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MysticMoon
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First of all-Scarleteen, you're awesome ^_^ I've been reading through the message boards for a month or so and finally decided to see if any of you have some opinions on what's been happening to me.
I've been interested in this one guy at my school for a little while, and after finding out from a close friend of mine that he was interested in me too, I asked him to Tolo (my school's version of a Sadie Hawkin's Dance--girls ask the guys and such). Well, I went with another couple (the same close friend) and we had a total blast. That was a Friday, and that Monday at school he practically ignored me. It took a full two weeks for him to start acting friendly to me again, and even then things weren't the same. Now, I know he had a good time at Tolo, seeing as he told others he did. The thing I can't really figure out is..was he nervous? Does he not like me anymore? I'm not too sure. I know the best thing would be to talk to him, but I'm on break now and haven't had the chance to see him/call to him.
My main questions to everyone are: a)Is he crazy? (^_^) b) Has this happened to any of you? c)What did YOU do in that situation? or d) Any other advice!
Thanks for listening to me rant!

~MysticMoon


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HotGurl69
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In my personal opinion he is crazy and so are you. How come you didin't ask him to go to the Sadie Hawkins Dance? Soon as you found out that he was interested in you, that was your chance. He wouldn't have rejected you, he was interested in you already. He's crazy because he just ignored you, knowing he was interested in you. By ignoring you it just made things worse. You sound like a nice girl. I had this situation happened to me. I talked to the person and we were together. But anymore.

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Celtic Daisy
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Well...i tried thinking of myself in that situation, but since i don't know you or the person, i really couldn't say what they're feeling.

To me, it sounds like nervousness, but i really don't know for sure.

If i were you, i would just ask him what's up. Don't be shy or nervous about it, because he could very well be wondering the same thing.

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Danny
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I also think like celtic daisy i think its nervousness hes nervous that you did not like him as well as your nervous he did not like you. your both waiting for each other to be the first one to talk

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