how do you get a guy that always talked to you first to talk to you again
It's a two-way street. Maybe mention an earlier conversation you had and try to build off it.
Yes, I agree with Phoebe Pike, just remember what you first did and how you acted around him and he will talk to you again. But if he always talked to you, did you get in a fight with him is that why he's not talking anymore?
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