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Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
I met this really good looking guy. We connected from the minute we met...atleast I think we did. We spent the whole day near each other(Group of people).But I kept dropping things and he picked them up for me. When we were all having lunch, We sat across from each other, and we got to talking, he invited me to go with him with his friends to a corner store and we went. One of his friends asked me if I had a boyfriend, and when I responded with a no, his friend whispered something into his ear (?)

Well we ended up exchanging numbers he called me as soon as I got home but unfortunately I wasn't home to pick it up. But I called him the very next day and we spoke for hours, and the he asked me out!

We went out on Saturday, it started of a little off because I was late (stupid me)and he had thought I wasn't coming, but we saw the movie together and had lunch, we laughed and talked, but he hardly ate a thing! I followed his lead and hardly touched my food.
Now I don't know if I should wait for his phone call or call him myself.
I have no idea what to do, I keep thinking maybe he doesn't want to talk to me, because he wont call me.

I appreciate it. Thank You.

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He should have called you and maybe he has by now.

If he doesn't call and you want to contact him give him a call and thank him for the date and if he reacts pleasantly say you would like to go out again sometime.

Good luck! George

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