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    She was shown me signs of flirting- ie. smiling, staring, laughing, touching etc so i told her i like her, she said she has a bf and she is not sure if she likes me more than friends, a few months has passed but she still stares at me, and touches me, initiates convo etc. Recently i have noticed her staring at my lips ? and she was asking me questions like, where you going, what time you finish work, am i going on work nights out etc, then when i didnt go she asked me why i didnt go on the work night out.Should I ever tell her i like her again? Or should I just leave it and wait for her to tell me?
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    Leave it be.
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    She already knows and happens to have a bf, I would leave it.
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    Leave it alone, brah
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    (Original post by Brutum Fulmen)
    Leave it be.
    Speaking words of wisdom, leave it be!
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    (Original post by Katarvi)
    She already knows and happens to have a bf, I would leave it.
    My only question is what if she never makes a move and she dont have a bf anymore? like a lot of girls will never make a move, maybe she wants me to as her again so she can say yeah this time?
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    (Original post by Blondie987)
    Speaking words of wisdom, leave it be!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9VoRAZdc85I
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    (Original post by mattyhewson12)
    My only question is what if she never makes a move and she dont have a bf anymore? like a lot of girls will never make a move, maybe she wants me to as her again so she can say yeah this time?
    She already knows you like her though so she would just make a move if she wanted to and happened to be single? Idk, makes sense to me. Why not ask her/her friends if she's still got a bf? You run the risk of looking like a desperate fool if you tell her again, if I'm honest.
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    (Original post by Katarvi)
    She already knows you like her though so she would just make a move if she wanted to and happened to be single? Idk, makes sense to me. Why not ask her/her friends if she's still got a bf? You run the risk of looking like a desperate fool if you tell her again, if I'm honest.
    A few months has passes, she might be wondering if i still like her because i stopped giving her so much attention and tried to move on, even then aint girls afraid of rejection? so she might not make a move cause she feels the guy should or i might reject her?
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    (Original post by mattyhewson12)
    A few months has passes, she might be wondering if i still like her because i stopped giving her so much attention and tried to move on, even then aint girls afraid of rejection? so she might not make a move cause she feels the guy should or i might reject her?
    It's all really irrelevant if she still has a boyfriend. She knows you like her so I doubt she would fear rejection if she liked you. You're letting your own hopes for the situation cloud your view.
 
 
 
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