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    So me and my colleague flirt quite a bit. (He is a charming kind of guy anyway) but a week ago he asked if i wanted to do something with him before i go back to uni. He asked me if i wanted to drive or if he should pick me up. I didnt think much of it. (Is this a date btw or just friends?)
    Today though he was just acting weird and distant from me. (He said we would walk together at the end of the day, but he left with out me...so i dont think he likes me) ..but he asked for my number today and we decided he would pick me up (in the morning)....but at the end of the day he changed his mind and said if i could meet him there. Shall i take this personally or like a sign that he isnt that interested anymore? Or should i offer to pick him up? I dont know why he is sendong mixed signals. Or am i just overthinking?
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    So me and my colleague flirt quite a bit. (He is a charming kind of guy anyway) but a week ago he asked if i wanted to do something with him before i go back to uni. He asked me if i wanted to drive or if he should pick me up. I didnt think much of it. (Is this a date btw or just friends?)
    Today though he was just acting weird and distant from me. (He said we would walk together at the end of the day, but he left with out me...so i dont think he likes me) ..but he asked for my number today and we decided he would pick me up (in the morning)....but at the end of the day he changed his mind and said if i could meet him there. Shall i take this personally or like a sign that he isnt that interested anymore? Or should i offer to pick him up? I dont know why he is sendong mixed signals. Or am i just overthinking?
    Thank you.
    I assumed you said to doing something, not sure why he keeps changing the plans, maybe he is confused.
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    Typical guy playing with your emotions. You're thinking about him more than you would if it all went smoothly.

    The lad knows his game well.
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    Don't offer to pick him up, he's changed his mind on multiple occasions without a reason and you're still willing to do stuff for him? No, you take a step back and act non chalantely towards him, don't go chasing after him. Make him realise if he wants to do something with you he needs to be mature and follow his actions through
 
 
 
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