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#101 - astraea
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(10/20/2012) [-]
Why don't people just tell the person they like that they like her/him?
Nothing is going to happen if you don't.
I mean the "Average Joe" guy is single. He'd probably like it if the "Average Joe..ine" girl had asked him out.
#111 to #101 - chezburgadominator
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(10/20/2012) [-]
Let's put it in this situation.
John likes Mary Joe.
Mary Joe and John are currently "friends" if you want to call them that.
John tells Mary Joe "Hey I like you"
Mary Joe responds with a depressing statement of "Ok" and walks away awkwardly
Mary Joe now feels awkward being put in that position.

It's just weird for someone to go up to them and say "hey I like you".
#147 to #111 - AresX
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(10/20/2012) [-]
If you're not a dumbass you can learn to flirt.  Experience with people will get you to read body language a lot easier, THEN you admit that you "like" them. If you tell a girl who shows no interest in you that you like her, of course it'll be awkward.    
   
Some easy things to look at are:   
   
> over abundance or lack of eye contact   
> Physical contact   
> Glancing at lips   
> lip biting   
> fidgeting when speaking to you   
> staring, or making an effort to avoid looking   
> compliments, sexual innuendo   
> laughing at bad jokes   
   
Creating a relationship is child's play, maintaining one is where the real risk and reward is.   
   
Have a nice night/good day.
If you're not a dumbass you can learn to flirt. Experience with people will get you to read body language a lot easier, THEN you admit that you "like" them. If you tell a girl who shows no interest in you that you like her, of course it'll be awkward.

Some easy things to look at are:

> over abundance or lack of eye contact
> Physical contact
> Glancing at lips
> lip biting
> fidgeting when speaking to you
> staring, or making an effort to avoid looking
> compliments, sexual innuendo
> laughing at bad jokes

Creating a relationship is child's play, maintaining one is where the real risk and reward is.

Have a nice night/good day.
#114 to #111 - astraea
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(10/20/2012) [-]
That's how I got my.. well friend.. I was a loner and she came up to me and said "hey I like you"
#118 to #114 - chezburgadominator
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(10/20/2012) [-]
Nice job for you though, it's happened to me before and I don't do much about it but from what my female friends say it just puts them in an awkward position.
#120 to #118 - astraea
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(10/20/2012) [-]
She's the first and only person that has "liked me".
Also I said no a billion times but she asked again and again. (We were in the 6th grade)
Shes a completly different person now though, wich kinda sucks.
#121 to #120 - chezburgadominator
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(10/20/2012) [-]
People change, when I was younger there was a girl I liked from 4-6 grade. She started to like me in 6th and we dated in 7th, but by 8th grade she wasn't sweet and calm anymore nor was she the wallflower I knew. She swore more often and was alot more outgoing. Doz were dem dayz.
#122 to #121 - astraea
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(10/20/2012) [-]
Same here.
I was a really.. uhm, childish and anti social person.
But when we became friends i got some more friends and learned to be a bit calmer.
I'm still childish and anti social, but.. less.


She used to be a really shy girl, and had to have her freinds around to hide behind while we talked. I actually talked to her friends a lot more and they became my friends too.
But now she's really outgoing and not calm etc and has been "Togheter" with just about every guy in our class.

YupYup
#115 to #114 - astraea
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(10/20/2012) [-]
But I see what you're saying