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tbelle
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So. I have a major crush on a guy in one of my classes. But the semester will be over soon and I won't see him ever again. But we will both be back next year at the same school. We've had to work together a few times and I think we get along pretty well. But, we really don't have a lot in common. I always feel like I am too smiley and nice when I'm talking to him--I wonder if he knows that I like him. For a while I thought he liked me back, but I am pretty certain that he doesn't since nothing ever happens.

I am just sad because I think I am pretty but whenever I like a guy they never like me back....it's kind of making me depressed. I mean if he's not attracted to me then I guess there is nothing I can do. But I always caught him making eye contact with me for no good reason in class and then he would look away. And he always smiles when he talks to me. But maybe he just thinks I'm nice? I don't want to make any moves because then I would come off as clingy and strange. Has anyone been through this?

Honestly, I am just really smitten by this guy. I don't even know why. I am very attracted to him. This is very rare for me....not that I'm super "picky" it's just that I don't meet a lot of guys/men that are my "type". So I suppose that's why this is really gnawing at me. It may seem kind of childish and silly....I know.

[ 12-04-2008, 08:41 PM: Message edited by: tbelle ]

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thalover
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im not sure what type of guy he is but im pretty sure he won't think your clingy here just something i found that works just stare at him in class and if he stares back for 3 second and looks away you can mostlikly tell he likes you unless hes one of those gangsta guys that acts all bad and you can tell if you poke him in the stomach and he pokes you back but that only works for me or thats how i react when i like a girl and good luck with that
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-Jill
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Have you tried a more direct approach and asked if he wants to have lunch with you or something along those lines. It's not at all clingy to ask someone on a date and that's far more likely to get you results than staring at him or poking him. (I do not advise poking people you don't know well.)
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