i dont really want to get too into this girl without knowing if she likes me or notVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
im not sure if this girl likes me or not. she has been in 1 of my classes 2 years ago and we never shared a class for the past year, this year she is in my prep period. basically we got to know each other through a friend. under the cricumstances of barely knowing this girl i decided to ask her to the homecoming dance. she said yes to me and we both said we had a good time to the friend who introduced me to her. after the dance, approximately every week i'd ask her to hang out and she'd say yes everytime. we dont really talk on the phone that much, but sometimes do with the other friend on three way or brief convos to just ask her to hang out. the first time i've started knowing her is approximately 1 month ago. now i think theres alot in common between us and i think i like her but i am not sure. i was going officially "ask her out" this weekend but i didnt feel like there was the "right momment." i did however, ask her if she liked anyone but i got an answer of no. she asked if i liked anyone and i said "mayb..." then quietly "actually yea..." i dont recall exactly what happened after though but i think she didnt say anything about it. that night though, i learned from my other friend that this girl told her that she likes hanging out with me. i dont really want to get too into this girl without knowing if she likes me or not. please advise me on this. thank you.
Yes, she likes you.
My advice is to ask her out.
Good luck! George
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