She said " Well I dont like him, stupid boy!" ( the stupid boy was directed to me )Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
I put more info in this one since you were lost on the last one.
I know this girl who is very outgoing, and now I have to sit with her on the bus. One morning she asked me what grade I am in and I said my grade and she goes " Everyone here is in that grade!"
( I am in a higher grade than her.} So I was thinking about it during class and suddenly I thought, " Hey, may'be she was trying to start a conversation."
Well then the same afternoon she asks me again, " What grade are you in?" and I tell her and she says the same thing. Now we were starting to talk and this girl starts calling us lovebirds, and I'm like " Oh man, now she will quit talking." but the girl says " Stop, now." in a very low serious tone. We stopped talking until she asked to move back to the front seat of the bus where her friends were.
She reguarly asks to move to the front seat or the seat beside her friends. Now before she sat with me I thought she was a witch the first few days because a big mouth tried to flirt with her by saying I liked her, which I had never even said. She said " Well I dont like him, stupid boy!" ( the stupid boy was directed to me )
I've made her laugh but what still catches me is that she blurts absurd things, then says " I'm not talking to you" or " Im just kidding." in a friendly way.
One thing she did is look at me and my friend, roll her eyes and swing her hair, then sit down. " Im just kidding." she said.
Thats enough info! Good luck!
She is an odd duck!
She sounds like she is flirting but in a off-beat way. She makes nasty and sarcastic comments and then says she is just kidding.
If you like her, then pursue her by striking up conversations in school. If you don't like her then avoid her.
Good luck! George
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