MrIncredible Posted July 22, 2019 Share Posted July 22, 2019 I have a friend that I've known for a few years now, he's like a brother to me. We've always had a good time and never really had problems or conflicts. One thing about him is that he's a 'ladies man', probably the biggest that I have ever met. The guy is always talking to multiple different females at once and has serious game. He has never had an issue with picking up girls, and usually every weekend he meets a new girl or two either at bars/clubs or online apps. He usually likes to brag a little by showing me the next day of pictures or dirty conversations that girls will send him, and I'll usually just laugh and tease him about it. Lately though it's been kinda catching up to me. My game has been awful with women as of late, and I'm by no means an ugly guy. I'm up there with him and have the same level of confidence as he does, but yet when we hangout and go out to places, I can tell that girls are always looking at him and are interested in just him. The way girls will smile at him upon meeting us, but give me just a "meh" reaction when I introduce myself, it frustrates me in the inside. And it happens almost every time we hangout and go out together. The other thing is that he is very flaky if it means him getting with a woman. I don't blame him at public places, but he'll unknowingly leave me on my own if he's with a couple girls and they want to introduce him to their larger group. He'll also cancel plans alot if a girl wants to meet with him at the same time we were going to hangout, sometimes it can literally be 5 minutes before we were supposed to meet up. One time I won concert tickets and we were going to go, and like 4 hours before the concert, he flakes in favor of meeting up with this girl that he met on Tinder a day ago. He's a good guy, but lately I haven't really been talking to him because I think I'm getting jealous of the amount of attention he gets from women, but also his flaking which is really annoying. I feel like a POS friend and almost want to tell him that he cares more about chasing tail than his bros. Am I wrong for thinking/feeling like this? Is there anything I can do to better the situation so it's not like this? Any advice would be appreciated. Link to comment
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