what should i do?Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
i have met this girl in high school and she is 2 yrs younger than me. i'm now in college and she's a senior in high school. at first everything seemed nice when i tried to make friends with her and her friends randomly. however i tried to make friends with her friend to learn more about her, but i think that her friend got the message that i liked her instead of the one i like. after that it got awkward when i tried to call her friend to hang out and bring her (the one i wanted). after a yr i was in the class with the girl i wanted and we hit it off nicely talking about many things, mostly school related. i got her number and she offered it to me once i graduated. she messaged me congrats and i called her a few times after which was short lived. after maybe a few calls she stopped picking up and i haven't talked to her for about 1 yr. when i decided to call her after about 2 yrs since my friend told me to we had a nice conversation. i called back a few days later and we talked about a lot of stuff that it took about 2 hrs. she mentioned about how some guys hit on her and how her friend (the one that thought i liked her) was going out with someone else when i never asked about her at all. she seems to be sad whenever i tell her i'm out having a lot of fun and happy when i'm just home or working. it seemed great but now i call her and she's not picking up again. i don't know what's going on because out last convo was long and happy. what should i do now?
Send her a bouquet of flowers and a note which says "If you would like to chat give me a call at xxx-xxxx. Signed xxxx
Then when you talk to her make sure you let her know you like her and would like to take her out for dinner or something. Otherwise how will she know where you are coming from.
Good luck! George
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