I think he might but i'm still confused

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
Hi i'm 13 and i've recently had a moment with a guy that i've liked for a while. At a friends party me and him were sat on the sofa and I put my head on his shoulder and we sat like that for over half an hour just talking and he was looking after me (i had been drinking but not loads) we sat like that as he opened up a packet of buttons for me and held them and opened the pack up now and again so I could take some. When I was sober later in the evening and we went to bed we lay next to each other and I had my head on his chest and we both just spoke for most of the evening. Now we're back at school some of my other friends who were at the party were jokingly taking the mick ot of us, but he didn't seem to mind and he didn't object when people were talking about me and him going out. He's a really nice and caring guy and he genuinely listens to me and cares about what I say. He's made no move to ask me out yet (although it hasn't been long) and i'm worried that if I just wait he'll go off me but I don't want to make a move myself i'd be too embarrassed in case he didn't like me. We hang out a lot in and out at school and he's smart and nice and we're in a lot of lessons together, I really like him do you think he likes me? What should I do? Thank you :)

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It really does sound like he likes you. He's been gentle and sweet with you, and you said you have good conversations. He seems easygoing and kind. Maybe you should ask HIM out. Find some time to be alone together and simply tell you you like him, and would he like to go on a date with you? If he doesn't want that, then you can just be friends, and you won't have lost anything by asking. :)

-- from Jill
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