Those little things
Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
Hi! This year i have met a boy which i find sweet and very kind. He is a year below me. He pleasently teases me by playing peek-a-boo and mimiking a cute voice to me. My friends catch him staring and when is caught on the spot, he quickly turns away. I have had quite a few troubles with his friends, and for some embarassing story they picked on me a lot. But he never went along with their game, he smiled at me if they were mean. Once at lunch, they had nothing better to do than to bug me, he smiled at me if his friend was mean, and laughed at his friend, if i came up with something to say. He remained alone and did not leave with his friends and when he finally left, he came back a few minutes later and told me how great i had been. We went to the ice skating ring and he spent most of his time racing me and one of my friends said he tried to impress me. He invited me to his party and gave an invitation to my friend. And they argued about who would give me mine, but he insisted to give it to me himself. We also had a dance but he did not ask me to dance. I do not consider him very shy so i was diasapointed. But he did see me dance with this boy and he stared at me with a blank look, showing no expression. He is rather confusing but seems to care about how i feel. When i feel off my chair, it was rather funny i have to admit, he was the one to say: "No one asked if she was ok!" He grabbed my bra strap the other day in a playful way.
Is all this plain flirting to get attention?
I want to be able to hang out with him more, but how can i do so in a casual way?
A lot of girls like him, so he shouldent be so shy.
Thank you for your help!
Oh, it's easy to be shy even though a lot of girls like him.
But he doesn't seem to shy anyway. He is definitely flirting with you and popping your bra strap is just one sign.
Just ask him if he wants to hang out and see what develops. Or ask him out. You'll never know until you try.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com