I got a number from a guy and it doesn't work, what should I do I'm head over heels for him?
I got this number from a sweet guy a month ago after we danced all night which he doesn't even like ro dance. I felt so different around him than any guy I ever crushed on let alone dated. I was busy with job searching since then I have been searching for a job. When I finally had time to call him I noticed that the number didn't work. I forgot to give me my contact information unfortunately. I know where he normally hangs out thanks to grace who introduced me to him. I don't know what to do at this point though. what should I do confront him? ignore him? explain to him?
I hate to say this, but maybe he did it on purpose because he was being cowardly and thought he was being "nice". I know many girls who do this because they enjoy the attention but when the guy makes his move they wuss out and give a fake number.
As weird as this sounds, if things are meant to work out, the world will find a way to have you two run into each other again.
It is possible he did this on purpose...
However, what do you have to lose by asking? At least then you'll know, and you won't be bugged forever wondering what if
You sound like you really like this guy, but you didn't try to call him when he first gave you the number, and I think that says something... Now that you've decided to call him there's something wrong with the number and it might be that he just change his mobile phone or something, anyway, you won't know until you talk to him about it. Just keep the conversation light-hearted because he may have given you a wrong number if he wasn't interested. In any case, don't let him give you his number again, give him yours and let him contact you if he's interested.
What about saying Hi to him and take it from there.
If he brings the whole numbers thing up. Explain what happened and then exchange details casually.
Just be your charming flirty self. If he's interested he will make the move. If he doesn't he isn't a man.
So just show up. Be cute. Be responsive to him. Show your interested without verbally saying it (not at first anyways).
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