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So I met someone a few months ago in the library at uni, he's really cute and would be someone I'd like to get to know. We only spoke once briefly when he asked me to borrow a pen. I thought he liked me because he kept staring at me after borrowing my pen, it felt like he wanted to say something but never did. I'm was too he to say anything to him first plus I haven't seen him for ages. He may have graduated or something. Have I lost my chance with him?
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focus on uni love
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Do you know his name. Try a bit of social media stalking.
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You might see him round campus next year. In which case you should go up to him and start a friendly conversation with him. You might never see him again.

Learn from this experience. Next time you have contact with a candidate for your affections, grab it. For example by asking if they want to go for a drink and a chat after the library closes.

He will not be the only cute young man at your Uni. Once you've got exams out of the way use the social life of the uni to the full. So that'll be for a few days after your exams have finished and then again in September onwards.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
So I met someone a few months ago in the library at uni, he's really cute and would be someone I'd like to get to know. We only spoke once briefly when he asked me to borrow a pen. I thought he liked me because he kept staring at me after borrowing my pen, it felt like he wanted to say something but never did. I'm was too he to say anything to him first plus I haven't seen him for ages. He may have graduated or something. Have I lost my chance with him?
No. Do your exams. Then see if you can find him. Also, socialise after your exams and see who you meet.
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is it man or waman
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Do you know his name. Try a bit of social media stalking.
Nope don't know his name otherwise I would have done that
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You might see him round campus next year. In which case you should go up to him and start a friendly conversation with him. You might never see him again.

Learn from this experience. Next time you have contact with a candidate for your affections, grab it. For example by asking if they want to go for a drink and a chat after the library closes.

He will not be the only cute young man at your Uni. Once you've got exams out of the way use the social life of the uni to the full. So that'll be for a few days after your exams have finished and then again in September onwards.
I graduate in a few months so won't be at uni next year unless I do an MA which I want to do but it depends on my grades.
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No. Do your exams. Then see if you can find him. Also, socialise after your exams and see who you meet.
I don't have exams, it's a design course plus I've just finished my final module. Now I've got time to look for him but I'm exhausted, need time to rest. Not a very social person and wouldn't know where to begin.
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(Original post by Dunnig Kruger)
You might see him round campus next year. In which case you should go up to him and start a friendly conversation with him. You might never see him again.

Learn from this experience. Next time you have contact with a candidate for your affections, grab it. For example by asking if they want to go for a drink and a chat after the library closes.

He will not be the only cute young man at your Uni. Once you've got exams out of the way use the social life of the uni to the full. So that'll be for a few days after your exams have finished and then again in September onwards.
He's the only one that's caught my eye. There is another guy but I haven't seen him for ages either. Maybe they're both avoiding me but they look kind of similar, maybe it's the same guy I don't know.
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You might want to lower your standards a little bit. Not too much as there's not much as you don't want to slum it. But maybe just a little bit. There should be a lot more than 2 guys at your uni that are eyecatching. You might also want to see what you can do to greatly increase the number of young men you come across.

Don't worry about you not being a very social person up till now. You can turn over a new leaf anytime. And when you start work that'll be as good a time as any.

It does sound like you'll need a certain amount of luck to bump into Mr Library again. But you never know. Keep your eyes open and jump right in you see him again and don't worry about embarrassing yourself in the process.

And congratulations on gaining your degree! Onwards and upwards from here...
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(Original post by Dunnig Kruger)
You might want to lower your standards a little bit. Not too much as there's not much as you don't want to slum it. But maybe just a little bit. There should be a lot more than 2 guys at your uni that are eyecatching. You might also want to see what you can do to greatly increase the number of young men you come across.

Don't worry about you not being a very social person up till now. You can turn over a new leaf anytime. And when you start work that'll be as good a time as any.

It does sound like you'll need a certain amount of luck to bump into Mr Library again. But you never know. Keep your eyes open and jump right in you see him again and don't worry about embarrassing yourself in the process.

And congratulations on gaining your degree! Onwards and upwards from here...
There have been guys I've liked before but they disappeared too, I don't understand why. Is there something wrong with me? It's always been like this I like someone and they seem interested too but nothing ever comes of it.
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It's impossible for me to say if there's anything wrong with you, without knowing you in real life.

From the highly limited information that you've been able to give in this thread I'd say that it's most likely that there are only 2 things "wrong" with you.

1. You haven't been making the most of your opportunities to have a full social life with a wide circle of friends.

2. You're not good at closing sales. That's fine. Very few people are natural closers. And you've never (from the sound of things?) worked in sales, nor had good practical sales training.

When it comes to you as a package, chances are the first person to "buy" you will be delighted with you. Chances are there's nothing wrong with you as a person and a that there's a lot that is right about you.
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Nope don't know his name otherwise I would have done that
Only hope then is that some serendipity throws you together again. It its meant to be its meant to be.. plenty more fish etc..
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I don't have exams, it's a design course plus I've just finished my final module. Now I've got time to look for him but I'm exhausted, need time to rest. Not a very social person and wouldn't know where to begin.
ok. Then take some time to rest. And if you are wanting to date then you will need to find ways to socialise;; you might meet the love of your life!
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I didn't see the guy again, he's probably graduated or finished for the year. I've lost my chance. I have a few weeks left of uni and that will be the end of it. I doubt I will see him again.
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I didn't see the guy again, he's probably graduated or finished for the year. I've lost my chance. I have a few weeks left of uni and that will be the end of it. I doubt I will see him again.
There will be others!
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There will be others!
I doubt it, I have no clue what I'm doing after graduation, I doubt I'll get anywhere with my degree as I got a low grade. It feels like I'm going to be at home the rest of my life which gives no chance of meeting anyone.
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I doubt it, I have no clue what I'm doing after graduation, I doubt I'll get anywhere with my degree as I got a low grade. It feels like I'm going to be at home the rest of my life which gives no chance of meeting anyone.
Really? How old are you? What degree subject do you have and what grade? Why do you think that having a degree predicts how good your life will be? What about getting a job? And not going back home? What do you underrate yourself so much? Everyone actually has talents.
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