Don't know what to talk aboutVisitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
when i first moved to this school i didnt want to go out with anyone yet. And i kept hearing rumors that all this girls liked me and stuff but i really didnt like any of them. But this one girl i really like didnt seem like she liked me but i liked her. im popular and she is too but everytime I get the chance to talk to her alone i cant think of anything to say. I sit by her in lunch period and i dont talk to her much but shes the one thats always talking to me like "kan i please have your spoon i forgot mines" and "does my shirt look ok" "and my pants". She ask questions like these and i dont know wut to think of it, like if shes being juss nice or is she trying to get my attention? lunch and in the hallway is the only tyme i get to see her because we are on completely different periods in class. I dont know what to do to get closer to her.
I've made her laugh alot and make her feel better cuz some boy waz bein mean to her. it still seems like she just wants to be really close friends but i think i kan pick up times when she's being really obvious like she want my attention. like in the luch line i waz bored and minding my own buisness really mad because of something that happened be4, and she waz like "so i dont get a hi"? and i looked up and she waz there askin me casual questions like i waznt even mad at all.
most people see im in a bad mood and leave me alone but she didnt
what should i do im not sure what she's feeling or how to act around her
i really appreciate your help
She likes you.
Now it's your turn to show her that you like her. Like talking with her, for example. If you are having trouble thinking of things to say to a look at our website on that subject:
Good luck! George
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