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    Ok so I'm sure most of us at one point have had that one person who we've always flirted with but never had a desire to date, then! It happens, you actually get feelings for that person! Well that's happened to me. Generally I'm a very shy girl mainly because of personally issues but for some reason I'm super relaxed around him and at first I used to just joke around, like I think the first thing I might have said to him was on DofE when I had recently moved to this new school was "he has a really nice butt" and everyone there just started joining in for some fun, he thought it was great :P He is one of the shy geeky boys but when he is comfortable around you he's hillarious! I've really gained feelings for him now but because we still do the whole "flanter" thing (flirty banter, I hate the word banter, and well flanter it'll have to do) he must just think I'm joking still but I'm seriously falling for him, before anyone asks am I like 12 no. I am 16, so basically 12 but hormones are crazy. Anyone got any advice on how to change things? It's great like this but.. You know. Feel free to share you're experiences!!

    Flirting generally incorporates banter, so the term "flanter" seems incredibly pointless to me.

    Um, just try and see him outside of school?
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