A Friend of a Friend keeps Flirting with me
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
I am 23 and in terms of love I have to be the unluckiest man on the planet! Never really had a girlfriend, when I do meet someone I take a liking to, I just shut myself up and don't end up saying anything! This is my story....
My friend who I've known for five years celebrated his birthday last year. He invited some of his old high school friends, I instantly took a liking to one of his old friends, I have to say she is THE nicest and most prettiest girl I have ever seen!
She was practically staring at me the whole night, we went out several occasions since then as a group where she would stare again! I have talked to her just like I would talk to anyone else. (I am quite shy though!) There have been signs (I think!) from her, she would spend most of the time with me either in a club or a bar, she always makes sure that I am coming out when she calls my friend for a night out, one night she wanted to show my friend all their old high school photos and I was invited along (why?), she then wanted to see my photos, when I told her i did'nt have any she said she wanted to see my childhood photos (what?). She said how nice my bracelet was twice week after week!
There have been other little mannerisms, she is full of love, hugs, kisses and generally all luvvy duvvy! (which I could mistake for her liking me). I can't get her out of my head, she robs my sleep! I can get her phone number off of my friend but I can't call her out of the blue as she is a friend's friend! What do YOU think of all this? Please give me some much needed advice! Thank-you.
She's being about as obvious as she can be about her interest in you. She deliberately invites you along to things, tries to share her life and childhood with you and wants to learn more about your life and childhood. Practically the only thing she hasn't done is called you up to ask you out.
It's time for you to give her some attention in return - so far it sounds like she's chasing you and you're just sitting there! Call her up. It doesn't matter how you got to know her, you've spent time with her now. So you're her friend, aren't you? You're not a stranger that she's never talked to before. Find some childhood pictures of yourself, and then call her up and tell her you found them. She'll probably be thrilled and say she wants to see them. Then you simply arrange a time ...
-- from Jenn
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