Hello, I was attracted to my friend's sister so I told him that I was into her and that I would like to ask her out.
Making it clear that it should be kept between us, and should not reveal such a thing to his sister.
Today in college, while I was talking to a bunch of friends. It was time to go to class, so I turn myself to look back then I see my crush just behind me.
Our eyes met each other, and then she didn't even say "hi" or anything like she used to do. She looked at the floor and went straight to her class walking at her usual pace, not being late at all to her class.
I felt so much pain in my heart at that time, which really ruined my day. Couldn't think about anything else since this happened. My mind is yet unclear.
I would appreciate that you tell me what's going on, like do you think my friend told his sister about my feelings and do not reciprocate? Did I do something wrong? Is it a way to tell me to move on?
Looking forward to your precious opinions and votes,
- Move on / she rejected youVote A
- OthersVote B
- Ask her out and see what happens thenVote C
- She's shy and don't know how to reactVote D
- ResultsVote E
Most Helpful Girl
It's very possible that word got around, but maybe he told somebody that told somebody and it eventually got to her ears if she was around that other 'somebody'. That means she definitely knows now. I will not say it's a definite rejection because it's 50/50. That also means that she may be very shy or extremely self-conscious because she doesn't know what you see in her, how to handle the situation, if you confess what would that mean for your friendship if you god forbid leave her because of being rejected [which also means she just lost a friend], or what to tell you when it's possible that she doesn't feel the same way. But I know how she feels and is reacting so for that reason, my option is: She is shy and doesn't know how to react.
All you can do is give her that same amount of space and see if she is going to come to you instead of you going to her. If she doesn't say anything for the whole week, then it's proof that she found out. And is avoiding you because she is afraid now. Be prepared if you do ask her out, because this may end up being the make or break of your relationship.1
Most Helpful Guy
Everytime that this type of questions appear, I have the same answer:
Ask her/him out. If something goes wrong, the worst case scenario would be to get rejected and you would feel shit for 2-3 days. Then you move on. Instead, it could go well and be happy about it.
If you don't even try, oh well then you will have to be regreting yourself for not knowing what it could've been or not.
Understand? Getting rejected is going to be a "been there done that". If it goes well, perfect! But don't do nothing, it's worse!!1