So recently in my life, I have started to become a little antisocial at one point. However, I would keep a few people to talk to on the way to one class or what not. You can think of it as a walking buddy.
In my 2nd period class, there was this guy. I didn't know him to well, but I met him again in one of my SAT test taking, and we got to talk a bit before winter break. Up came the second semester, and we would always walk together from 2nd period to 3rd period or nutrition. However that was about the only time we actually hang out other than in class.
About a month or two later, he approached me after 3rd period once and gave me an index card, folded in two. He told me to read it, and then ran away. I opened it and it said three words " I like you". However I started to freak out on the way to 4th period. I honestly didn't think anything more about him than a friend.
The next day, I told him that I only thought of him as a friend.( I also don't believe that only after 2 months approximately, that he likes me without knowing much about me.) However, even though I said that, it kept feeling as if he kept pressuring me and I felt very uncomfortable. I then asked him to give me some distance so I could feel more reassured. However sometimes if I got up to get something, he would jump out of his seat to get near me. If I turned around in my seat, and I would get a glimpse of him, he would be smiling a lot. No offense, but it creeped me out a lot. Sometimes I would also catch him staring at me.
About a week before finals, he tried to talk to me again, but I was a little disturbed being by him. I told him I really didn't want to be a b**** to him, and he should leave me alone. Was it wrong of me to do that?
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no it wasn't wrong. but I think it is odd that you feel like after 2months a guy couldn't know enough about you to like you. It's not like he proposed, said he loved you, or said the two of you were soulmates. He simply said he liked you
it seems clear that you are rather anti-social and that is fine and he didn't seem to get the point. Perhaps your anti-social nature was attractive to him. I don't think you were wrong though in what you did. you were rather to the point and polite about things0