I occasionally play with her hair and she will say something like stop it but never act on itVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
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I have know this girl from school since 3rd grade but it we have been friends since about halfway through the last school year. I know we were just friends last year and that was all. This year we have hung out alot more. The first day we waited in the lunch line and since our school got a new system it was a long wait. After getting our food finally, she asked me to come over and eat lunch with her and her friends so I did and some of my friends casually came over. We were eating and she said, " If you finish before me you have to wait, and I'll wait for you if I finish first." We finished at about the same time then we both went to our next class and I sat around her. When the teacher assigned seats alphabetically, she was assinged earlier and since there was an empty space next to her I sat down because my name is near the end and there are 80 sum people in this class. When someone got seated near her she didn't like she whispered it into my ear. Moving on...
We sometimes walk together to class, and other times we don't. I have stopped by her locker a couple times just to say hi. I occasionally play with her hair and she will say something like stop it but never act on it. I remember hearing her say something about liking a guy last year but I dont know who. I don't know what to think.
You've got the beginning of a romance going on.
Keep doing what you have been doing until you feel you are friends. Or at least friends enough that you feel like asking her out.
Then ask her out.
Not too complicated!
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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