and i will repeat what i was saying too.
if A is too shy to talk to B
and B is too shy to talk to A.
A and B havent met properly before. B doesnt speak the language too well.they are of different age groups. this means conversation will dry up.
the scene begins in a quiet secluded corner of Starbucks. A is dressed nicely, in a shirt and smart jeans. he smells of fresh aftershave. B has bought a dress specially for the occasion. they aproach the till, walking stiffly,shyly avoidiing eye contact or touching.
a: hi how u doing today?
a: ok i'll have a latte and whatever the lady is having
*sits down at table*
a:so how is school
*sips drink in unison
a:do you come here often
*glance around at other people, long pause
*drinking speeds up*
a:going anywhere nice in the summer
*drains last of the drink*
a: ok i'dll see you at school
b:we should do this again sometime
*I THINK NOT!!*
go for it, DEFINITELY or you'll regret it. trust me, i know!
ye a i thihnk this girl should do somthing i loved a guy at sch for 7 yrs and we wer both shy. if i hav not meet anyone els i owuld still ov him
for the person who neg repped me for my bad english spelling i have abnormally big fingers. i claim disability discrimination.
I was thinking about asking him for some help with german, and then talking round to- what are you doing at the weekend? etc etc
Ok then! Back on topic. Just make some random friendly comment when you see him like 'could i borrow a pen' or 'I can't believe how cold it is!' (Probs 2nd one better cos you can start a convo). Smile a lot. When he replies, if he says as little as poss such as 'uhuh' and moves away, check his body language, speech and expression to see whether it is shyness or non-interest. If it's the shyness try to keep the convo going, or try get him talking another day. Over all be friendly without being scary.