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    and help you with your shoe laces.
    Yeah, "laces"
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    OK guys i'm seeing him next Monday and i've come up with this idea:
    I "accidentally" pick a seat next to him and then say "this is not possible, every time I come to the library you're here. How many exams have you got?"

    On a scale from 0 to 10, 0 being "stupid" and 10 being "excellent", how would you grade my idea?
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    "I would say 'do you come here often' but....I already know"

    Or go in dressed in a onesie asking for money for charity...that's the only time people seem to speak to strangers in my library.

    Or just say hey.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    OK guys i'm seeing him next Monday and i've come up with this idea:
    I "accidentally" pick a seat next to him and then say "this is not possible, every time I come to the library you're here. How many exams have you got?"

    On a scale from 0 to 10, 0 being "stupid" and 10 being "excellent", how would you grade my idea?
    Such a silly tactic, 'this is not possible, every time I come to the library you're here'.

    Think of something else.
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    Just walk over to him and ask him what his name is?

    He will either respond by telling you his name or asking why you want to know his name?

    You should getting talking after this.

    Anyway good luck
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    say hello
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    OK guys i'm seeing him next Monday and i've come up with this idea:
    I "accidentally" pick a seat next to him and then say "this is not possible, every time I come to the library you're here. How many exams have you got?"

    On a scale from 0 to 10, 0 being "stupid" and 10 being "excellent", how would you grade my idea?
    Oh just say hello man. It's not that hard. And follow up to say "what course you doing, I see you a lot here" what you're saying sounds so pre-rehearsed. Honestly people it's not rocket science. Then from there he'll say the course, you say something on the lines of 'that sounds hard,' or 'how do you find it'
    Picking a convo isn't as hard as people make it out to be. What you do is that you get them to talk about themselves, everyone no matter how modest they are loves to talk about themselves.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    OK guys i'm seeing him next Monday and i've come up with this idea:
    I "accidentally" pick a seat next to him and then say "this is not possible, every time I come to the library you're here. How many exams have you got?"

    On a scale from 0 to 10, 0 being "stupid" and 10 being "excellent", how would you grade my idea?
    This will work but you have to be completely natural OP. Don't force it!
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    Stare at him. Hold you gaze. If he begins to look nervous and scared, he loves you.

    If he ask's you what you're look at. Don't speak a word. Just keep staring, apply heavy breathing if needs be. This has proven to work. Remember you're trying to flirt, not scare him.
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    Say hi, smile, wave, nod or wink in a nervous awkward manner

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    When he leaves his books slip a note with your number under the next page of his book
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    (Original post by Scott.)
    Stare at him. Hold you gaze. If he begins to look nervous and scared, he loves you.

    If he ask's you what you're look at. Don't speak a word. Just keep staring, apply heavy breathing if needs be. This has proven to work. Remember you're trying to flirt, not scare him.
    That sounds creepy as ****. I'd be pretty nervous regardless of whether she's fit or not.
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    I feel like this song should help you out

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=por5rbMjTv4

    Written by some girl from my uni and sums up perfectly why it's as easy to pull in the library as in clubs
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    This may sound ridiculously childish, it probably is, but I just don't know what to do and it's driving me crazy because the term is going to be over soon and who knows if i'll ever see him again (different schedules).

    Basically every Monday I go to to study to the library and there he is, this overly cute guy, just meters away from me. The first time I saw him there I obviously couldn't keep my eyes off him, and he must have noticed because he looked at me from time to time. However we haven't spoken a single word to each other, probably because he seems so shy!

    This has been going on like this for weeks, and I am 98% sure that he has noticed something going on. Every time he stands up to pick a book I look at him and he sometimes looks back at me, and i'm like, what the heck is going on in his mind!?

    I don't know his name, I don't know what he's studying (probably chemistry), basically I know nothing about him..

    I've been trying to figure out what to say to him, and all I could think of was giving him a note with my phone number HAHA that's so lame.

    Any ideas? What do I do??
    Cute guy, how do I approach you??
    The way you describe this guy, it's like describing me.
    I'm fairly shy, there's this girl in my school where we do the same. I've wasted this whole year not speaking to her. I just don't have the balls I guess? I know she has an interest in me because she talks about me to my friend.

    This dude seems a little like me, so maybe you should say hi first? I know it sounds bad but it makes it a lot easier for him. That's what I'd want anyway.

    If you need any more help or anything you're more than welcome to inbox me.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    OK guys i'm seeing him next Monday and i've come up with this idea:
    I "accidentally" pick a seat next to him and then say "this is not possible, every time I come to the library you're here. How many exams have you got?"

    On a scale from 0 to 10, 0 being "stupid" and 10 being "excellent", how would you grade my idea?
    That's a good idea. Just don't say "this is not possible" maybe ask to borrow a pen or something? Then get ask what you're studying etc.
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    Good idea how did it go?
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    Come on OP, what happened?
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    Just say hello!
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    i'v got a solution...
    step 1. go and sit next to him
    step 2. after a bit ask him if you could borrow a pen because your pen has ran out
    step 3. while he's looking for a pen to give you ask him what he is studying and what it's about
    and there you go you'r finally talking..........
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