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    A girl I am interested in just described me as 'nonchalant, perhaps too much so. Just in the way you are'.

    I didn't show a lot of interest in her to begin with, despite her doing so, so perhaps this is what she is referring to. But if she means it generally is this a negative? Am I being too unenthusiastic? We chat about deep stuff a fair deal, and I now show a lot of interest but I worry sometimes that because I have a very dry sense of humour and am quite shy (although this generally comes across as simply being reserved and possibly boring?
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    She's saying you are very calm. She's being pretentious, tell her I don't like the word so I'm not rooting for her.
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    she's saying you don't give a ****.
 
 
 
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