Should I talk to him ?

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  1. profile image52
    Jazzy Torresposted 4 years ago

    Should I talk to him ?

    there's this guy I like Soo much I saw him in the beginning of school. Then you know I started seeing him everywhere! & I mean everywhere. My uncle is a bus driver so I started going on his bus, then I noticed the guy I liked was on my uncles bus! Eventually I stop going so he wouldn't think I was stalking himThen one day I noticed him on my bus I found out later that he had moved near me So ironic huh? Anyways I saw him at the store a couple of times, long story short I feel like he thinks I'm stalking him but I'm not I really wanna talk to him Oh btw his not the type of guy to talk to girls

  2. dashingscorpio profile image87
    dashingscorpioposted 4 years ago

    If a guy likes a girl he will talk to her.
    Having said that the next time you see him you can introduce yourself by first name and say something along the lines: "Hi I'm Jazzy. Awhile back I (thought) I saw you on a bus that my uncle drives. Did you move in the area recently?"
    If he responds with just a simple yes or no and looks away then odds are he is not interested in you. If he tells you his name or elaborates on why he was on that bus or tells you that he did indeed move with a smile on his face or in the tone of his voice it's a sign that he is glad you broke the ice.
    At any rate from then on whenever you bump into one another your can casually greet each other by name and from time to time chit chat about some upcoming school activity and then move on. Again if he's "half way interested in you" he will initiate conversations now that you have introduced yourself to him and welcomed him to the new neighborhood. The best way to avoid appearing to be a stalker is for you to treat him like he was just anyone else. In fact it wouldn't hurt for you to seem too busy to talk long or be seen talking with other guys or hanging out friends.
    Last but not least you have to be prepared to accept the fact sometimes people you have crushes on will not be attracted to you. He may already have a girlfriend or he is gay. That's just life!
    Nevertheless one is better off (knowing) where they stand  than to be left wondering "what if?"

  3. Bubblegum Jones profile image62
    Bubblegum Jonesposted 4 years ago

    Sure, why not. You really don't have anything to lose & maybe something to gain!

  4. lupine profile image72
    lupineposted 4 years ago

    Just be casual and talk to him. You won't know if you really like him, like you say, unless you get to know him a little. It could go either can be more sure you like him, or you may not like him at all, depending on your conversation. Looks aren't everything.


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