I was planning on asking Girl X to the prom this year. She is a junior. However, I'm in a pretty sticky situation.I was pretty sure she liked me, and was confident she would say yes. However, in talking to a mutual friend or two, I have determined that she has picked up on this, assumed I would ask her, would like to go with me, but decided she can't say yes because one of her best friends, Girl Y, likes me. I have no intention of "switching" to Girl Y, obviously, and have shown Girl Y no signal of doing so, as I have been aware of this for a while.I have personally seen this "fight" between the two. Example: I sat next to girl X on the couch. Girl Y gives her a million looks. Girl X stands up, girl Y flies in, and I am sure she saw my unhappiness. It's like Girl Y is bullying girl X, who also likes me.I was planning on asking Girl X to lunch, or maybe Starbucks, on Wednesday and asking her to prom there. I fully expect her answer to be wishy-washy and concerned with her friendship.This is extremely upsetting to me, as I have a perfect prom date, who definitely wants to go with me, but just some other girl in the way. How should I deal with this!??
Prom Date Mayhem
Flatter her, tell her you like her so much more than girl Y, and why. Tell her that you only want to go with her, and wouldn't ask girl Y even if she said no. Tell her that girl Y will get over it, it's only a crush it's not like she's your ex or anything.I dunno, that's what I'd do.
I smell a threesome.
Don't fart during sex. It's nasty.
In my opinion, if I were in your shoes, I'd tell Girl Y off . But that's just me I guesse. My advice? Well let Girl Y Know how you feel towards Girl X but in a non-offensive way. Then let Girl X know how you really feel about her. If you have no feelings towards Girl Y tell Girl X. Tell her how you feel about the sitaution and tell her that you feel Girl Y is bullying Girl X. But that's just my suggestion you never know if someone else might have even better advice.
!!!More Than Meets The Eye!!!
So this is probably too late anyways... But many girls have a code: Whoever called dibs gets the guy. So girl Y called dibs on you, and girl X probably has absolutely zero interest in you dating-wise because of that. What's wrong with girl y, anyways? Oh yeah, and there's always a harsh possibility that girl X doesn't want to go to prom with you, and has told girl Y that, and so girl Y keeps being a good wingman and trying to stop you from asking girl X.
It's your thing, do what you wanna do. I can't tell you who to sock it to.