I for one believe you are a pretty savvy kid bowie. You communicate well, and seem to have done some thinking on who you are.
That said, I also don't believe you came on here strictly to ask "does this guy like me?"
Quite frankly, no one here can possibly tell you that. You're also aking some other, deeper things, and "does he like me" is your starting point.
Everyone here who has responded are adults, some much older than you probably realize. That doesn't mean we don't understand you, and haven't been through the same things. We have.
Yes, this is 2019, but don't think for a moment that your age invented saying **** you or Suck my dick. I know you would say "oh I know that", but yeah, you do sort of believe people before you Really didn't say it as often, or in the same context as you and your peers do. Yes, we do know that kids your age call each other slut or whore in a friendly kidding fashion. It's just a word. Maybe the popular word wasn't slut, whore at some other time, but yeah, we called our closest friends a dick, bastard, asshole, retard, prick, fuckhead, skank, ****, and many more, all in good fun. Or we dealt with having someone continue to do something you don't want, even though you repeatedly say no. (BTW, you might say that this boy in question stops when you say no, but obviously he does it again at a future time. No means no today, and tomorrow, until you say ok.) I kinda got a chuckle in a previous post you made when you said something like "most of the kids in my high school do that, in case you didn't know."
Yeah bowie, we know. You don't need to point out particulars of differences. Even though our ages are different, we have a lot of common ground.
The reasons we have differences is because we've lived through it, made mistakes, decided over time what was right for us, and who we are.
Which brings me to another thought I've been having. This isn't in any way meant as an insult to you. It's addressing you where you are in life right at this time. And I'm addressing you from where I am in life right at this time. We are both changing. There is no end point.
So that said, I would be very leary of anyone who professes to you that you are anything like fully capable of making serious decisions about sexuality, your ethics about certain things, etc. Notice I didn't say you're not capable, I said Fully capable. Especially about sexuality. To me, this feels like grooming behavior. I speak from experience.
Put it this way. If you just got your learners permit to drive, or your license, I'm not going to tell you it's fine for you to drive from New York to California, because you really want to, and so that must mean you can.
Dealing with these things is a process, and don't let anyone tell you otherwise. You don't need the kind of pressure that comes with someone telling you that you are able to decide what you want in really important things.
I said in a previous post that a teen's brain is not fully developed yet. That's no insult to you, that's a biological fact. That's why you and your friends sometime make perfectly atrocious decisions....and you know you do.
. Like neptune also said, in so many words, no one can expect someone in high school to make a decision the way a 35 year old can, or would. Someone older just has that many more life experiences, has learned from mistakes, and has hopefully come up with better strategies.
Even that's not a guarantee. Some adults also make terrible decisions, and can't take responsibility for the outcomes. So, if I can't rely on another adult to decide who they are, what they really want, what's important and what will cause them problems, how can we think that a person who has a much more limited time frame, is interacting mostly with other people who have not fully developed brains, and who decide to do things drive into a lake, can make fully responsible and be accountable for decisions?
The word respect has come up many times.
Honestly? I have quite a bit of respect for you, and the way you chose to return and have a discussion with other. Many young kids come and ask the exact same question you did, "does he/she like me" and then just disappear (is the term ghost nowdays?)
I don't completely buy it when you say you are totally ok with how you're being spoken to. If you were you wouldn't have brought it up.
I can only speak for myself, but if it was a close friend, and it was obviously it was in good fun, and only was an occassional rife we played with each other, then ok.
If it became a habit, and/or I felt like there was more behind what was being said, as in I really don't respect you, or at least not much, and can say any old thing I want with no regards to your feelings, then no, not cool, and I would say so.