This beautiful girl in my college psychology class we made eyes at each other on the first day and she hardly did it the second day of class.
She sat to the left of me across the room and up a row, the second day of class she moved over to my side to the left of me up two rows and sat by a girl she was talking to, a friend perhaps.
Did she only look once because she was with a friend and it would be embarrassing? and it would be obvious if she looked back at me and it might seem weird? She seemed slightly shy/awkward about looking glancing at me both times the first day she did it several times once on the second day.
The psychology ptofessor was lecturing most of the time and we took notes but at the end of class when we were walking out to the parking lot she was in front of me and I was behind her. Wouldn't you think if she was interested she would have purposely let me catch up to her?
I was going to ask her how she was liking psychology so far and introduce myself, what do you ladies think I should do?
And do you think she was just shy or embarrassed at looking back at me? Intimidated? Or just scared?She is a little bigger than most girls, and I'm fit but I think she is extremely beautiful and she seems so sweet so maybe it could be that she thinks I won't be interested in her?
Do you think she could be interested in me? Or just find me attractive?
Thanks ladies for being patient with me I appreciate you taking the time to read this, you Gag women are the glue that holds this site together!
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- She's embarrassed to turn around and look at you, especially with a friend by her.
- She just finds me attractive.
- It's weird turning around to look at a guy when the professor is lecturing.
- It is to soon to tell.
I'm 20 years old, would you give a younger man a chance given you liked him and he was mature enough for a relationship with you?
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You forgot to add these options:
(F.) She doesn't like you.
(G.) She doesn't know you exist and was actually making eyes at the person sitting next to you.
(H.) She was staring at you - but only because you look like her third cousin once removed, and she was trying to figure out if you were him.
The answers you supplied basically assume she likes you when we don't know for sure if that is the case.
Anyway, it's definitely too soon to tell. You are making wild assumptions based on only about two hours of lecture time with her. That's like me trying to figure out who will win the next presidential election by polling two people. You might be able form a solid opinion after the next several WEEKS of classes.
"Wouldn't you think if she was interested she would have purposely let me catch up to her?"
Maybe, maybe not. She knows she's going to see you at the next lecture.1