It may be worth a shot
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Basically the situation goes like this: There is this really attractive girl whom I've known for a little while now. I saw her recently at a buddy of mine's birthday party. My birthday was a few days before his and she gave me a birthday card when I saw her. Throughout the evening, she would make a point of sitting next to me and starting conversations. We would joke and talk and it was a good time. I personally felt that her attention to me was a little more than average, but I didn't really credit that to anything and no one made any mention of it so I think it was in my head.
We hung out last night at a concert. I was with two different groups of people: her and some of her friends and then another group of just my friends. We went to meet the performer after the show and got separated in line so she was with her sister and their friend and I was with mine (bad luck I guess :/) Anyway, my buddy kept pointing out that while I wasn't looking, she kept looking over at me. There were times when I did look over at her and caught her already staring at me, but whatever. Finally, before she left with her group (she lives a short distance away) she came over to say good-bye. I gave her a hug and that was that. A girl in my group made a comment how it was, "So cute how she was waiting for a hug." Coming from one girl about another girl, I took that as something solid.
Basically this, I'm not sure I have enough to form my own opinion here and I less than optimistic about this avenue since several (and I mean SEVERAL) of my last opportunities with women I'm interested in have fallen flat. So, what do you think?
If she was looking at you when you were not looking, and was waiting around for a hug and a goodbye, then I agree it sounds very promising! Girls usually don't do that for 'just friends'. Ask her on a date. If she says no, at least you will have more experience under your belt with the whole dating thing. And if she says yes, this could be the start of something good. It's always worth a shot.
-- from Jill
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