So there is this girl in my college class. We sit next to each other and she seems like she's ALWAYS trying to start convos with me. Even when she says something out loud she either looks at me or looks at someone else and then right to me. But I have noticed that her legs sometimes brush up against mine under the table on more occasions than one. I never move my leg because I like it lol. But she's said out loud twice that she doesn't have a boyfriend at my table.
We had class Monday, and I was there at the table alone and then she sat down and we talked for a little bit and I made her laugh a few times. Then a guy came and sat down and she talked to him a little bit and was talking about texting him and stuff. I feel like she might have been trying to possibly make me jealous because I don't have her number. What do you think?
Honestly, I feel like she's way out of my league because she's gorgeous. Kinda curious if she's just being a flirt or if she might be interested.
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This is a great question, bro.
First off, on the one hand it kind of seems like she's desperate for a boyfriend so that she can have that image either to make her own ego feel good or to make some girls in her circle jealous. But on the OTHER hand, she does seem like she's sincerely trying to get your attention and let you know she must like you and definitely wanted you to know she's single if she's mentioned TWICE that she has no boyfriend. So with all this, I would say before you let her know you like her, you should scope out the area with her, have more conversations with her and kind of throw out questions and topics to see what her responses are. How she responds will either confirm the first part I told you, about her just wanting an image of having a boyfriend, or if she's really into you.
As for her being out of your league. Don't even let yourself get caught up in all that, man. That's just society's age old trick of trying to program guys into thinking that any attractive girl you're into will always be out of your league, especially if she's "popular." The media plays mind games on us to make us think we have to go through a hell of a lot of work to attract or appeal to a girl. Don't fall for it. Just do your thing. If she's honestly into you, it won't matter anyway whether you think she's out of your league or not, because obviously she doesn't.
Hoping for the best for ya. May the Force be with you.0