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How to Get to Know Your Crush

Updated on October 29, 2017

You may encounter a person who you wish to know more about. It may be the classmate who is the most popular one, in school, or a singer. Here are a couple tips to get to know your crush.

1 Ask about your crush's interests.

Ask about his/ her hobbies, wishes, life goals. These are precise ways to get well acquainted with a person.

there are two possibilities. You like what your crush likes, or not.

Whichever it is, don't lie about your interests. That will make you seem like a dishonest, and even desperate, liar. Be honest about your hobbies. If you happen to have hobbies in common which you share, congratulations! You have a better chance of building a close friendship! don't come on too strong; you'll freak your crush out!

If You Like Opposite Things,

You can still talk about the reasons in a cordial matter, if the topic is not as divisive as politics or religion. These two can ruin relationships.

2. Ask where your crush is from.

Where a person is from reveals a lot about a person's upbringing, and it's common sense to at least know where your crush is from. Knowing your crush's basic information is crucial to asking him/her out in the future.

3. You still have to discuss school/work from time to time

If you like the same singer, you can casually offer to bring your crush to the singer's concert. If you have schoolwork, figure out ways to do it with your crush. Find something only the two of you can accomplish. If you compliment your crush too frequently (more than 5 times a day), it may be perceived as harassment.

Casually Wait for a Big Event,

While you're doing so, casually compliment your crush one to four times a day. Carefully observe crush's reaction. The optimal reaction is a smile or laugh and a thank you.

When the event you look forward to arrives, hopefully you have the courage to ask your crush out, and bring your crush.

Have you asked what your crush likes?

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If your crush chooses to talk to you, your crush may like you. 50%?

Do you and your crush share at least one common interest?

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© 2017 Arnold Kuo


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