However small it is, there might still be a chance that the girl would choose him,” he said. And the boys should talk about their intentions to each other and play the game fair and square.
“True, but if it’s the case there must be a certain deadline on which the girl should make her decision.
They can't quite agree on what it is — are you trying to get laid?
Trying to inflate your ego by being the "cool girl"? And even if all that judgment doesn't bother you personally, you still have to deal with the weird hang-ups of your other friends, your family, and even science.
Your female friends will carefully listen to the unique elements of your current dating drama, and come up with thoughtful and relevant advice; your male friends will tell you that this guy is an asshole.
So let’s add another one to the list: chasing the same girl. “Well,” I paused, trying to construct my sentence, “If the guys decide to fight there will be someone who will lose both a friend and a girl.” “True, but…” And I see it right then and there. However, during a meal with some friends a couple of days later, Boy B apparently liked her too.
Apparently, he thought my reaction is a bizarre thing to do. It’s like they have no will to fight over the girl at all,” he said. There was Boy A who met Girl Z, and he immediately liked her.
For most of my life, I've been a woman with male best friends.
I don't mean that in some gross, off-putting "I don't get along with other women because I am way too sexxxy" kind of way — most of my friends do happen to be women.