I finally got the courage to add him, and after we talked a little he denied that he recognizes from school even though he was the first to notice me.
That left quite empty and discouraged, cause there is nothing I can talk to him about that wouldn't make me seem like a creeper chasing him.
Most Helpful Guys
You'll have greater regret in not sharing those feelings in the coming future. I would recommend you tell him. If he rejects you and thinks negatively of you, you wouldn't even want someone like that as a friend. And if he ridicules you, then you DEFINITELY don't want him as a friend. His response to your feelings will dictate whether or not he is worth your time. I say this the nicest way I can... Please, have more respect for yourself :) Your question seems to imply that you want to do anything possible to keep him in your life. Honestly, that's unhealthy. Cut the ties that weigh you down. If he sees you negatively after your confession, you shouldn't want him, at all. It would be self-destructive. And you deserve better... Someone who will see you in a positive light, someone who will respect you for having shared those feelings. Go for it.
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It's worth it. If he rejects you at least you can move on and maybe find someone that won't.
Think of it this way: you continue to crush on him for another month. And in that month you meet a guy that's interested in you, but you don't pay attention to him cause you're focused on this guy. Then you finally ask him out and get rejected, but the guy that was intersted in you has already found someone else.
Waiting is basically a waste of time.
Most Helpful Girl
No it's not. It's the worst kind of pain imaginable.