I havent got a clue when it comes to relatonships. Im 17 and have never been in one. Ive had my share of crushes though all failures. Right now I like someone very much. We're good friends. But he has a girlfriend. Last week he told me he was only going to homecoming with some girl, but a few days later he was talking about his girlfriend. When we were talking about what we did over the weekend and I had finished he said a few things and then he said, " I...well never mind, you dont want to know." I said youre probably right, tell me though. and he told me he was getting head on friday. I was initially really jealous, and angry. I dont even know if it was a random girl, his girlfriend, if he really has a girlfriend or not. If he does though he shouldnt flirt with me as much as he does. Not just verbally but even physical things are too misleading from him if he's unavailable and doesnt want to be available. I dont know what to do. If I tell him how I really feel and lay it all out I feel like I could ruin our great friendship, not ruin it but hinder it. My question is how do you know when a guy is sending signals he's interested? Isnt it possible he may just be having fun with you, having fun with a bunch of girls? Couldnt one argue if he really cared he wouldnt let you go?
How Do You Know?
The question that comes to my mind is "does he know you are interested in him?". If he does, it seems he prefers the other girl, if he calls her his girlfriend, and you are just a friend, unless he's an idiot who thinks he'll be successful by making you jealous.If he doesn't know you are interested, he may think this other girl is available and you are not.In either case the apparent flirting may just be his general way with women.In short, there isn't enough information to tell. You need to talk to him. Ask him how serious he is with his girlfriend, and if he'd be interested if you were. It may be awkward, but it seems to me it's the only way forward.
I get that feeling too. Thats exactly what you dont want.