Long story short is I got rejected by a girl in the past because she likes another guy, however me and her got talking again and got to be really close friends(not always a bad thing). Honestly from my perspective she is throwing signs of "just friends" AND "maybe more" and yes she DEF KNOWS I'm interested. Here's our txting convo and we're both in HS btw
(The texts before this were about the idea of us meeting up to talk, but she couldn't make it, so we're gonna discuss it at school tomorrow)
Me: (bla bla bla) and all I'm gonna say is you're really confusing
Her: (bla bla bla) and is that it?
Me: (bla bla bla) and if there's anything you wanna confess, you can text it now or tell me tomorrow when we talk
Her: Nothing comes to mind, what about you?
Me: Other then the fact you're a bit confusing, that's it
Her: (No reply back, not sure if I should text and talk about something else or leave it)
The fact she didn't clear anything up... says she's either thinking about the situation herself right? Otherwise would have she have said something like "Whats there to be confused about? We're just friends" or something similar? And yes I'm an optimist, but I still have my doubts and that's why I'm here asking this question lol.
FYI: The talk we're gonna have tomorrow is me asking her where we stand and if she wants to be more then friends(yeah, cute I know :3 LOL)
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from your personal point of view what is more important is her liking you not you liking her.
if you insist too much on showing that you are interested although you say she knows she might not have any interest.
you either do something crazy and go all in or not do anything. don't keep sending small hints.
I can't explain really why but in the past I stopped wanted to be with a girl only because she was over stating the fact that she was interested. you can call me stupid or think of it anything, it doesn't make it any less true. And it is the same for most people. follow the advice of Beetledove.
GO to BED. and Have fun tomorrow in your discussion :D.