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Does he like me or do I weird him out? watch

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    I like this guy and I haven't ever spoken to him but today my friend asked him a general question when I was next to her and he looked right at her and sort of avoided looking at me.
    Wow this sounds petty now I've written it out but I feel like maybe I creep him out, but is nervousness a sign of having a crush? When I talk to this other guy (just a friend) he begins to look over and I used to catch him looking at me all the time.

    This is my imaginative and brilliant piece of advice that I am sure you've never heard before. Ready?

    Talk to him.

    Why the **** is it going to creep him out? it's a normal part of human life to talk to members of the opposite sex.
    • Very Important Poster

    Very Important Poster
    Listen to RainbowMan.

    You won't know until you speak to him and no one on TSR can tell if he likes you (unless he's using TSR)
    • Political Ambassador

    Political Ambassador
    Get to know this guy better. Saying "I like him but I haven't ever spoken to him..." doesn't sound right, I mean you should at least try. What's the point in liking someone if you don't ever try to talk to them? How do you even know you actually like them if you don't do that?

    You have a voice, use it. Stop just wondering "oh he's looking at me, what does that mean?????"
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