I was in the supermarket and I came across this really handsome guy. I am sure he was checking me out. The moment he saw me he kept looking at my eyes even after I vanished in another grocery section. Again when I saw him on checking out. He was intensely looking at me. I looked back with a light smile -not really a smile. His face was like he was smiling inside.
I got out and lingered in my car- hoping he sees me when he gets out. He just got into his car without looking. I am pissed off because U couldn't communicate with him because I liked him and I am sure he did. I still remember his look!
Why on earth he didn't say anything or at least smiled?
I am shy a bit and feel embarrassed to approach a guy first.
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Kind of hard to explain, but in our heads there is this idea that no matter how handsome or good looking or how confident... there is a chance to get called out as creeps or pervs. And it can happen
Did not happen to me, but I would only approach girls when I have more than just her walking around in a grocery store. If i have a reason to talk to her, I have no issue doing it. Otherwise approaching out of the blue is highly unlikely.
No offence, but how the hell was the guys supposed to know that you are actually waiting him in the car and he is supposed to come after you and whatever?
"Why on earth he didn't say anything or at least smiled?
I am shy a bit and feel embarrassed to approach a guy first."
Let change that a bit and see things from his side
"Why on earth she didn't say anything or at least give me a proper smile?
I am shy a bit and feel embarrassed to approach someone out of the blue like that"
Waiting in the car part. What did you expect to happen? Realistically speaking. Did you expect him to come out running and jump on the bonnet and scream "stop, I have something to tell you!" ? That is mostly in the movies.
I respect private space and if there is no strong evidence that there might be something, I don't do it. If it happened to be next to you in line at the cash register, then the situation might have helped and provide context to have him say something or make a comment/break the ice.
Next time you see him, look again and smile and say hi. Baby steps3