What an experience.

I have been going on a few dates with this guy (Roy), for a few months now and I was hoping by now I would like him and there isn't really a spark there. I really don't like him as anything more than just a friend, so basically he is in that friend zone and I made it very clear to him that I wasn't looking for anything serious at the moment. He seems to have got the hint and has been really cool about it. As, we haven't been on any more dates, though he has been inviting me to hang out with his friends.
They are quite a lively bunch and we had fun times, though the problem is I really like one of his friends (Adam). The first time Adam and I were introduced we got on swimmingly, the conversation flowed easily as there was a spark. Since that day, we have been talking/snap chatting and I am starting to feel bad, because I realise I have gotten myself into a sticky situation. I have never been in a situation like this, so I am not sure what to do about it  and everyone I have talked to about says I should just stop talking to both guys. Even if, Roy and I are only friends, it would be so wrong to start seeing his friend Adam. What is even more awkward, is that Roy knows that Adam have been speaking, and hasn't really said anything to me about it.
So, I have decided to phase out all conversations with Roy & Adam, as well as  politely decline any invitations to hang out with Roy and his friends. Sadly, that includes turning down the offer to go jet skiing in wales this Easter weekend.

For the purpose of trying not to be too confusing, and protecting their identities I have used pseudonym.


  1. Wow that's a really tough situation. Hope your ok!

    Beth x

  2. Don't stop speaking to Adam just because of the other guy! When you have a spark with someone you should just go for it. In a years time you will of all forgotten about the guy before :) xxx

    1. I have been sort been talking to Adam as just friends as well :) xx


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