ok, i've had it. i've read in enough magazines ways to tell if a guy likes you. i need a guy's opinion, not something from a magazine. ok guys, how do you show a girl you like her. i mean, do you tease her, make eye contact, etc. ???? i'm sorry if i sound guy crazy.
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Honestly? It really depends on the guy. Some guys will tell you straight off, some will make a concerted effort to make eye contact with you, or be near you, some will tease you, and some won't do anything at all.
I'm not a guy, but I can tell you that these have all been ways that guys have showed me that they were interested in me.
Ultimatly, it's best to trust your instincts or, at the risk of being presumptuous, just ask him!
First, you may only have one username. Let us know if you're going to be lucylu458 or fools_2 and review the guidelines before continuing to use the boards.
To answer your question, if he won't even admit to liking you a relationship is really out of the question. It's not terribly mature of him, but there's not much you can do about it except focus your time and energy on something more productive than trying to determine if he does in fact like you.
o i'm sorry. fools_2 is my BFF and i was at her house and i as on Scarleteen and i was responding to this thread and i didnt know that it would come up as fools_2 and not lucylu458. i'll remember next time. sorry again.
no prob, but i dont know how to find out from the guy i like if he likes me back. i was told a few times by his friends, but they dont know as much as he does. i know the thing i have to do is talk to him to his face, but i'm scared to. how do i break the ice??
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quote:Originally posted by lucylu458: how do i break the ice??
There are all sorts of ways. Talk about the weather, sports, teachers, homework, TV shows, movies, food, computers, mutual friends, parents, Santa Claus, the Oscars, siblings, politics...anything, really. You always have to break the ice somehow, and talking about something unrelated is a good way to warm up the conversation a bit.
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