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    So I met this guy at a uni social back in September and I'm just going to be honest and say I didn't really enjoy talking to him. Also, being socially stupid, I thought he fancied me (honestly the jury's still out) which freaked me out so I kept brushing him off as politely as I could (like I said, not socially intelligent) and eventually he stopped talking to me. He continued inviting me to facebook events but they were all drama society related so I thought nothing of it.

    Skip to 4 months later i.e. Now, he messaged me again out of the blue but I decided to try and learn from my past mistakes and talk. Then he asked me if I wanted to get a drink. Does this mean he's interested in me? Because I wasn't sure so I said I'd see how my scheduele works out (I'd mentioned I was planning to keep myself busy this term, which is actually true) but honestly even if its only as friends, I don't think I'd want to. But I don't want to be horrible. Should I just say no thanks if he asks again? I know I'm being a **** but I just don't know what to do.
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    Oh and sorry if this has been posted twice; my phone glitched. Also anon because I know people on here.
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    Sounds to me like he is interested in you. If you're certain you have no interest in him then you need to politely decline his offer, or if you have mutual friends then you could make it a group outing?
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    Sounds to me like he is interested in you. If you're certain you have no interest in him then you need to politely decline his offer, or if you have mutual friends then you could make it a group outing?
    We don't. I barely know him. We haven't spoken in months.
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    We don't. I barely know him. We haven't spoken in months.
    In which case, I suggest you decline. Make it clear that you're not interested in him, or he will keep trying, especially if he's had feelings for you for all this time!
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    Bump (because I could do with as many perspectives as possible).
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    I think he may like you but he initially wanted to give you a bit of space. Maybe go ahead and just make it clear that your not interested in a relationship, who knows you may become good friends.

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    Bump once more just in the hopes I get a piece of advice that somehow calms me (not to say the previous were bad but more that I'm starting to freak out again).
 
 
 
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