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    i like this girl, but everytime we cross paths, we NEVER speak, rather just say 'hi'. I'm not sure whether she like me, but what do you this reluctance/shyness to have a conversation means?
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    It means you both have crap social skills or are both shy
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    From what you say, it seems as though you're shy. She could be as well, especially if she's noticed that you like her. It's hard for us to tell.
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    Shy people get on my nerves :p:
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    One of three things:

    1. She likes you, or noticed that you like her.
    2. Your people skills need to be worked on.
    3. She is not interested in you as a person, or thinks you have nothing in common.
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    one of you has to go for it or when your 76 you'll be thinking what if?
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    (Original post by MrBigShoes)
    one of you has to go for it or when your 76 you'll be thinking what if?
    I think that every day and I'm not even 76.
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    Your both shy and won't become friends because none of you bother to talk to each other.
    OP Why don't you just talk to this shy girl, your going to regret it if you don't. And since she's shy it's not like she's going to be horrible to you. Is she that intimidating or something?
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    (Original post by MrBigShoes)
    one of you has to go for it or when your 76 you'll be thinking what if?
    not really. if i dont end up with her, i'll have someone long before im 76.
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    (Original post by Indieboohoo)
    Your both shy and won't become friends because none of you bother to talk to each other.
    OP Why don't you just talk to this shy girl, your going to regret it if you don't. And since she's shy it's not like she's going to be horrible to you. Is she that intimidating or something?
    like the other day, she was on her own, and she knew i was there. yet, we didn't even look at each other. sowmtimes i think our 'hi' to each other are not genuine. y'day, when she came into class, she didn't even look at me.
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    Trust me, i've been in a similar situation, well I had a girl in my seminar who was shy, i was shy aswell, but I actually after the first month of thinking should I say something decided what the hell and went for it. Sat next to her said hi, and the conversation just flowed.

    Now we are friends, don't see each other alot, e.g. we aren't very close mates, so dating is still a possibility, i have her number, facebook, msn. She even asked me if I was single in a text once!

    Just showing you what can happen, if you just get a little bit of balls and just go over man and say hi.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Trust me, i've been in a similar situation, well I had a girl in my seminar who was shy, i was shy aswell, but I actually after the first month of thinking should I say something decided what the hell and went for it. Sat next to her said hi, and the conversation just flowed.

    Now we are friends, don't see each other alot, e.g. we aren't very close mates, so dating is still a possibility, i have her number, facebook, msn. She even asked me if I was single in a text once!

    Just showing you what can happen, if you just get a little bit of balls and just go over man and say hi.
    we have spoken, but when we next see eeach other, there's never any conversation.
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    like the other day, she was on her own, and she knew i was there. yet, we didn't even look at each other. sowmtimes i think our 'hi' to each other are not genuine. y'day, when she came into class, she didn't even look at me.
    If she looked at you all the time she would think that you thought she was a stalker watching you all the time. She doesn't want to come across as clingy.
    Why didn't you take the opportunity to talk to her when you saw her alone? :rolleyes:
    Why don't you think the "hi" was genuine?:confused: She wouldn't say "hi" if she didn't like you, she would blank you.
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    (Original post by Indieboohoo)
    If she looked at you all the time she would think that you thought she was a stalker watching you all the time. She doesn't want to come across as clingy.
    Why didn't you take the opportunity to talk to her when you saw her alone? :rolleyes:
    Why don't you think the "hi" was genuine?:confused: She wouldn't say "hi" if she didn't like you, she would blank you.
    I dunno why i think its not genuine. Maybe its cos we just say 'hi' and walk-on.

    i don't think she would blank me even if she didn't like me.
 
 
 
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