Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
There is this guy that I have been interested in for about a month now. We only have one class together. We have talked on AIM a few times. He would IM me first in the beginning, and then I would IM him. Well I haven't been on AIM in 2 weeks, to see if his attitude towards me would change. Well in class a week ago we were painting for a set and he came up to me and said "guess who’s a lurker used my name then added “is a lurker”. Then he asked me how I was doing and we talked for a bit. He also let me hang on to his ring, so he wouldn't get paint on it. Another time we were waiting for the bell to ring and he came up to me and told me to stop being angry, which I wasn't. He also said that everything would be okay. Then he walked away. One last thing he does which is an everyday thing occurs in the halls between classes. I will be walking in front of him and he will poke me, I will turn around and he will look the other way then look at me and ask me how I'm doing. My friend says that whenever we walk past him he looks at me from the corner of his eye. I'm really not sure if any of this means that he likes me. He does talk to other girls and some of his good friends are girls. So this could just be a personality trait of his. What do you think? Advice
It's not obvious whether he especially likes you or if he is a good flirter. It seems more likely that he likes you.

You need to take the lead and let him know you like him. This will help you find out what is going on.

Good luck! George

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