How Do I Flirt?Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
i'm 13 and this boy caught my eye when i was out with my friends. one of my friends told him i liked him when i had only said he seemed nice, but i didn't really mind (i think hes 14 and is in yr9).
a few days later my friend was talking to him and asked him would he go out with me (not asking him out for me just asking would he if he got the chance). he kept saying no then yes then no then yes and so on. then he asked me what year i was in (yr8) then said he was going out with someone. then he said he wouldn't go out with me because his friend liked me.
i didn't get to see his friend because as they were coming towards me he got called in. but the lad who thought i liked him and one of his other friends kept going to his door and talking to him and pointing at me.
after that for the rest of the time i was out that group of lads were sitting near us and staring at us.
i'm really confused and i'm seeing them again on monday night after school. so what should i say to them? i have no idea how to flirt so just in case i need to can u give me some advice on it? and please tell me what to do about these boys.
p.s. i'm not really good friends with them but i have spoken to them a few times apart from the boy who liked me (the one who i didn't get to see because he went in)
It sounds like you're doing very well! The guy you like does like you, and he's only torn because he already has a girlfriend plus another one of his friends is already interested in you.
So you have two different guys who are interested in you! That's a lovely problem to have in life.
So hopefully you like the friend, since he's available and is interested in you. Now you just have to talk with him! There are a ton of tips on the site about how to flirt - start here -
-- from Lisa
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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