So we've been friends since the start of the semester and I really like him so I told him today.
Him: "You.. like me?"
Me: *smiles awkwardly* "Do you not like me?"
Him: "No. I mean, of course I do. I just never thought that you..."
Him: "So.. we like each other."
After a few more awkward words, we started talking normally again. But I mean, he was genuinely shocked. I'm sort of used to guys coming onto me. I realise that I'm attractive (not trying to sound arrogant) but why would it be so shocking that I like him? But the main question is, is it good or bad? Would this mean that he has some confidence issues?
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This could either be a good or bad thing. It's all dependent on how he said it.
He doesn't like you, and he didn't want you to develop feelings for him because he knows he'd never like you the same way. So, he knows nothing good is ever going to come from this. His attitude was one where he had this thought run through his head, "uhhh... this girl likes me... ehhh"
He cannot believe that a girl like you could ever like him, and he was pleasantly surprised. He had thought that a girl like you would be somewhat out of his league. So, when you told him, he was surprised, but in a good way. He probably had an ego boost because he's impressed by the way you carry yourself.
Choose which scenario better describes what ACTUALLY happened.0