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    So there's this guy at school that is really cute.I've seen him several times at school, I've been looking at him,I just find him attractive and would like to get to know him better and of course if something could happen between us that would be great haha.So I added him on facebook and talked to him, I said that I thought he was cute and then he said that it was nice and he pursued the conversation by asking me a lot of questions.Anyway, the point is that if you say to a guy that you added him cause you find him cute,is it clear that you're interested? Cause some of my friends think that i'ts not clear and that the guy might think I could have said that just like this, but I don't know how I could have been more clear xD.
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    I would have said that was too clear, he's probably thinking "****"
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    'Cute' could mean friends I suppose, but you don't want to look desperate, just keep chatting and see how it goes, good luck
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    Yeah, that's definitely clear enough. I don't know what more you could have said without freaking him out!
 
 
 
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