Grease...and we were assigned to act out a Sandy and Danny scene, ironic, no?

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Honestly, I feel really silly doing this but I'm experiencing something I never have to I figured, why not?

Well, I'm a sophmore in highschool. It's not that I can't get a's that I have feelings for this specific guy. He's in a different "crowd" than I am, I suppose you could say. He's a freshman, and I met him at musical auditions(Grease...and we were assigned to act out a Sandy and Danny scene, ironic, no?). I felt chemistry but I wonder if he felt it too. We talk a couple of times a day...but that's it...And of course, I have fallen hard for him. I'm afraid that because of our crowds (he is in the crowd of people where a lot of them think they are better than everyone else...but he's not like that.) he wouldn't ever be interested. How can I get him to be at least some-what interested?

Thank you for your time! Advice
Since you talk to him several times each day, you have plenty of opportunity to flirt with him and let him know you care.

Remember that some boys are dumb when it comes to flirting so you might have to pour it on.

At some point, you might want to tell him that you are "developing feelings" for him and see what he says. Or if you want to move faster, just ask him out.

Remember, it is better to ask than to never know.

Good luck! George

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