I read this post and as I share it, I have this feeling of deja vu, if you decide to get a fishing pole, bait a carrot and hold it infront of the mule, when the mule (man in this case) starts heading the direction you wanted him, you better be ready to go all the way and give the carrot (let him be your man, not what you might be thinking) don’t be doing it for fun (toying with people’s feelings)… like Sam says “One last thing, if he turns you down, he probably knew from the moment he met you that you weren’t the one hence he didn’t make a move so don’t feel so bad. Society dictates that he has to make a move and he has probably been turned down or will be turned down severally.”
So you asked him to be your boyfriend or you told him that you liked him, and based on all the signs you expected he felt the same way that you did, but sadly he didn’t. Turns out he thought you were “just friends” and now he has more or less thrown you into the friend-zone; or even worse, stopped talking to you completely. Now you don’t know what to do but bury yourself in ice cream (or whatever other comfort food you have going for you) ask yourself questions that have no answers like why would you lead me on? Or why would you flirt with me? Didn’t you see I was falling for you in the first place?
See, a guy is used to being in-charge. Whereas they make it look like life is pretty simple and happy-go-lucky like he doesn’t stress out, he…
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