He is my bestfriend's little brother is it okay if we even date???

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
alright i just want to know if this sounds like somebody who likes you or is just as confused, okay i did some stuff w/ a really close freind of mine mainly made out, and i guess he thought i thought we were going out, he lent me his jacket the nite we made out, and still didn't ask for it back. and we the idea of us going out he smiled really big, but my friend gave him back his coat. and he kept running into me at his house. like i'd go outside w/ his sister and my friend and as soon as i came in he was heading out like he was waiting for me or something. also i was sitting on his couch and he just stared at me with his mouth open so my friend said. and then he just went in his room and watch a movie and looked really upset. is he mad that i gave him his coat back or is he just confused i can't really tell we haven't got to be alone since we made out. and i mean i 've known this guy for a year now and his a year younger than me, and my bestfriends little brother is it okay if we even date???

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Yes it is ok for you to date.

It is difficult to answer your questions with so little information. My advice is to try to see him alone and ask him how he is doing and does he still like you. Tell him you like him.

It's better to ask questions than to wonder.

Good luck! George

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