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    There's this girl in my school and I think she might be interested in me but im too shy and socially awkward.

    Recently I've began noticing that she occasionally takes a look at me in business class ( I sit opposite from her ), I know she does because all her friends sit with her and she has no other reason to look at my direction, this went on for a week or so.

    Anyway I noticed something really strange. Today was our first day at the year 11 mocks and everything was going well until my last exam which was ICT. As I went to settle down at my allocated seat I suddenly realized that the mysterious girl sat next to me on my left!

    With 50 minutes left. I realized that we were both finished with the papers. And there we were quiet and waiting. I sat down patiently eager not to look at her and instead kept a straight face with my arms crossed. In the corner of my eye I sat there watching her fiddle with her hair and pretending to be bored , looking around trying to get a glimpse of me.

    Am I being paranoid or Do you guys think she likes me?


    She seems mediocrely popular both in school and BBM
    I hang around quietly with my popular-ish friends
    Im not that good with girls or even conversations

    She just looked at you, and now you think she likes you? Strong beta

    Why don't you ask her?

    Yes she likes you, go for it...
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