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    A guy that ive got to know really well had been texting me loads recently and he asked me out when we were chatting on saturday night and we've been texting loads since. He even made sure i hadnt changed my mind since then. Then today i get this text saying that he thinks it would be too weird. I don't really know what to think atm. I am kinda disappointed because he's a really nice guy. I'm on the same course as him and we have mutual friends so its not like we can avoid each other.
    Does anyone have any experience of stuff like this happening?
    How would you react towards him in the situation? avoid him? pretend like nothing happened?
    Any advice would be great

    Just be cool, act like it doesn't affect you that much.

    A wild guess would be that because you're both on the same course and have mutual friends, he might feel that it would be a bit odd if you both were to just start going out.

    However a fantastic idea would be to ask him why he thinks it might be 'too weird', as everything you receive here will be based upon speculation.

    1) He's obviously too immature to think before he acts, so think about that seriously before you take anymore interest in him

    2) Find out his reasons for 'it would be too weird' anyway.
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