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    I really like someone in my Biology class, and he winks at me sometimes and will always stop to talk to me if we're both alone, but we're in different friendship groups and neither of us really know the other's friends so we don't generally talk much when our friends are there. Basically, should I tell him? I have no experience with this kind of thing and would have no idea what to say! Help?!
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    (Original post by lizz-ie)
    I really like someone in my Biology class, and he winks at me sometimes and will always stop to talk to me if we're both alone, but we're in different friendship groups and neither of us really know the other's friends so we don't generally talk much when our friends are there. Basically, should I tell him? I have no experience with this kind of thing and would have no idea what to say! Help?!

    Yes, just tell him!

    We live in a world where women now want to be equal so why should guys always have to make the first move!?

    But in all seriousness, If you really like him, and he's giving you those kind of signals, tell him.
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    (Original post by LSeeber1)
    Yes, just tell him!

    We live in a world where women now want to be equal so why should guys always have to make the first move!?

    But in all seriousness, If you really like him, and he's giving you those kind of signals, tell him.
    What do I say? What if he doesn't like me (which is probable)? What if he does like me? I've never done anything like this before, help!

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    (Original post by lizz-ie)
    I really like someone in my Biology class, and he winks at me sometimes and will always stop to talk to me if we're both alone, but we're in different friendship groups and neither of us really know the other's friends so we don't generally talk much when our friends are there. Basically, should I tell him? I have no experience with this kind of thing and would have no idea what to say! Help?!
    Hi,

    One feels one should be honest with ones 'feelings' and not dither around, basically, be honest and see where that takes you. 'Rejection' is easier to handle than regret.

    Thanks,

    Tamwar Masood.
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    (Original post by Tamwar Masood)
    Hi,

    One feels one should be honest with ones 'feelings' and not dither around, basically, be honest and see where that takes you. 'Rejection' is easier to handle than regret.

    Thanks,

    Tamwar Masood.
    Do not listen to this baffled post made by the notorious Tamwar Masood. He is known for his intensive trolling and should be dealt with immediately.
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    (Original post by lizz-ie)
    What do I say? What if he doesn't like me (which is probable)? What if he does like me? I've never done anything like this before, help!

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    Be confident. Maybe try 'hinting' that you really like him. I'm not 100% sure how you should approach it I'm afraid. But just go for it, ask him if he wants to go for a coffee of whatever, but just make a move.

    What will be will be.
 
 
 
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