lloyd9988 wrote:Just fuck him, then you'll know.
Ha ha, not even in the same galaxy as the Realm of Possibility.
But seriously, he sounds weird and to be in love for 6 years is creepy in my book. Not to mention, she already has a boyfriend so what's the point for him to keep trying?? He should just move on and find a new girl like you
Well, it's not so creepy when you consider that six years ago he was only thirteen, so I'm sure it was more of a puppy love back then. Also, she's been fully aware of his feelings for quite a while, so it's not like he was secretly fawning over her all this time either. It's pretty much the typical story of she just wants to be friends because he's not her type, but he thinks that her boyfriend is a douchebag, and he believes that if he keeps being a good friend and showing unconditional love that she'll eventually break up with the other guy and go for him instead. I hate using this term because I don't think it's a real thing, but saying he was "friendzoned" would be the easiest way to describe the situation.
I mean, if he were a bit older, I would be a harsher judge about his unhealthy attachment, but he's still young. I re-evaluated myself completely when I got away from home and went to college. I think he just needs to get out on his own and he'll get a better perspective on life in general.
As for me, it's fun and all to joke around, but in seriousness, I'm not looking for a boyfriend here. Even if it were an option for me, romance is out of the question with things in my life as totally fucked up as they are right now. I can barely maintain friendships, forget anything more than that. At this point, I just want to focus on little things that I can do to make myself happy - like making a new friend.