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wellfuckParticipantMarch 2, 2016 at 10:55 am #94789
So I have been attempting/experimenting doing cat and mouse with this one grill that was in a number of my other classes leading up to now (grade 11) and in the past she was extremely shy, (with some lone signs of extroversion) really having most of conversations without me with the teacher. We kinda always liked each other but for the most part kept to ourselves myself the one trying to lead the relationship.
When this semester started and with me able to sit in class relatively next to her shes suddenly got all in my face extroverted and shit. For the first few weeks it was fun exciting ie teasing name calling foot stuff etc but lately to me it just seems repetitive and uneasy. To be honest I have been an introvert for most of my life and dont really know how to constantly handle this off the wall bitch.
Any ideas, tips, tricks to regain control or keep it spicy?
dances_in_circlesParticipantMarch 2, 2016 at 1:20 pm #94800
I know it’s pretty generic advice, but do what feels right. This girl is obviously interested in you, things are probably getting repetative because she doesn’t know what to do next, she’s waiting for you to ask her out. However, if you’re not feeling the way she is acting maybe scale it back a bit. Pretty much you need to decide what you want, and then go for it. I know as an introvert at your age it may seem scary to ask her out, but even if she says no you are no worse off than you are now. But don’t continue this behavior if it is not making you happy.
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