I asked a girl out after 2 weeks she said let’s be friends. But she still kept playing with hair when I look at her, smiling at me, looking at me and always saying hi. Gives me her mobile phone number, let’s me add her on Facebook and says she is single I ask her again says she is working. Now she still looks at me with dilated eyes, tosses her hair using her hands and tries to make me jealous by talking about how it was a shame her celebrity crush had his top on. She is also sad and mops around when I ignore her. She is also fine saying hi to her guy friends in class but ignores me and just smiles at me occasionally when everyone knows that we speak.
I don’t understand why she can’t tell me she likes me or she is not interested ? I have been told that it is possibly because she is of a higher social group and she doesn’t want to risk her status but to me that shouldn’t matter. If we like each other we should be together.I also think most people can tell I don’t like a couple of her friends.
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Why all the big deal about tossing her hair. Is this a shampoo advert?
Listen. I'm going to tell you a secret.
Girl's flirt. They do it all the time. It's as natural to them as breathing. Often they're not even aware that a guy can interpret what they're doing as flirting, so chill out.
All those stupid songs and books and articles about body language and the secrets of lurve and all that crap? Throw 'em away. Be sincere, take knock-backs with good grace when they come and don't be afraid to ask if you want to know.
But to spend all that time and energy worrying about "what does this mean?", "what does that mean?" - that's a pile of crap. Stop it. Leave it to the women.
Ask her out. If she says yes then great. If she says no, then move on. Ask someone else. You're too young to be thinking about getting married and happy ever afters so chill out and enjoy soem female company.
This girl sounds like a bit of a game player. Why do you want her anyway? Get with someone sincere and leave her and her "higher social group" to disappear up their own asses.1