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How can I tell if a guy likes me?
Posted 9/22/13 , edited 9/22/13
I just dig my nose and try to disgust her.
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wvxz wrote:

I just dig my nose and try to disgust her.




Posted 9/22/13

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wvxz wrote:

I just dig my nose and try to disgust her.






YES!
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Posted 9/22/13
I make sure to get her number. Also tend to talk to her a lot more than most other people in class/party/wherever I met her. Oh, and I'd be willing to go out of my way to do something with her, whereas I probably wouldn't if I wasn't interested.
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Yowa29: Sorry, the "friend zone" isn't actually a thing. It's a term that some guys out there came up with to describe unrequited love. Because, really, that's what the "friend zone" is: unrequited love. The difference is that guys can slam girls with the "friend zone" while unrequited love is gender-blind.

OP: There's a difference between whether a guy is interested in you or if he likes you. You will know if he's interested in you; you know it in your gut. When you interact with him, he'd make an effort to keep an active conversation going. If you feel like you're the only one pushing the conversation, then he's not interested.

"Like" is stronger, so the truth is, you'd really just have to ask him. If whatever acquaintance you have with him builds up to a point where you feel like the timing is right to bring it up, go for it. Asking is the only way to know for sure. Good luck!


Oh, the friend-zone is most certainly a thing. It just isn't a thing women need to worry about. No woman in the history of the world has ever been friend-zoned by a straight guy.

Let me tell you a secret... us guys... we're the biggest sluts on the planets. If it's an orifice it's fair game.
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Posted 9/22/13
He will probably talk to you
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Posted 9/22/13
It depends what type of guy he is. Some guys are shy and some will show you in obvious ways. Obvious ways such as flirty jokes or giving you gifts.

A few common signs for anyone would be staring, eye contact all the time, calling or texting you first, and listening to whatever you have to say.

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Posted 9/22/13
Honestly, I would just go up to him and be like, "Look babe, I like you, you like me, lets make this happen." If he asks WTF, then probably not.

Really though, think about how you would behave around a guy you like and see if he is behaving similar.
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Posted 9/22/13
I usually confess to a girl Patrick Star style.
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Posted 9/22/13
I tend to excessively stare like a creep, (I try not too...). With the staring, I hope that you'd secretly catch my eyes so we lock onto each other.
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Posted 9/23/13

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Latchan wrote:

Yowa29: Sorry, the "friend zone" isn't actually a thing. It's a term that some guys out there came up with to describe unrequited love. Because, really, that's what the "friend zone" is: unrequited love. The difference is that guys can slam girls with the "friend zone" while unrequited love is gender-blind.

OP: There's a difference between whether a guy is interested in you or if he likes you. You will know if he's interested in you; you know it in your gut. When you interact with him, he'd make an effort to keep an active conversation going. If you feel like you're the only one pushing the conversation, then he's not interested.

"Like" is stronger, so the truth is, you'd really just have to ask him. If whatever acquaintance you have with him builds up to a point where you feel like the timing is right to bring it up, go for it. Asking is the only way to know for sure. Good luck!


Oh, the friend-zone is most certainly a thing. It just isn't a thing women need to worry about. No woman in the history of the world has ever been friend-zoned by a straight guy.

Let me tell you a secret... us guys... we're the biggest sluts on the planets. If it's an orifice it's fair game.


No? Right, because no woman in the history of the world has ever been rejected. "Friendzoning" is unrequited love. That's all it is. You do not speak for all guys, and you do not speak for all girls. You should stop stereotyping them like that. It's rude to both genders.
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Posted 9/23/13
Honestly, I get shy around girls that I'm interested in.
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Posted 9/23/13 , edited 9/23/13
Friend zone is most certainly a thing, meaning exactly what it says and has no gender specifications. When describing someone you are friends with you might say they are within your group of friends which has the same meaning as friend zone. The only differences are:
1) Friend zone is usually used in context referring to a singular individual, while group of friends is very clearly plural.
2) There is a slight distinction between "zone" and "group" as zone in this context would refer to a place in the social relationship, while group classifies the individual in a category with other individuals.
The common scenario to use "Friend Zone" over "Group of friends" is when through context or topic there is a defined singularity that separates the individual from the "Group" and this singularity is that the individual being categorized in the friend zone does not feel the same way about the other person.

A funny spin on "Friend Zone" is that technically any social status that is not equivalently categorized between the individuals while one is clearly categorized as a friend can be considered "Friend Zone". In other words a person who finds someone annoying enough to think of someone as less then a friend, or perhaps a distant friend might find themselves in the friend zone if the person refuses to think of them as anything but their friend. Very similar to the scenarios where someone can be a persons best friend but the person may not be your personal best friend.

Saying "Friend Zone" does not exist is like saying "Lunch Time" does not exist, while "Zone" and "Time" are both vague categorizations pertaining to a greater explanation that usually portrays itself within the context of the sentence they are used in.

Sorry about the very nit picky technical rant, i get in a mood for ranting sometimes.. I'll leave an actual comment for the thread starters question in the next post..
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Posted 9/23/13
Ask him. Make it clear you're not fishing for compliments. Be precise with your question(s); figure out what exactly you mean by "likes you" and what you want to know.
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Posted 9/23/13
Don't beat around the bush and just tell him. If he likes you you'll know, if he doesn't, then your not wasting time pining after him and you can move on.
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