Didn't mean to. I guess I was just a bit confused. Bah!
Thank you, and no, I don't feel as though I deserved that treatment. I'm pretty sure he knows he was wrong, and I have walked away. I can't deal with the moods and vindictiveness.
No, I don't frequent this board much and certainly don't have time for those kind of games. Cancer men are just very intriguing and interesting people and tend to have alot of female fans (and enemies) who just simply would like to try and figure them out.
Recently met a Scorp dude. I'm a Virgo female. We hit it off right away. Nice rapport. Nice conversation. Both very relaxed in one another's presence and highly enjoy each other's company. Haven't known each other too long but right away I sensed that he could be a good friend and about two to three days in, he called me "friend" before we parted from each other for the night (just hanging out).
I'm a pretty typical Virgal; Shy, modest, reserved, quiet, not emotionally loud etc. He, a typical Stinger; outgoing, emotional, intense, sexy...blah, blah, blah. Thus far he's been pretty kind, goes out of his way to help me, and is quite protective of me. I sense he's a very loyal person as well (like all scorps)
He asked me one day to have lunch with some people and I told him no (was too shy) and he quickly gave me a look of dissatisfaction. He asked me to have lunch with him two days in a row but I didn't (secretly I was starting to crush on him and my feelings were getting stronger and stronger) because he is a typical flirt and goes to lunch with many girls. He hung his head when I told him that I couldn't but I did this--kept my distance, to avoid getting in too deep.
He is an artist and has an upcoming show and asked me immediately upon meeting me if I would attend and I told him yes. I also helped him with his website a bit (for a day or so) and then told him that I couldn't help him anymore because I just didn't want to. He frowned. Told him to get an intern/assistant (I don't know why but he strikes me as a bit of a user)
He mentioned one day that he wanted to go to the zoo around where I lived (soooo not the type of guy that would hang out at the zoo so immediately my eyebrow was raised) and started asking me about when was the best time to go yadda, yadda, yadda...told him I didn't know, and he just looked at me clueless, and we just left it at that.
Ok, so finally getting to my point here, one day he asked me to call him and when I did, he had absolutely nothing to say. The convo lasted all but 2 minutes, lol. Why? Granted, a week before that he did call me and we pretty much confirmed that we missed each other and the only reason I called him the following week was because he kept asking me to (my friend tells me it was an ego thing) and once I did...nada!
At this point, the relationship seems more like big brother/lil sister but we did some light flirting and I noticed that his eyes get real soft towards me when I speak to him in a more womanly tone and carry myself with more confidence. He doesn't know my age, but I look at least a decade younger than I am (Virgos in da house! woot! woot!), and he's at least 8-10 years older than me.
He called me again a few weeks ago and this time we talked for a minute. Just general stuff. His co-worker also told me that he missed me, and he invited me to his job to watch the fireworks for the 4th (not necessarily with him I think) but I told him no. I mentioned I wanted to see fireworks but I wasn't about to go to his job to do it.
So, having said that, from what you've read, am I taking this too far? And it's just a friendship? I know Scorp men tend to relate to the female populace very easily so, maybe I need to relax? lol I know he definitely sees me as a friend.
I think I'm gonna just leave him alone because my feelings are starting to develop for him and I see how many women he flirts with and how many of them practically throw themselves at him and I don't want to get played. I know Scorp men are known for playing games and the whole phone call thing just spoke volumes.
Yeah, he's chasing now but I don't know if I want to be caught. Too much headache. Not worth it.
Thank you, and I agree. Walking away is the best thing.
I'd love to dish it back but that takes so much energy! They can do this forever, ya know. Not worth it. I'm just trying to stay out of the line of fire.
Sorry to hear this. Hopefully he will come around.
Thank You! It's like they are impossible!