There's this girl in my class I'm interested in. Absolutely stunning, and 4 leagues above my own. I'm a pretty okay looking guy, I guess, but only just. I thought it impossible for her to even consider noticing me. Nonetheless, it happened. One beautiful and shining day, I was helping my friend with his work, having a good time, making a few laughs, the works. Out of nowhere, this girl catches my attention, and with a smile on her face, exclaims, "You're soo cute!" (like the tone you'd take when you see an adorable kitten, or a pup, something of the like) I, being a lame duck, replied with a suave "Thanks?" She then giggled and continued on with her work, as if nothing happened. Once I got home, it was straight to the computer, scouring the depths of the Internet, searching for ways to be for sure that she and I would move to France and spend the rest of our days happy, wearing berets, but to no avail. I instantly came to the conclusion that she doesn't like me, and that I was destined to be alone for all eternity.
I was depressed, but also glad that I had closure to that.
That all changed when it happened again.
It was a similar situation as the first, except this time I just smiled, and looked away, because my reputation at school is to be insincere, forever facetious. I wanted to reply, confessing all of my thoughts and hopes and dreams and anything else that came to mind (that sounds like a cliché, does it not?) to her, but I held my tongue. I repressed the feelings and got on with my day, pretending that it didn't mean anything to me, when it in fact meant everything.
Now that that's off my chest, I propose two questions: Does she even like me? The way I make it sound, she surely does, and as I'm the only one that I know of that she calls "cute," I'm thinking yes, but I could use an extra thousand opinions. No. 2: How would I even confront her? I'm very introverted, and an overanalyst.
She doesn't really talk to me about anything else than my alleged cuteness.
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She finds you cute, which may ensue to a possibility that she may like you for your facial appearance.
What kind of reciprocity would you like from her if she does like you back-- liking you for your appearance or liking you for your personality?
I think you have to show her what you've got. By this, you'd leave introversion with the hopes of her getting to know you more than your "alleged cuteness."1
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