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It's like I told you in the article about how you should get the girls that you are attracted to. The idea that you should lie to your friend and tell him that he's just really into you because you want to be friends with her is not only a terrible idea, but it's also the biggest mistake I have ever seen anyone make. If you're really going to lie to someone like that, at least tell him that you really don't want to go on a date with him. It's not that you're being selfish about it, it's that he's being a jerk for being a jerk about it. At least, that's what I have always thought of it.

In a way, you're being even more of a jerk to your friend who you feel like you're falling in love with than you would be if you were lying to yourself about it. Your friend is a jerk for not being more open with you about the fact that you have feelings for this guy who he has a thing for. I know this sounds really bad, but believe me, I've tried this. There's also this myth that you shouldn't be open to meeting someone over 50, but that's wrong. Most of the time, it's because you feel like you have to be more secure in the dating scene in order to get in with someone. If you do meet someone over the age of 50, I would encourage you to approach them like an open-minded, friendly 20-something, rather than a scared, stuttering, 50-year-old girl. When I was in my late 20's, a friend and I were getting engaged. We spent weeks and weeks looking for a nice guy. In the end, I was a good match. My friend was like "So, you were at the mall with this guy and he took you to this bar. He was really nice, but then he showed you his phone and it was this girl's picture on it. Can you get her phone back?" To this day, I will not be able to find that phone, because he took it with him when he left. So, I will never know what he was thinking. He may have thought he was a good match, but he really didn't do that good a job. I would say that about about 90% of people who don't find the girl they are looking for are just waiting for that one person to get lucky.