College girl who's bad at reading people

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College girl who's bad at reading people

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    festinus
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    October 15, 2017 at 11:49 pm #152862
    College girl who's bad at reading people

    Hi, I’m a sophomore in college, and I’m not really good at reading people. I have this friend I knew from high school visiting in about a month, all the way from Europe. He’s going to see another friend first (who was like a brother to him in high school), then driving down to see me. He goes to college in London and found cheap plane tickets to America over a weeklong break he has, and wants us to show him the “American experience.” We’re friends and have hooked up a couple times, but we got into a huge fight about three years ago (I broke a promise and he was justifiably mad at me for a few months). That being said, I apologized, I learned my lesson, we made up, and now we’re friends again. I know that he used to be sexually attracted to me because we almost had sex before the incident, but we haven’t been very flirty ever since it happened. Do you think he would want to avoid hooking up with me again, or do you think he might be down?


    grimlockt
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    October 16, 2017 at 3:18 am #152868

    I think you should approach him with no expectations. Give him an opening to take a shot and if he likes you, he will. Unless, he’s the shy type, in which case you’ll need to be more understanding and subtly aggressive with your feelings by making the first move without making him uncomfortable to help him feel like it’s okay.