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heather4051ParticipantMay 14, 2014 at 11:02 pm #52903
Just a brief summary, this guy and I have quite a bit in common. He’s the antisocial type, like myself. Quiet, reserved, and a little weird. But that’s what attracts me to him. I have not told him how I feel about him, so to my knowledge, he does not know. We aren’t really close but we talk at work mostly, occasionally outside of work. We’ve hung out 3 times, twice with a group. The other night after a group outing to a movie when was taking him home he didn’t say much but when I got to his driveway he started talking (and about the most random things that made no sense). He lingered in my car for 10 min just talking and not really rushing to get out. He did open the door but just kinda sat there in no hurry. But never looked at me while talking to me. I had the strongest urge I’ve ever had to kiss him, but couldn’t do it. I just don’t really know what was happening here. Was he waiting for me to make a move? Was he too scared to? Not sure where to go from here?
katlynn87ParticipantMay 25, 2014 at 9:40 am #53718
If you like him more than a friend. Than I would def try talking to him and let him know what you are feeling. Since he is anti social he could be scared to communicate his feelings with you. If you want to be with him take a chance(:
lookingforlove110ParticipantMay 25, 2014 at 7:57 pm #53720
My guess is he would be too nervous- a lot of guys are. I would talk to him about how you fell.
AnonymousMay 26, 2014 at 6:52 am #53727
Take your chances tell him how you feel and you start from there, give him the impression that you are easy to talk to so his anti-social thing will somehow disappear, try to deal with him flawlessly because you yourself is anti-social you should know how to relate to him. Good luck on you!
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