OK, who has to wait for whom - the car turning right or the pedestrian crossing the street? The light's green, the walk sign is on.
OK, so there's this guy. :o) He's a real sweetie, we've been friends for a couple years now. Last week, we had a little fool-around session that we both thoroughly enjoyed. But now, I can't stop thinking about him. I was supposed to see him again late last week, but he cancelled on me at the last minute. He lives 1.5 hours away, so it's not like I can just drop by anytime. I was really bummed out, and now he's home (3.5 hours away) for spring break. Next week, I go home (across the country!) for spring break, so I won't see him for a while. But see, the thing is, I really can't stop thinking about him. :o) When he comes online, I get butterflies in my stomach and I get all excited when I talk to him about maybe seeing him this weekend. So it's pretty obvious to me that I have a crush on him. ;o) But I think he's just looking for some random play, just a FWB situation until something else comes along, or until I move in June across the country. I know I'm not in love with him or anything of that serious nature, but I do like him. :o) See look, I keep smiling when I talk about him. ;o) Anyway, is it worth it? To have a little random FWB situation until I leave, knowing that my feelings for him are stronger than his for me? Do you think it will only end in me getting hurt, or is it possible that this might be ok? I really don't want to get hurt. :o\ I've only ever had super-serious, long-term, deeply committed relationships before. I've never had a relationship that lasted less than two years. So I don't know how these casual things work. ;o) A little advice/anecdotes? Thanks! */end young adult drama*