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02-28-2012 08:24 PM
Orka_n
Re: Ladies, can it become a burden when a guy friend tells you he likes you?

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Originally Posted by 2003 View Post
MR MTF voters are in shock right now..

You were like, totally MR MTF most elligable batchelor
At first I was unsure whether this was sarcasm or not. 2003 is a decent chap though so I'll go with "not". Anyways I might be an okay guy and I have lots of female friends but no girlfriend at the moment. I tend to end up in the friend zone a lot. Which btw is not something I'm bummed out about at all. I really like it there 99% of the time.
02-28-2012 04:35 PM
Naudio Spanlatine
Re: Ladies, can it become a burden when a guy friend tells you he likes you?

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Originally Posted by Taejin View Post
So much for BFF
Why would i have sex with a guy i considered to be like a brother more than just a friend, i mean if i had sex with a guy who is considered to be a brother to me the sex will feel awkward and just plain wrong really
02-28-2012 07:14 AM
Time Violation
Re: Ladies, can it become a burden when a guy friend tells you he likes you?

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Originally Posted by Rafarta&Grigorior♥ View Post
Ive had that plenty of times, it wasnt great and it wasnt comfortable at all, i mean the guy wanted to have sex with me, and he was one of my bestest friends
So much for BFF
02-28-2012 07:10 AM
Kat_YYZ
Re: Ladies, can it become a burden when a guy friend tells you he likes you?

when I was in high school I had a male friend who said he liked me. I was just starting to be a bit interested in this other guy, so I told my friend I wasn't really feeling it and just wanted to stay friends. He said okay and he never acted any differently with me. We are still friends now, 20 years on. He never lost interest in being my friend and was always there for me. Even when that boyfriend left me and I was crushed, my male friend was very supportive and never tried to "move in" on me in a weak moment or anything like that.

It's a great feeling to know you can trust someone completely; you can trust them with your life. They don't desert you and they don't take advantage. Guys seem to understand this in guy/guy friendships: you see those movies with two guys in some war zone or burning building. No matter how bad it is, when you turn around... the other person is there; they have your back. They will never sell the other person out or betray them. When girls look for this kind of loyalty from men (either in friendship or marriage), the guys just look totally puzzled, like we are not even the same species.

Everybody just wants someone they can trust who won't disrespect them or sell them out (and of course you would do the same for them). I don't know why it's so hard to understand.
02-28-2012 05:40 AM
Naudio Spanlatine
Re: Ladies, can it become a burden when a guy friend tells you he likes you?

Ive had that plenty of times, it wasnt great and it wasnt comfortable at all, i mean the guy wanted to have sex with me, and he was one of my bestest friends
02-28-2012 05:37 AM
2003
Re: Ladies, can it become a burden when a guy friend tells you he likes you?

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Originally Posted by Orka_n View Post
Eventually I got turned down.
MR MTF voters are in shock right now..

You were like, totally MR MTF most elligable batchelor
02-27-2012 07:23 PM
Orka_n
Re: Ladies, can it become a burden when a guy friend tells you he likes you?

Hilarious contributions left and right in this thread for sure, but I for one will give my 2 cents seriously.

This is what I want to say, 2003:
I don't think you are asking the right question. Of course the ladies will feel awkward and weird if someone they get confessed to by someone they consider a friend.
The question you SHOULD be asking yourself is: are the feelings you have for the girl so strong that you cannot enjoy spending time with her as only a friend any longer? Because if that is the case, then sadly your friendship is already ruined (in the way that it will never be the same again, that is). And you will only torment yourself by keeping that stuff a secret for too long.

Yes, I have fallen in love with a female friend. I confessed, fully aware that she might not feel the same (not 100% sure though since there were certain signs). Eventually I got turned down.
Today we are friends again. Not as close as we once were (and I don't think we ever will be), but I still think it was worth confessing. How so, you ask? Because acting like I wasn't in love with her would have been too painful and, in the end, wouldn't have been fair towards her either since I was only pretending.
02-22-2012 12:15 PM
EliSter
Re: Ladies, can it become a burden when a guy friend tells you he likes you?

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Originally Posted by Raige View Post
The poll results suggest only two people are actually being honest. The other 8 are lying scum.

Honesty reduces my RAGE - I dislike those two people.
Ok this is a new one...
02-22-2012 11:55 AM
Raige
Re: Ladies, can it become a burden when a guy friend tells you he likes you?

The poll results suggest only two people are actually being honest. The other 8 are lying scum.

Honesty reduces my RAGE - I dislike those two people.
02-22-2012 11:30 AM
ssin
Re: Ladies, can it become a burden when a guy friend tells you he likes you?

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02-22-2012 09:22 AM
jmf07
Re: Ladies, can it become a burden when a guy friend tells you he likes you?

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Originally Posted by Hewitt =Legend View Post
I seduced the Gooch in Melbourne after implementing page 26 of Bilbo's ultimate sex bible to perfection. I approached him as he emerged from the lift at his hotel and proceeded to leave the facility with 4 pairs of his underpants.

Ajde.
You should sell a pair. You would become the third richest man in Australia after the Gooch himself and Brentos.
02-22-2012 07:55 AM
Hewitt =Legend
Re: Ladies, can it become a burden when a guy friend tells you he likes you?

All 2003 threads should be merged into one massive sex thread.

Ajde.
02-22-2012 07:43 AM
tripwires
Re: Ladies, can it become a burden when a guy friend tells you he likes you?

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Originally Posted by 2003 View Post
To be fair, some of MTF top male posters..well..you dont get any more cock sure than some of them..

Just wait till I start a thread about penis size..
Please don't.
02-22-2012 07:40 AM
2003
Re: Ladies, can it become a burden when a guy friend tells you he likes you?

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Originally Posted by Smoke944 View Post
MTF females aren't shy about flattering themselves, no?
To be fair, some of MTF top male posters..well..you dont get any more cock sure than some of them..

Just wait till I start a thread about penis size..
02-21-2012 07:02 PM
Black Adam
Re: Ladies, can it become a burden when a guy friend tells you he likes you?

Male Lizards do push ups to attract females and when scientists gave them testosterone they did push ups until they died.
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