how to play it cool when I see him with her?

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There's this guy I have a thing for. we talk on the phone some nights for hours and I have a class with him but we don't talk in class or school much because he's always rushing to his other classes.We have been talking for like 2 weeks so im just playing it cool and going with the flow. Well there is this one girl that he often walks with in school and when he's walking with her he will act like he doesn't see me which makes me suspicious! I mean true enough were just friends right now but I still get jealous when I see them walking together. Should I ask him who she is or just act like I haven't noticed? Or that I don't care? Me and him just went out this past weekend and had a great time. The whole time i played it cool and he kept telling me im different and that it was a good thing. I guess he's used to girls that are all over him bc his parents are extremely rich!!! But how should I act about that situation with the other girl? Advice
I got your second part of the question and will answer it here.

You said he told you he isn't dating her but he still ignores you when he is with her. I think the reason he does that is because he feels uncomfortable trying to deal with both of you at the same time.

You are doing the right thing by ignoring the other girl. At most, you could give him a discreet wave which does not require him to wave back.

Keep up the time you spend with him--it sounds like you are a match.

Good luck! George

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