When we first met, I was head over heels,. I was about 15 then and I told him, but he never responded. We became good friends and time went on. I still find him incredibly attractive and we get along super well, but I've never expected anything. Yesterday my best friend flirted with him and drunk me could not let that happen. Long story short, he stayed at mine and a lot happened, though we didn't have sex. We never spoke about it or anything and talking like normal, but it's a pretty big deal. What should I do?2 AnswersSingles & Dating4 years ago
How does it work when you add someone you fancy on Facebook ? Do you message them after they accept or wait for them?
when they know you think they're cute1 AnswerFacebook4 years ago
Whenever my friend is drunk, he always tries to get with me, but I never let him because I value our friendship. We text a lot, and generally get on so well. We went on a holiday with a large group of people, and partied every night. One night I was so drunk and kissed someone. My friend came up to me to tell me that he knew about it and stopped being friendly with me, looking grumpy when he saw me, and avoiding me at all cost for the rest of the holiday. I asked him several times why he's upset and he won't tell me why. A lot of our friends think he's into me so I asked him if it was because of the kiss by text. He responded bluntly that he's not annoyed. I told him that if he's going to continue lying that something is wrong then fine I won't talk to him and he never responded. I'm heartbroken. What do I do?1 AnswerSingles & Dating4 years ago
I met a guy at a uni party and we went back to his. We kissed and ect, but I was on my period so nothing happened. The only reason I went back to his was because I was very very drunk. He has now asked me to go for drinks next week. I think he is really cool, but I don't want to have sex with him on the first date because I'll be really upset if it turns into a one night stand and he doesn't want to see me again. I have no problem with sex, but I'm too emotional for one night stands. How can I tell him that I don't want to have sex with him without looking like I'm desperate for a relationship or that I've led him on?
Should I ask him to go for drinks?
I met this guy at a uni party, but I was really drunk. I remember him being really cool, but I don't seems to remember much after that. I woke up at his with all his clothes on and I had no clue what exactly happened that night. When I left, I left my jacket with my keys, but couldn't remember how to get back to his because my battery was dead so he gave it to me later - for some reason I had two jackets also (very drunk). A couple of days later I got the courage to ask him what happened. He told me that nothing happened. I was on my period so we literally just fell asleep after I feel off the bed a few times. I made some jokes about it and then he hasn't texted me since. On my facebook messages, he said he wanted to go for drinks, but this was all while we were still drunk. Me being so drunk, I thought he meant that moment so left my room that I has just arrive at, at 3am, to meet him... this explains everything and the two jackets. But now, I don't know if I should ask him for a proper drink or just leave it?
By forgetting and asking, have given the impression I'm not interested? Is it too forward?
I met this guy at a uni party, but I was really drunk. I remember him beeing really cool, but I don't seems to remember much after that. I woke up at his with all his clothes on and I had no clue what exactly happened that night. When I left I left my jacket with my keys, but couldn't remember how to get back to his because my battery was dead - for some reason I had two jackets also (very drunk). A couple of days later I got the courage to ask him what happened. He told me that nothing happened. I was on my period so we literally just fell asleep after I feel off the bed a few times. I made some jokes about it and then he hasn't texted me since. On my facebook messages, he said he wanted to go for drinks, but this was all while we were still drunk. Me being so drunk, I thought he meant that moment so left my room at 3am to meet him... this explains everything. But now, I don't know if I should ask or just leave it?
So I went abroad for a year a sa volunteer so didn't see any of my friends. On my return, I have managed to salvage my old friendships while making new ones. Everything was great between my best friend and I until she went back to uni. We go to different universities. When I call, she often says she will call me back and barely every does, she doesn't reply to my texts and today I called her and she said she couldn't speak, completely forgetting that it's my birthday. She I put it down to her being busy or just start distancing myself?3 AnswersFriends6 years ago
I've been into this guy since the start of uni. He wasn't showing much interest at first so I let it go and just remained friends. For a while now, he's been showing loads of interest and we've gotten along well. We've had sex twice too. The second time we had sex, it all ended pretty early and he was very distant. I finally asked him what was wrong and he explained to me that he broke up with his girlfriend before he went to uni because of the distance. He said he's not quite ready for a relationship, but he really likes me so he doesn't know what to do. Also, she keeps asking them to meet up and he doesn't know what to do as he feels so guilty about everything. He likes me, but he's not over the break up either as it didn't end for anything bad. He asked me what to do, but I told him we should just be friends as I didn't know what the right thing was. I really like him, but I don't know what to do. He's so confused and hurt and I feel like I've been dragged into it.
i had sex with someone in my university hall. Do I bring it up with them or pretend it never happened?
Last night, I was really drunk and had sex with someone in my hall. I don't think it meant anything to either of us. I'm avoiding question my feeling towards him because I barely remember it. I've never had sex with someone that I haven't been dating before. Do I bring it up with them or just keep acting like it never happened as nothing was going on with us before that. It was just a shocking random night. Today we saw each other and just didn't bring it up. Should I continure that way or discuss it. I'm not a promiscuous person at all so don't want to give the wrong idea.
Sorry, I wasn't clear. We were both really drunk and I'm pretty sure we both see it as a mistake. I want to stay the persons friend, but is that possible or are things forever awkward from now on. I've never been in this situation before as I've only had sex with my boyfriends before.2 AnswersSingles & Dating6 years ago
Last night, my friend and I got very very drunk. I'm not sure how it happened, but we somehow had sex. He's such a lovely guy and I still want to be able to go out places with him and it not be awkward. He lives across the hall from me. What do I do?
I enjoy Christianity, I was brought up as one and I like having a general outline of rule that I follow, but I just don't believe in the main things about Christianity...That there is a God. Can I still be a Christian and not believe in God completely? Or is just too much of an oxymoron? I've tried to, but I just don't.18 AnswersReligion & Spirituality6 years ago
Let's say the bus is turning left. What will it's resultant force be?2 AnswersPhysics6 years ago
When my dad was diagnosed with cancer, i sort of pretended it wasn't happening. I would visit him in the hospital then go and see my friends, revise, go to school, ect as if I wasn't watching my father die. I didn't tell any of my friends. My mum was the one who eventually told a few, after he died, when she realised that I hadn't invited any friends to the funeral. When he died, I sort of went on with my life as if nothing was wrong, but stayed at home to comfort my mum... plus I felt like I had to. I was told I wasn't 'dealing' with my emotions and should take a break from school. I decided not to, which obviously led to me doing pretty badly for me, though I'm still going to one of the top universities (which was a struggle). I've been getting on with my life, volunteering abroad, getting ready for uni and a year later, I'm only feeling down about it. Is it normal to only start to feel it a year later? Now, I don't really know what I'm meant to do about it. I had so much support from friends and family when it was going on, which I didn't really accept because I was 'fine'. Now I don't really have any support and don't know what to do about it....2 AnswersFamily6 years ago
I just don't get it. So a power supply is DC, but still has an alternating voltage. When a capacitor it put across the terminals of the power supply, voltage is meant to become constant. According to the information I read this is because the capacitor is not discharging. I thought the cap would discharge and charge as the voltage alternates. Is it because DC is constant so Voltage is not actually going in the opposite direction even though it's alternating, which is causing the capacitor to stay at the voltage it is at. If it's not discharging how is power being supplied to the circuit?3 AnswersPhysics6 years ago