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sara_smith17ParticipantMay 16, 2014 at 8:18 pm #53081
I met this guy at a class I’m taking for my graduate degree. I sat next to him and he kept asking questions about me; we were in a group conversation and kept asking what about you. The next day I decided not to sit next to him as his friend talked too much. I never sat next to him again I got afraid he was offended. He saw me on a bus a week later and ignored me. I only talked to him that one time. I s he not interested anymore? Should I contact him on facebook or something or would that be weird?
NancyParticipantMay 17, 2014 at 9:13 pm #53092
First of all, put yourself in his shoes and see how you will react
I think he felt offended and he is trying to save his face by ignoring you
if this happened to you , do you like him to contact you via face book or talk to you face to face…
Go and talk to him face to face….tell him why you did that….there is absolutely nothing to lose…..
thisisthelife2ParticipantMay 18, 2014 at 1:18 am #53106
I agree with Nancy. You should have sat next to him on a day when he wasn’t sitting with his talkative friend. Be honest and be sweet in your emails.
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AnonymousMay 19, 2014 at 8:15 am #53129
If he ignores you I think the guy is not interested, but if you want to push your luck and so interested on him them move forward. Good luck just be gentle and be nice, that’s all it takes.
AnonymousMay 22, 2014 at 7:58 pm #53613
To be fair, I think it’d be hard to judge after one encounter. The biggest mistakes we make as human beings is to over think and assume the worst. It’s happened to me on plenty of occasions, as I’m sure you’ve experienced this for yourself.
Your best bet is for you to stir the pot. Meaning, you should go up to him the next time you see him in class or wherever it is and strike up a mild conversation.
Obviously you’re interested in him or else you wouldn’t have invested your precious time asking this forum about his interest. If you want, you can ask him some “power” questions, get a feel for his mindset.
Where did you grow up? What was that like?
What made you decide to take this class?
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
If you hadn’t gone into (insert topic here) what do you think you would’ve done instead?
What are your view points on (insert topic here)?
It’s more lucrative when both parties get past the surface level.
ShawnParticipantMay 24, 2014 at 10:28 am #53703
What is the worst that could come of contacting him?
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