i'm hoping she wants me too.
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
so in my junior year of high school, i began to date this one girl. the relationship lasted just shy of 7 months and she was the one who broke it off. i got depressed and whatever. that was about 2 years ago. we never had awkwardness or anything, the friendship remained perfectly intact.
now we are both freshmen in college. i see her a lot. we have classes together. lately we have been talking more and more. we talk on Facebook, in person, IM, and other places. she keeps bugging me to get texting so i can text her as well.
her actions seem flirtatious and i believe she likes me back, but i have had such bad luck lately that i do not want to jump the gun and act hastily. she has me give her piggy back rides, she drapes her legs over mine, she is constantly hitting me and calling them "love taps." she keeps telling me she loves me and saying how she knows me better then i think she does. she wont let me do anything that could get me injured. when we hug, she rubs my back.
yesterday we went to her apartment instead of going to class. she made me pancakes, we played video games, we went swimming, and we watched tv together sitting very close.
i think these feelings of mine have been swelling up inside and i have been ignoring them for a while now. but last night as she was falling asleep watching tv i realized that i do want her back. so i ask you, what do you think? is there enough proof in what i listed to tell if she likes me or not? i believe i am right, but i would like an outside opinion before i dive right in.
I think she is doing everything but hit you over the head with a giant club and saying "I love you, you fool!" to try to indicate she's interested in you. She's giving you love taps! She says she loves you! She hangs out with you all day long! Jeez, most guys are pleading for their girlfriends to be as attentive and interested as your girl already is.
Just what kind of a more gigantic neon-sign signal are you waiting for, if she already says she loves you constantly?
-- from Lisa
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