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Original Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
Ok, I'm a 16 year old guy who likes these 2 14 year old girls. The 2 girls are best friends with each other and I am good friends with both of them. We have recently come back from a school trip. The trip was 7 days long, and took 22 hours to get to our destination on bus. After being with them for 7 days, i've started to develop feelings for one girl and i already had feelings for the other girl. One girl sat infront of me and the other sat to my right on the bus. We all talked a lot and would throw paper and random things at each other. Both of them seemed to move closer to me and our feet/legs would be touching from quite some time during the ride. They both try to act like "my mother" by telling me what i can and cant do or who i can and cant date. The problem in this is that i told 1 of the girls that i liked her about 2 weeks ago and her other friends said that she didnt like me like that. I wasnt too sure if that was the truth or not but i accepted it and now im wondering whether i should retell the one girl that i like her and see if she feels the same way or if i should tell the other girl that i like her?

plz help if you can,
thank you

User Submitted Advice from a 13-20 year old Male
Date both

Dude, this is an easy answer, unless you agree to be exclusive with one or the other, go out with both of them. After all, they'd be unfair to get mad at you for seeing more than one girl as long as you aren't their boyfriend.

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