He will go to prom with me if he can bring his fiancee

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
i just recently asked my ex to prom. i figured i rather go with him than anyone else. our break up was stupied anyway. so he agreed to go with my but then when i was about to tell him what kind of tux to get he says his fiance wants to come too. now grant it we broke up only four months ago..how did he get a fiance? he is only 18. i saw him last week when i just so happen to go to his job not knowing he worked there. he acted like he didn't tell me anything and he still wants to go to prom with me. i have no problem with being friends with him but it is kind of wierd to be going to prom with someone who is engaed to someone else. i wish he would just stop playing games adn be real but its in his nature. i know he's not lying about getting married beacsue his co-worker brought it up while i s was at his job. what do u think i should do? i don't want to go to prom solo but i don't want to feel played.

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Realistically, you should cancel your prom plans with him.

He wants to bring along his fiancee and that is one of the strangest ideas I've come across. Don't waste your time on him.

Find somebody else or go with friends if that is your only choice.

Hope this all works out for you!

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

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