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Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
hey...

So There is this guy that I have had a crush on for a while and I finally got the courage to talk to him the other day. Me and my Mother went shopping at the place he works..Its like a family business so it's not a large place. Anyway my mom had to get him to help us with something and usually when we go there he is rude but this time he was really nice. I thought it kinda funny that he was in their outside office and then came out when he saw me and started watering stuff that already looked wet. So after he gets done helping us I say "So how is your senior year going Norman?" (not his real name) and he says "Ah it's going good I guess", kinda shyly and than I said "Well that's good". Two days later I saw him in school and said "Hey Norman" and he gave a little wave and his hand was down by his side. It was barely noticible. I only see him on day ones before the warning bell, thats it. It is my only oppurtunity to make contact with him. So my question is doses he seem even a little interested in me.or is he just being nice and what can I do to get closer to him? There isnt really enough time to walk past him and drop my pencil to see if he picks it up...I have read all of your flirting advice...Anyway sorry this was so long...Thanks for your help

Tif




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Keep saying hi to him in the hallway so you stay in his mind.

Write out your phone number, email, and other internet addresses. Write on the note "Give me a call sometime?" Then give it to him the next time you see him in the hall... even if he is walking with someone.

He will probably be delighted and call you right up.

Good luck! George

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