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I am in the 9th grade and i really like this guy in my geograhpy class. my friend "B" wrote him a note and told him i liked him and i didnt really care because i was planning on telling him anyways. that day we had a project and he was in the same group that i was in and i think he kept looking at me but i wasent looking at him because i was so nervous. later that night i got online and he IMed me and we talked and found out a lot about each other. he said that he wasent talking to me because "B" told him to but that he liked me. he said he would probably sk me out but not untill he got to know me better. he said he also might ask me to homecoming but he wants to get to know me better first. Is he really interested or am i wasting my time? please help me! Advice
It sounds like everything is going just ok for you. He seems to like you and has even hinted about taking you to Homecoming. Keep talking with him and if he mentions Homecoming again say "I think we know each other well enough now, and I'd like to go to Homecoming with you." This will help him get over his fear of rejection.

If Homecoming gets nearer, take the bull by the horns and ask him to go with you. He will be flattered and my guess is that he will say yes.

Best of luck to you,

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