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    Ok, so there is this guy. He is so sweet, kind, funny, caring... I REALLY like him. But, i don't know if her likes me. We don't exchange numbers, nobody EVER does, just boyfriend and girlfriends and if you exchange numbers and are oppisite sexes, without being boyfriend and girlfriend, you get mocked within an inch of your life. I think he's a little shy. We talk a litte bit, quite a lot when like we are sitting on the same table as each other. I would say we are sort of maybe friends?

    We tease each other a bit, in a cute friendly sort of way. We get on well together. I'm only in one class of his, so, like, i don't get the chance to talk to him so often. Sometimes, if he is alone, he will say hello in the halls. God, i sound desprate! Anyway, do any of you think there is something there? :love:
    Or are we stuck in the friend zone?
    If we ARE stuck in the friend zone, is there any easy way to get out of it?
    Thanks...
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    Either you're in there, or you're living in a cheesy coming-of-age story where one of you will die and the other will learn to appreciate life by overcoming the hardships, and remembering what the other one always used to say, possibly via orange-tinted flashbacks.
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    No, you are not stuck in the friend zone-- I assure you.
    However, both of you are trapped in the shy medium, whereby unless one initiates the relation will remain the same.

    I suggest following him on Instagram and liking all of his photos if he does it back; that'll give you an indication that he is interested in you.
    Another suggestion for breaking the ice is to message him on any social networking that he is on; ask him about that class, assignment, coursework, or general questions that blossom a conversation.

    Good luck.
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    (Original post by Aghareza)
    No, you are not stuck in the friend zone-- I assure you.
    However, both of you are trapped in the shy medium, whereby unless one initiates the relation will remain the same.

    I suggest following him on Instagram and liking all of his photos if he does it back; that'll give you an indication that he is interested in you.
    Another suggestion for breaking the ice is to message him on any social networking that he is on; ask him about that class, assignment, coursework, or general questions that blossom a conversation.

    Good luck.
    Great ideas! Thanks!
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    [QUOTE=Arkasia;63604059]Either you're in there, or you're living in a cheesy coming-of-age story where one of you will die and the other will learn to appreciate life by overcoming the hardships, and remembering what the other one always used to say, possibly via orange-tinted flashbacks.[/Q

 
 
 
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