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    There's a guy on my course at uni who I really like but I don't know if he feels the same way or just sees us as friends. We've been for lunch twice. The first time I initiated it, the second he suggested it, although it was a bit awkward at times when there were gaps in conversation. He always comes and talks to me and sometimes catch him looking at me but I don't know if he's just been friendly? I would tell him how I feel but as we're on the same course I don't want to tell him and then it end up being really awkward between us. Any advice?
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    Next time you go on a night out invite him, if he comes spend some time with him and make a move towards the end of the night, if he doesn't reciprocate blame the booze.
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    What rscully said. Alcohol is the solution in situations like these.
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    Well he showed an interest and still does. Awkward silences i would put down to him being a little nervous as i expect anyone would be so thats not really his fault.

    Maybe meet up again this time and do something that you can talk alot get to know one another abit better, then if the time feels right ask him where or how he feels the relationship should go. It dosent have to make it bad between you two if you say this to him. Hopefully it wont come to that though.
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    There can always be gaps in conversation. I really do suck at coming up with topics, i just sit there and listen. Seems to work fine as well.
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    Have an alcohol-fuelled lunch.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    There's a guy on my course at uni who I really like but I don't know if he feels the same way or just sees us as friends. We've been for lunch twice. The first time I initiated it, the second he suggested it, although it was a bit awkward at times when there were gaps in conversation. He always comes and talks to me and sometimes catch him looking at me but I don't know if he's just been friendly? I would tell him how I feel but as we're on the same course I don't want to tell him and then it end up being really awkward between us. Any advice?

    Invite him round to yours, say you just got the latest movie and have nobody decent to watch it with. then snuggle up to him during and if he accepts it, fun ensues.
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    No. The Ladder Theory - look it up.
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    (Original post by Entangled)
    No. The Ladder Theory - look it up.
    I just looked it up. That's really stupid tbh.
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    thanks! yeah i'm gonna give it a go and invite him somewhere again but i'm not gonna see him until sept when we're back at uni!!!!! which is really rubbish!
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    (Original post by Bubbles*de*Milo)
    I just looked it up. That's really stupid tbh.
    It's a good bit of fun though, to be fair.
 
 
 
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