A friend of mine is generally quite energetic and flirty, to many people.
Thing is, it's hard to tell if she has much special interest in me. When we chat, she gets super excited and leans pretty close, staring right into my eyes. She seems to touch a lot, too, but it's hard to tell if she's just touchy-feely. She usually jumps at the chance to hug me and always says "love ya!" every time we split ways.
We also "went out" once I suppose. It was hard to tell if it was a date, since neither of us really "date" traditionally. She paid for me, though, right off the bat.
I mean, from that paragraph, it seems obvious, but you'd have to know her in person. It's kinda confusing, and I would rather not get the wrong idea and get burned by it.
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I'm a huge "flirt" as well, though it's completely unintentional. That's just how I am with people I'm friendly with. I love hugging, cuddling, sharing food, physical contact, spooning, lap-sitting and snuggling in general. If I make eye contact with someone while talking to them, I'm just making sure they are paying attention, and showing them that I trust them as a person. On the "love ya" note, that's how I say goodbye to all of my friends, male or female, accompanied by a big hug, or me jumping in to their arms and them spinning me around (if they are stronger than me).
So, If I were to judge based on the first paragraph alone, I would say that she doesn't necessarily have romantic feelings for you. I do "date" kind of often, but I would never pay for a date, especially not with someone I really like. However, if I like someone, but am not on a date with them, I will only pay for them if I really care about them. So because of that, I would say there's hope. If she pays for your meal and hers, and it's not a date, or your birthday, or something she's celebrating, she could very well like you.0