It's kind of weird how much, and we both know each other likes him.
I want to ask him out but if I do, and if he says yes, I don't want to be called names because of everyone knowing my friend liked him. No matter what happens here, someone is going to get hurt.
Lastly, I think you'll probably forfeit the best friend of the year award ... Then you can probably keep your friend AND end up with the guy in the end.
I have seen him after, but I have not gotten the chance to speak to him about it, as we are always interrupted.
The next guy is a lot older than me and I have known him a year and a half.
I am in my early 20's and I have feelings for two totally different guys. We became friends, but nothing happened between us, as I just never told him.
About a year ago, I was told by a close friend of his that he did have feelings for me.
Also, while I wasn't there when you were talking to this guy about how he felt about your friend, I honestly hope it wasn't a 'sabatoge' conversation -- and you weren't trying to discourage him from liking her. You'll have to develop some thick skin because it probably won't be very kind -- especially since everyone knows you were friends with this other girl and knows she liked him.
In fact, it could potentially ruin your reputation -- others will probably think you're a little ruthless and kind of a back-stabber. You could always just let this crush your friend has play out.
Everyone knows my friend likes him, no one knows I do. I really like him and I think he likes me but I'm not completely sure.
He and I were talking and he said he doesn't like my friend.
Are you OK with that person being your friend and it pretty much ruining your friendship forever? Anyway, once you decide if you're willing to lose your friend over this guy, then I think your choices are simple.
I think the answer to that question will tell you a lot about your friendship and how important or unimportant it is to you. If you are, then ask him out and get ready for the fall out.