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    I thought things were developing well between us. She has this male friend that I've spoken to too and it seems like she treats me differently. I feel as if she's more attentive with me, but of course I could be completely wrong.

    She tends to sit next to me too. Like if I'm in the classroom before her, she'll come sit next to me.

    Anyway, this happened once and at one point I touched her knee. She didn't move or seem disgusted/awkward or anything... but I reckon she did realise it.

    Now I've heard that if you touch a girl and even if she doesn't pull away, you're in the friendzone... is that the case do you think?
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    nerves maybe
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    Are you 14? if you are you should focus on getting all A*'s in your GCSE's then focus on whether a girl likes you because you touched her knee and she didn't move away. She probably thought it was unintentional
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    no if a guy touches a girl some girls tend to just ignore it but notice it as they get shy or dont know how to respond, what do you expect her to do, touch your knee back?
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    Yep it's true, touching a girl automatically puts you in the friend zone *sarcasm*.

    There might be a number of reasons why she didn't touch you back. Personally if some guy put his hand on my knee I'd feel awkward and wouldn't touch him back. Doesn't mean I don't like him.
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    I think because you randomly touched her knee she was probably a bit confused. I think you should try flirting before touching because it's more of a normal way to do things :') if a person who never flirted with me just touched my knee I'd be confused
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    (Original post by chikane)
    Are you 14? if you are you should focus on getting all A*'s in your GCSE's then focus on whether a girl likes you because you touched her knee and she didn't move away. She probably thought it was unintentional
    How can touching someone on the knee be "unintentional". I didn't brush up against in accidentally lol, it was clear that it was on purpose.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    How can touching someone on the knee be "unintentional". I didn't brush up against in accidentally lol, it was clear that it was on purpose.
    Maybe she thinks that i can't read her thoughts. Just ask her out.
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    ugggghhh I hate it when guys do this

    particularly when they don't acknowledge the fact (does that make sense) that they are doing it

    INTERNAL MONOLOGUE: like wow you think you are being real sly there let's all just ignore it even though we all know what is happening like man what whatytttttttt .....maybe if I ignore it it will go away??? HLP maybe he doesn't realise wtf is happening lmao faaacckkk this is awks k k k k k k k

    not sure if there was a point to this, wondering if others might relate :rofl:
 
 
 
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