I've always kinda like this guy but he's popular and all around perfect (and perfectly imperfect)... he's now in my school play with me and i'm a total nerd but we've been talking and he's single (his gf of like 5 years and him broke up last yr) and homecoming is approaching (Oct 18) should i do anything special to suggest he ask me or that i'm availible? or should I not even bother, considering he's popular and i'm just one of those in the middle girls, friends with popular kids and unpopular kids but kinda leaning towards the unpopular a bit more... what should i do?
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I don't know what the social system is at your school, but in my case I suppose I'm a bit more popular, but I'm not a jock or anything like that. The thing is if anyone asked me I would probably say yes, it's that I don't know at all if somebody likes me. Remember guys are clueless. Honestly, I would just go for it, ask him to homecoming yourself. He will be flattered you want to go with him and will probably say yes. If he doesn't want to go then he won't go. And if he's a jerk about it then he was never worth it in the first place.
The best advice I have is that if you have the feeling and the opportunity, express yourself. The things I regret the most in my life are the things I never did. Even if at the moment things seem to have gotten worse, they really didn't, just give it time, because letting people know how you feel is always better than keeping it hidden.
I know it can feel really nervous or whatnot to do what I'm suggesting, but now that I look back at moments I felt like that, they really weren't that ominous or weird and I have never regretted anything that I said I felt because that's what I felt and there was no changing it.
Even if it doesn't work, its better to know that it won't work and move on then to think it might work and linger on for a long time.
He will find your confidence very attractive, trust me, I would.1
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