I know shy guys have trouble making the first move. I'm curious if making the first move is easier for them if they already know the girl likes them.
I think I have made my interest pretty clear. I haven't made a move or anything like that, but I have done things like:
become very smiley/giggly out of nervousness
I smile a lot around him
I have made an effort to show him that I remember things about him
being engaged while talking to him
asking questions about him and not just talking about myself
It should be pretty obvious I like him right?
Because my interest in him is decently apparent it shouldn't be too tough for him to make a move (if he wants to) right?
Or am I wrong?
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With us ultra introverts it can be damn near impossible to approach you girls.
But if you've given very clear, and big, green lights then we try our hardest ...but only if the signals are very consistent.
You girls need to give us signs each and every time you see us; I really like a girl in my school, and I think she likes me, but I can't be sure because she gives me all signals, but then next when I see her she doesn't give me any signals.
And then there are those guys that think you are just being friendly, and then there are us guys that have had enough of girls that flirt with us but have boyfriends at home ...yeah, I don't go that route. I see signals from multiple girls all the time at my school, but because of those girls (I've been burnt in the past by that) I don't approach anymore1