This is very common. Often men/women can become good friends, but the sad thing is most men/women don't get the true meaning of love. You should be each others best friend, be loyal, loving and you'll usually have a good life together. Your male friend is a little confused at this point and you have to reassure him just because you become lovers doesn't mean you can't be each others best friend. My husband and I have been married 34 years, were friends first and we rely on each other 100%. Oh yes, we do have some arguements, but, you have those no matter if you are friends, living together, dating someone or married. We've learned to sit down and discuss our problems and try not to second-guess each other. Have that talk and let him express what he feels, then you tell him what you think. Just assure him you can both take it slow and easy and there is no rush. Good luck Marcy
You might be thinking of:defiantlydefinitely
My thinking about Silent Friendship is that, I usually smile after seeing her and she also do the same, we are Silent friends :)
It simply means they are interested in you and they are going to be thinking about you when you are not with them.
A friendship can be a language when the two or more friends just "Know" what the other(s) are thinking of of about to say.... Finishing each other's sentences...
He means he is interested in you and likes you.
You may be thinking of petroleum.
No imble is definitely not a word but you might be thinking of the word nimble
When someone says that an Afghan boy is thinking about a girl they mean that they are interested in marrying them. This is usual in Afghanistan.
That means they are interested in you or they're just thinking like when men scratch their head while thinking
Basically you get the patience award after, you need to not move at all for a few seconds.
no, because there is a 40% chance that she will say no, and u will ruin ur friendship : > It depends. If you ask and she's not interested, your friendship will get WEIRD! Try saying something along the lines of "Wouldn't it be crazy if we were going out?" See how she responds. If she starts laughing and making jokes about it, she just wants to be friends. If she says something like "Did you just ask me out?" She's thinking the same way you are and that's a good thing for you. If she gets distant and dreamy and maybe a little sad, she is thinking about going out with you.
They definitely can. Mostly if you think of something and keep thinking of it as you transition into sleep, you're more likely to dream of it.
socrates accomplishments were that he was the only philospoher that believd in truth and was interested in thinking
It means you are on his mind and he is likely interested in you.
Decide if they look interested or repulsed, and drooling is a dead giveaway.
It was said on a recent interview that he was interested in both men and women. He revealed on the Tyra show that he had slept with a man before and that he was thinking that it was something he was interested in.
Incredibly low chance. Definitely not worth thinking about.
No, but it means that you should definitely ask him out.
You are not much of a friend to him if you try this. I would reconsider what you are thinking about doing. This is not friendship !
He will stop calling you, or he won't be very interested in what you say anymore.
Amelia never had an aircraft called 'Friendship'. -You may be thinking of her 1928 flight across the Atlantic in a Fokker Friendship flown by Wilmer Stultz. This was NOT Amelia's aircraft and as far as I know it did not have a name. Sounds like you need to pay more attention to detail in your reading.
No, definitely not. Were you thinking he looked like Laurent? It is obvious that is not him. You must not be a Twilight fan.
I'm definitely thinking its the preamble. Yea you thought right. The Preamble to the U.S Constitution is what comes at the beginning of the document and explains the goals of the Constitution. So just in case anyone comes upon this and sees "I'm definitely thinking," he's correct. =)
You shouldn't even be thinking about relationships at age 11...