Because the guy wants an affair with you, duh.
Just make sure his significant other doesn't own a gun first.
Oh well then that explains his niceness
Gay men are every woman's best friend.
Or he could be bi.
You're most likely prettier than you think!
You also seem to be forgetting that gay men ALWays have women friends!!! ANd women OFTEN have gay male friends!! Enjoy it.
( No, I am not gay.)
Makeup and clothes don't determine real beauty, it's all in the attitude sista!
OH, we ARE !! RIght Mary ?! lol.....
If he's with another guy, he just views you as a good friend.
Then relax and enjoy the friendship:) sounds like you could use some friends. You are lucky to have such a friend. :)
"Why look a guest- **** in the mouth!?.............."
( work on your self-esteem. WHat? he can't like spending time with you?!?!)
Well , I am sorry to hear that, and thanks for sharing! But, please! We all have good points, as well as insecurities! Let others love you..... paul simon is already ' a rock, and an island' !! YOU don't have to be!! find something good about your self and message me with the info....ok?
maybe he likes you more than his girlfriend
well, since you speak effortlessly and for hours with him--ask HIM your original Q to us.....!
( save your 'attraction' convo til later....)
AAAaaaahh-- but we are gonna change that, right?! ( TOO shy, to say exactly what you wrote me at 9:00??) go for it, it won't hurt-- he LIKES you!
Yeah, the whole cheating thing is always a good idea and has such great results. I've seen just so many indications of this being something to pursue, not selfish at all and no one is ever hurt, such great friendships strengthened by it.
maybe you haven't heard but some people are 'bi'! HHHMmmmm, food( uh-oh!) for thought....?
WHat if HE ........ WANts to?!?!........( bingo!)
maybe their 'thing' isn't that strong......?
or it's an open relationship?
Just because someone "has someone" doesn't mean he can't be friends with someone else.
BUT, keep it in mind....he has someone. Make sure that you (and he) keep that in mind.
lol....Oddly, and in my experience, that doesn't always make things "safe".
I've met guys who were "gay" who came on to me. Or who suddenly got engaged to a woman. I'm not saying that all are like that. If the "friend" thing is the only vibe you're getting, than I don't see any harm in that, if you want to be friends. I've found that gay guys can be easier to talk to as far as friendship goes. It helps not having the sexual tension in there.
Oh.....I didn't know. That could be a problem. I'm not sure I'd want to torture myself that way, if someone was involved or simply "out of reach". In your situation, I'd try to be friends, but if I couldn't stop thinking about him in the wrong way, I'd have to detach.
I suppose you have to weigh that against what it might mean if you fall for him and can't "have him" romantically. If the friendship is enough, and you can stick with that, then it's a good. I suppose you just have to use self discipline as far as "getting on" goes. But it might end up being really frustrating. You need to be able to respect that he's in a romantic relationship with someone else. If you can do that and take the friendship for what it is, it could work out.
If he's involved and acts a certain way with you, then he's cheating. Bear that in mind.
He sounds nice. I have a friend like that. Even if all you get is a friendship, that friendship might be worth it. Mine is.
Uhh. He considers you a friend.
he has a kindered spirit. one of Gods most precious creations
i knew one. even though he was a gay man, he was an awesome friend. just too bad he passed away young (32)
i never said being gay had anything to do with it.
if you read past that!!!! Which apparently you didnt. I said he was a good friend. So by that, I wasnt putting an onus on it.
Yeah, I'd say he wants to be friends.