My crush keeps asking me out and other people keep telling me that he told them it was bet.
He asked me out twice and the first time I knew it was a bet, but the second time I fell for it and said a meaningful yes. That day, at PE, I was told that he told people it was a bet to see who long he could stay in a relationship for. That same day, at lunch, I told him the only reason I said yes was because I knew it was a bet, but deep inside I didn't know it was a bet and was really pissed at him. The next day he told me the "truth." He said that his friend called him a wimp and he wanted to prove him wrong so his friend said to ask anyone out and he chose me out of everyone else. That same day his friend kept saying we should get back together and he kept telling his friend thanks for setting me up bro. I was going to say I want to get back together but I was glad I didn't because at PE someone told me that his friend was making him try to get back together with me. I don't know what to do because I still really like him want to date him if he ask me out for real, but I don't know when he actually is asking me out for real. My sister thinks I should just let him go because he kind of makes fun of me sometimes and she thinks I don't deserve someone like that, but I still like him and want a different answer than "You should just give up on him, you deserve better." Please help!
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I would agree with your sister. You deserve better. You hold the power in your relationships. Ask people out who you want to be with, not with people who only want to date you for a bet. Enjoy school without a relationship, it will make things easier. You have your whole life to date people you want to be with when you get older.
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He is probably shy and afraid to ask you out in front of your friends in case it's a set up and boys hate to be embarassed in front of others especially in front of girls. You should definitely not ignore him as he'll surely think you're not interested then. I would suggest that you either try and get him alone and chat to him, which would give him the chance to ask you out without others watching, or you ask him out. Either way keep talking to him and do not ignore him. Boys don't understand girls ignoring them. It will drive him away.
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