How does he feel?
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
I'm a sophomore in High Schol
and i've liked this guy since my freshman year
This is a long story...so i'll start from the beginning
My freshman year in High School, these group of guys started saying hi to my best-friends and i. We didnt know who tehy were, but everytime they would would past us in the hallway, they'll always say hi. So basically, i said hi back. But my friend didnt.
Then after a while, they stopped.
My brother is really known throughout the school, and none of his friends want to hook up with us because they feel uncomfortable, since they're friends w/my brother.
So i started talking to one of those guys on Aim and things were going well and he was friendly
i'll go by him as Crush
Then towards teh end of the year, i grew feelings towards him. And im the type of person that just does things and see what happens, i try not to hold back. So i told him i liked him....
He never responded to it, i just stayed on aim for a while longer, then i logged off.
then the next day, i saw him in the hallway, and like he was staring at me, i tried to pretend i didnt see.
then the days after that, the same things happened.
I was good friends w/one of his bffz and like after the incident, he sort of kept his distance from me. like he wouldnt talk to me as much.'
Then the year ended.
Well he's a senior now, in High School. and i talked to him twice on aim...we never brought up that subject. but when i talked to him...he kept saying,
"yeah man" "yeah buddy" "haha"
Well, we're now friends on MySpace.
so...we dont ignore each other.
But then i was a party and he was there too and so was my brother, and the other guys that said hi to us my freshman year.
and at the party. he kept standing behind me and talking really loud. i just ignored it
Then i started playing pool with two of my good friends, he was sitting on the couch.
then he comes over and starts tickling one of my friends, the one playing pool with me
(the other was watching and getting a snack)
so i ignored that too. mainly because, i wasnt sure what to do.
then, the host of the party had these cakes in a bag. and there were like two in the bag...Crush wanted it, so he took one...there was another one left.
the shape of the rooom was in a circular way...
so Crush has a cake left and he goes around the room and ask if anyone wants it...But he skips me.
so he didnt ask me, he just ignored me.
the party is over. and like he took off his jacket and shoes at the beginning of it.
then when its time to leave, he goes up the stairs, "forgetting them"
His jacket and shoes were facing me...cause i was on the opposite couch.
So he comes back downstairs and laughs and says he forgot to put on his jacket and shoes.
so he sits down on that couch. and puts them on in front of me. ( im still at the party. im not leaving yet)
Then yesterday, we had our winter dance.
and he wasnt there, and at the beginning of it, when i would dance with my friends, he was somehow always near me.
And one time, i was dancing with my friend, and i had my back to these two freshmen girls...next thing i know, i feel someone's back touching mine. and i turn around, and its Crush...dancing with the freshman girl behind me.
i danced through the rest of the song...then went ouside afterwards.
another time, i was dancing with my other friends, and i spotted him on the other side of the room. Then minutes later, he's dancing next to me.every once in a while. i catch him looking at me.
i took quizzes before to see if he liked me.
some say he might, some say he might not.
that i need to ask him whether or not he does. so i can move on.
now, i just need you guyz advice...i dont think i want to focus on him if he's not worth it.
My advice is to stop dilly-dallying with this guy.
You've already spent enough time wondering about him. He may like you but he might not.
Ask him to hang out or go out with you and see what happens.
You'd be better off knowing one way or the other.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com