is he intrested
K theres this guy here that I was sure I wasnt intrested until one day when he tried to talke to...me and I froze like a teenager. Apoligized asked him if he wanted to chill and grab a drink. He said no for drink but im down to chill. Does this mean hes intrested or feels bad.
If he refused a drink, do you think he could be an alcoholic or recovering alcoholic?
If he wants to "chill", that would indicate intrest to me.
If he wants to chill then most likely he IS interested....At least enough to want to get to know you and see how it goes. There are many reasons for not drinking. He could be religious, or a recovering alcoholic, or he could have a family member who was an alcoholic, or he could be one meds that conflict with alcohol or (and I know this is hard to believe) he might just not be into drinking. Also, some people are actually allergic to alcohol.
Hang out with him and see how it goes.
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