(Girls can respond, too)
Okay, I would like for you to put yourself in my crush's shoes:
*You're a junior, and I'm a senior. (We're both 17-- well, your b-day is really soon)
*We've known each other since your freshman year.
*We're really good friends.
*When we talk, we touch each other. (Nothing weird, just on the arm and such.) You've held my hand for a few seconds on a few occasions.
*We hug every time we see each other.
*You're protective of me.
*You've hinted to me that you suspect that I have a crush on you.
*You've flirted with me in the past, as I have with you
*You have a crush on someone (not me), but you kinda know that you'll probably never be with that person.
Knowing this, do you think you would be interested in a (more-than-friends) relationship? Would you rather me ask you out instead?
I'm thinking about it, because with the crush and our friendship and stuff, I don't want to jeopardize what we have if he doesn't feel the same way about me.
Most Helpful Girl
dont ask him out, I've figured out that guys hate it.
it makes them see like they were to scared, let him feel like a man, and let him ask you out.
i would tel him how you feel
first, ask him who he likes
and since he likes another girl then ask him besides her
then if he doesn't answer, and tries to leave it at that, then say "well aren't you gonna ask me who I like" and then he should ask you, and flirt a little and say "i don't want to say it, it'll be embarrassing" and he'll insist, then you can say "i don't know how he fells about me", then he'll ask again who it is, and then you should tell him that you like him, and he might get quiet, but that doesn't mean that he doesn't feel this way about you, he is most likely just shy.
hope I helped, if you have any more questions, just comment, and we can talk.0