Just saw a really cute guy

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    I live in an apartment complex and went to the concierge to pick up a package after I'd been to the gym. I was in my gym gear & noticed a cute guy walk in and he checked me out then went off somewhere. He came back in a few minutes later also to collect a package whilst mine was still being looked for. Mine came so I walked out of the building back to my apartment, then as I was leaving my apartment building he was walking in. I held open the door for him, he thanked me and I said it was OK. He is so cute. I know what flat number he is in as I overheard him telling the man at reception.Should I have made convo when I saw him the second time? I really want to see him again What to doooo
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I live in an apartment complex and went to the concierge to pick up a package after I'd been to the gym. I was in my gym gear & noticed a cute guy walk in and he checked me out then went off somewhere. He came back in a few minutes later also to collect a package whilst mine was still being looked for. Mine came so I walked out of the building back to my apartment, then as I was leaving my apartment building he was walking in. I held open the door for him, he thanked me and I said it was OK. He is so cute. I know what flat number he is in as I overheard him telling the man at reception.Should I have made convo when I saw him the second time? I really want to see him again What to doooo
    Go to his flat, tell him you wanna go out for a cheeky nandos and see what he says. Sorted.
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    Well as you live in the same complex you have a very high chance of seeing him again. Or you could ask someone who works there to pass on a massage or something to him when they next see him. That's probably what Id do anyway.
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    Are you trying to be a PITA right now or do you not know how to use an internet forum? Not sure if you're being serious now with all this reposting.

    You have 2 active threads with the same title. I gave you a reply. Just wait on those threads...

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4369524
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4369524
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    (Original post by allofthestars)
    Go to his flat, tell him you wanna go out for a cheeky nandos and see what he says. Sorted.
    (Original post by AeYeon)
    Well as you live in the same complex you have a very high chance of seeing him again. Or you could ask someone who works there to pass on a massage or something to him when they next see him. That's probably what Id do anyway.
    Wouldn't this be creepy? I don't know if he is single/ know anything about him yet... (which is worrying considering I can't stop thinking about him)
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Wouldn't this be creepy? I don't know if he is single/ know anything about him yet... (which is worrying considering I can't stop thinking about him)
    Nar honestly itll be fine. Just say you saw him in the gym earlier and you were wondering if you wanted to grab a coffee or something. The least he can do is say no. But then at least you know. Just try it. You have nothing to lose. He`ll probs be quite flattered
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    (Original post by AeYeon)
    you could ask someone who works there to pass on a massage
    I'd be seriously creeped out if a guy behind the counter said to me "Hey mate, that girl that was here earlier asked me to give you a massage on her behalf. Come round the back and pop your clothes off."
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Wouldn't this be creepy? I don't know if he is single/ know anything about him yet... (which is worrying considering I can't stop thinking about him)
    Doesn't have to be anything romantic, there again social cues go straight over my head haha. If you ever see him in the lobby (Or anywhere else xD) strike up a conversation, thats probably the most 'normal' way of doing things but it could involve a lot of waiting for the situation to set itself up.. As for not being able to stop thinking about him, I can't really help, sorry.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Wouldn't this be creepy? I don't know if he is single/ know anything about him yet... (which is worrying considering I can't stop thinking about him)
    I'd personally find it very creepy. Then again, I'm not one of the many desperate virgins that frequent TSR so I'd be inclined to think "...she actually listened for my address and then came to my house??? Desperate or what..." rather than "OMG a girl actually spoke to me!!!! It's not creepy, it makes me feel loved..." :rofl:
 
 
 
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