i need your ideas on this..
By Mylot member
January 15, 2007 1:14am CST
i have a friend who likes this guy. and she came to me and asked me that how to make a guy jealous because she wants to prove and see if the guy likes her too. well they are sort of talking and the likes.. and how do you know if the guy is already jealous?. can someone please help?.
15 Jan 07
Why can you not help your friend. Just ask your boy friend to help her by acting as a new friend to your girl friend, when so-called lover boy is there. If he really loves your GF, then he will act seriously by seeing that his GF is talking to other boy. Ask your BF to try to take away that girl in fron the boy. Your BF may also tell some false story to that boy introducing himself.
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15 Jan 07
She's going about it the wrong way. By making a man jealous she will also make him angry and resentful toward her. The proper way is to make him want to spend time with her and not someone else. Jealousy is a ruin of many a relationship.
23 Feb 07
well, patrice, i always believe that while we can make someone jealous but not at the cost of hurts. before doing anything, try and feel it in his shoes and that will prevent her from actually hurting the guy she loves. well i might sound very soft but that is how am i. well, as for the reply, the cliched stuff would be just to mingle with boys and ignore him. she can fix up an appo with the guy and the next moment cancel it saying that she has to meet up with some other guy (as per pramodthakur, your boyfriend). she could lie all about how the family of that fictitious guy love her most and pamper her with all sorts of gifts...and all such stuffs. ask your friend not to overdo, just underplay and it will work wonder!! good luck
23 Feb 07
I would have to agree, jealousy is a bad idea. More often than not, it would just push the guy away thinking "well, she has someone else anyway." Of course, we cannot rule out the possibility that it may pull out your boy friend's aggressive nature, but that doesn't always happen. Your friend might just end up instilling a negative impression on the guy he likes with what she does. Men respond well to simple intimacy. As basic as holding hands helps a lot. Although, I'm not saying that your friend should be the aggressive one. If the guy holds her hand, it wouldn't hurt for her to let him.
22 Feb 07
Your friend doesn't have to resort to the "jealous idea" to know if the guy really like her. Why not just let the friendship blossom into something really special. No need to rush it, its a lot better if romance has a deep foundation which is friendship.