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antonio99
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Recently, I have been working out in the weight room and just doing my own work in college including some homework and classwork but these days I see a lot of girls looking at me and smiling back. Some keep on glancing at me and then looking away and then doing it again and again.

I think some are interested but I don't understand why they don't come up to talk to me ?

Is it like approaching a stranger you don't know but are attracted to ?

And would MOST of you agree that if you find someone you like physically ( facial and body ), does that make you feel shy to talk to him ?
I mean, how would you react ?

curious,

antonio99


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BlinkN*boys182
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I know if I myself find someone attrective phycailly, i am VERY shy about talking to them. but if it is someones personallity i am atrected too, then i am not shy at all i will tell them strait in the eye and tell them i think they are hott. well thats just me, i hope i could help
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Lynne
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They might be shy anyway. They might be shy because they're attracted to you. They might be looking for you at reasons other than being attracted to you. They might think it's weird to strike up conversations with complete strangers.

Why don't you make the first move and say hi to them when you catch them looking?

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I don't get shy, I just smile when someone catches my eye. They usually give a friendly smile back. Besides, just because I find someone attractive, it doesn't mean I want to pursue a relationship. Next time, give them a smile or say hello.

BTW, haven't you made posts similar to this one, antonio?

Is she trying to check me out ?
Is it true that women ....?
When a woman sees a hot guy...

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[This message has been edited by SlowCookie (edited 05-02-2001).]


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antonio99
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thanks everyone.

and yeah I think I made posts similar to this one but whether they're shy or not, I completely don't know so that's why I ask.

abby and lynn.. thansk for your input too. I'll keep in mind whether the girls are shy or not. However, I have sparked conversations with them and it turned out rather well. Though, I could tell we all were shy.

antonio99


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