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    So, i see and chat to boy's all the time, and at the moment i have a crush
    on one of my friends friend. He's very friendly, to everyone and i don't think he has a girlfriend.

    I really like him, i don't know him that well but he seems the sort of person i would love to date. Anyway, I always hate these situations because it;s like you meet a nice boy but obviously these things are meant to happen naturally and if he liked me i feel like he would tell my friend who would tell me.

    Maybe i should stop looking and wanting to tell people who i like and it will just happen?

    Getting fed up because i'm 19 and never had a boyfriend...

    If your attitude is always 'if they like me they'll tell my friend who will tell me' then no, you won't ever have a boyfriend (or at least a mature one). You need to talk to him yourself and get to know him better, see how things progress. Then if you like him and you think he likes you, ask him and see. How else will you ever know?

    Yeah I agree. Imagine the guy thinks the same thing? Just try, what can happen? Maybe you will be rejected, but even then it's not the end of the world. Sure it hurts but it's still better than not nothing and what ifs imo
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