You shouldn't date someone just because he asked you out, and in my opinion even if you like his brother, that would be very disrespectful to you boyfriend and most likely will cause a lot of drama to them, and as well as yourself....if you really loved your boyfriend you would tell him, and then he would know he shouldn't trust his brother. Put yourself in his shoes, how would you feel if your sister, or best friend, anyone your close too, asked your boyfriend out.
He may be testing you, though that's none of his business. Tell him no. Also tell him if he asks a second time, you will tell his brother. This gives him a chance to get out of a mistake but makes it clear that his asking WAS a mistake.
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Last edited at 8:56PM on 1/24/2014
By your picture you seem a bit young to be in love with a boy, and this question seemed to prove my point. I'm 13 and I'm guessing your around my age range and I think that's way to young to be in love, it's ok to date but asking this question means your not in love. I'm sorry if I sound mean but I'm being honest, oh and tell your bf what his brother did.
What exactly is the issue? If you " love" your boyfriend, why would you even consider his brother, if you have to ask this question, you probably aren't mature enough to be in any sort of committed relationship in the first place! Have a long talk with yourself about what you really want and then talk with your boyfriend!
it's a test that the brothers have set up between themselves; preset and then when they get caught they have a plausible answer. Tell your bf, he expects it. if you don't, then he won't trust you. Childish , but true.
Real love is kind, patient, not selfish, and is like carrying the other person's feelings in your heart. Loving someone means treated them as you want to be treated. Consider all these things as you think about your question.