Tuesday, March 13, 2007

he's just not that into you

Typically, I take the Justice Scalia approach to dating: if he's interested, he'll say so explicitly. You can't loosely construct a conversation to reach the conclusion that the sparks you're feeling are felt by that other person. But every now and then, I start to let my guard down and allow the "looks" and the flirtatious remarks to overpower my logical approach to the situation.

So when you feel a certain chemistry (for lack of a better term) with a person, and you're not sure which side of the "friends" line that chemistry falls on...do you follow your heart, which is telling you that you're not completely crazy, and that there's at least something there worth pursuing - and that you should just let him know that you want to get to know him better?

Or do you just say screw it, he's not worth all the time you've spent thinking about your personal dilemma, place this one squarely in the "friends" column, and either (a) force yourself to ignore the attraction, or (b) just avoid being anywhere near him altogether?

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2 Comments:

At 1:14 AM, Blogger A.I. Martinez said...

I say the direct approach is best. Why beat around the bush? Why not go for what you want? What do you stand to lose? Meanwhile, you stand to gain the person you want. Or, at the very least, resolution.

I also have about as much success with the opposite sex as Kevin Federline has with music.

 
At 6:34 AM, Blogger Kevin Lomax said...

Do it! Do it!

 

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