Take it from me:
Don't tell her what you feel about her. Don't make shit awkward, don't ruin a what-could-be and turn it into a never-will-be.
Forget her and move on
She isn't meant to be yours.
This ain't some notebook love story shit, be real lol
I can't move on. I tried to but I simply can't.
Originally Posted by Conquerable
@Ultron I noticed, half awake at this points, thanks though
@Capi You guys aren't going to a uni are something? Is her boyfriend going to?
Yeah, I'm going to study something related to Graphics Design/Engineering while she's going to study Psychology. I'm not sure what's her boyfriend studying, he is older than us so he's in uni right now.
Originally Posted by Oliboli8769
Life's short, don't miss an opportunity. 'Rejection' (if that's what you'd call it in this case) isn't even that bad, I'm talking as a man with experience
But don't be that guy who waits 20 years, goes to a high school reunion when she's already settled down, and then says to her "oh btw I actually had feelings for you the whole of highschool".
I don't think I'll have an opportunity ever again. My only chance if is she breaks with his current boyfriend (which I highly doubt).
It's up to you at this point, you've pretty much heard everthing from both sides. I'd honestly just tell her, you'll feel good and she'll end up forgetting it if it becomes akward if she get's wasted or something. Maybe she'll end up going out with you who knows. Get back to us if you do. @Joe Barf some more when I type more paragraph responses.
I don't want to put her in a bad situation where I'll tell my feelings when she has a boyfriend. It may suck tho. About being a good friend, I think I am a good friend and she knows that but none of this matters if she has a BF (atleast that's my way to think)
You are not putting her into a bad situation, what you are actually doing is hiding your feelings if you don't tell them to her, just because some girl has a boyfriend you are instantly restricted to tell them about your feelings, someone who thinks that is idk the word for it but afraid, I want to put more than afraid, more like scared or something, idk
The more or less likely you're gonna tell her, the more likely you'll push her away like this.
Man up and tell them to her, not the best advice, but seriously, if you wont do that you'll lose someone who you love forever.
@Capihonestly, you should just go for it. like Ultron said, the worst case scenario is that you get friendzoned. you probably won't talk for a bit, but you'll get it resolved. this happened to me my sophomore year in high school. this girl liked me, but i already had a girlfriend and she went up to me and confessed her feelings. we're still good friends and we're on an 10 day streak on snapchat lmao
I honestly feel that telling it to her during a dance is probably the worst time to do it. She will in fact be put in a bad situation because she suddenly get overwhelmed with the fact that possibly a friend or more has feelings for her. The best would be to do it during a time or moment when you 2 are actually alone, so no boyfriend around and also easy for her to kind of back off or get some space to think about what just happened. Doing it during a dance is just hard for her because she will be close to you and it would be weird if she suddenly left. Painful for the both of you. But yea, I'm not much of an expert when it comes to feelings.