and when she got off we talked and kissed and what not. So today comes around and i go up to sonic to see when she goes on break. She tells me in about an hour. So i tell her im gonna go home and i'll come back up in an hour. When i get home i get a text message saying. "Sorry if i have led you on, but i just wanna be friends" I'm like "are you serious".....i ask why and you know what she says? "You're to nice for me, i know it sounds bad, but i need a challenge...im sorry" ----What kind of excuse is that? She still texts' me and calls me babes and stuff like that, but should i tell her to stop if she doesnt want to be with me. I still want to be with her more than ever but i dont think it will happen soon, especially if im too easy for her. Do i wait and see what happens? or do i move on and tell myself im too good for her?

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My advise is to move on.

Perhaps she will consider that a challenge.

Good luck! George

-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com

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