I dont know whats going on!

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Ok, I met this one girl at my driving school (K*)and she was flirting with me alot, as I was with her too. After a week or two, we became really good friends, and i asked her to go to the movies with me, but she said no because she already has a boyfriend ( I found out the next day that they had been going out for over a year and a half). The next day at driving school, was kinda awkward at first because she knew I liked her, which kinda changed our friendship a little bit. And as usual, I was walking home from driving school after it was over when she asked me for a ride home, I of course, said yes. And as I got out of the car I thanked her and her mom for the ride and said bye to her, and smiled. And she said bye to me, and then said my name, which is weird because we usually just causally say "hey!" and stuff like that to eachother. So, I dont get it, she was flirting with me and would gett close to me when we'd walk around after driving school. Yet she has a boyfriend, and then the next day, gives me a ride home( which hasn't ever happened before ), then she smiles, says bye and then my name. Does she like me or what? Im kinda lost here, please help!

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Just because she has a boyfriend doesn't mean she won't flirt with you.

Enjoy the companionship and friendship. Who knows, it may lead to something more permanent.

Good luck! George

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