It depends on how he feels about her in general. If a guy is presented with an opportunity to make out with a nice looking available girl, and there's little risk involved (meaning that he wouldn't be negatively affected however it turns out) then he'll take them up on it but it doesn't necessarily mean he will want to make a relationship out of it. Sometimes a makeout session is just a makeout session..
love that ass!.
ooh, theres another one round here somewhere, similar pose, hot!!.
I will tell you something... try stopping the sex and see if he would stick around... he may then try to provoke again the "guilt" feeling making you feel bad and talking you back in but he wont commit... because in the end, and he made it clear, good sex is all he is after... and you may be missing chances of meeting a real partner who wishes to be with you....
I'm Tony, looking 4 a frien..
OMG SOMEONE REPORT ME, I'M BEING SO OFFENSIVE AND INSENSITIVE TO WIMMENZ!!11!!!1!111!.
I hate to chime in, but we've all had good pics rejected and ones rejected that were later approved when submitted by someone else. Point is, if it's a good pic, well then it's a good thing it got accepted later then, right?.
A spark is an initial jolt that spikes your interest and chemistry is the synergy that follows..
purpose. Rather we chat, talk, engage i..
Hi. I'm very friendly and likes to communicate with people, i like playing basketball and also likes going to the gym, I hope to find a friend and hopes he turns out to be more so if you wanna play..
I honestly don't see anything in her post that would suggest this. She has standards, and they seem fairly reasonable ones. What's the problem?.
Do not have him interact any more with your B/F. that is extremely cruel..
cute hot and sexy.
Cobra.... My kind of guy... Love the way u think.
yeah berrating the idiot users on JBG doesnt seem like im doing enough anymore, maybe i will have to step it up a notch.
I dare say that for him, things started to not be what he thought they would be with you and he was creating distance to wean himself off of this. Should he have told you? Yes, but he probably wanted avoid watching you grovel for the relationship..
uh huh, and regardless of religion, the possessive, insecure ones are the ones that are most likely to beat the carp out of you later..
There has to be a balance! As I've learned in my experience, that balance just may start with YOU. I had something similiar happen to me, and one eye opening conversation at the end of my frustration later- a lightbulb turned on. Typically when we think men are withdrawing from us we do the same on some visceral level or another. Maybe we've talked to him, he's apologized but nothing has changed, so we think okay time to show him: the problem is it doesn't solve anything and only furthers our frustration. You begin to pull away subtley to get his attention, only he may not notice, when he isn't picking up on what you're trying to "say" to him you begin to try harder, in your head- your relationship feels like it isn't working and you turn yourself into a neurotic headcase, he may start noticing but still not clearly understand what it is you're trying to communicate to him..