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There’s this girl in my college class that I met a few months ago. Last semester, we did a group project where she showed signs of interest, but later when I indirectly asked her out, she sort of “soft-rejected” me. Two months later, I meet her again in another class. Again, we needed to do a group project…As we split into groups, her friend asks her if she’s found one, and she tells her that she’s in a group with me, and that “we’re a couple”. A few seconds later, she playfully slaps me and says “just kidding”. Later, when I asked her how much the textbook for class was, she told me that I didn’t need to buy one (alluding that we can share) but later changed course and said I should still buy one since we’ll be using it a lot…
Also, she makes it obvious that she’s a homebody, because whenever I ask her what she does on weekends or after school, she claims to do nothing but stay at home. And when she does go out, it’s apparently once in a few days lol.March 3, 2018 at 9:59 pm #166777
My friend insists that she’s giving me the green light to ask her out, but, she really IS lazy, so…. I don’t know?
One last thing, (and I don’t mean to brag) but I finished almost all my courses as the top student in our department for two years straight. So I wonder if she’s really interested in me, teasing me, or just using me because she knows that I’ll get a good grade for us if we’re in the same group. I can’t tell, so any advice would be appreciated
angi76ParticipantMarch 4, 2018 at 7:39 am #166778
How did you indirectly ask her out before? If she was really into you, she would be nervous around you and you would know. She may be undecided about you in which case just keep being you but don’t come on too strong. Do your own thing and be confident. Let her know you’re there but not desperate. Good luck!March 4, 2018 at 11:34 am #166788
Last time, she mentioned her favorite restaurant as we chatted online. I immediately suggested that we could go and that she could introduce the restaurant to me, since I had not tried it before. She then tells me that she has social anxiety and is not good at showing people around, so I took it as a soft-rejection. I’m not sure if that qualifies as a rejection?
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