so the guy I like used to be so mean to me like calling me stupid then he started giving compliments then he just started to apologize a lot then he stopped talking to me and only stared at me every once in awhile. then he started flirting with this other girl like three days ago(I think i’m not sure if it was flirting) and now he’s totally ignoring me….and today his friends told him to get a girls number(I guess) and he ended up getting some older girls number in the class I have with him….and his friends were saying like he's a player and that he should ask her out and if he was going to call her but even tho I know he said “dude i’ve known her since like kindergarden so no….” I still think that he's kind of a jerk or trying to hurt me or something but idk….but seriously what does all this mean?….idk should I just give up….?
- Keep trying he might still like me....Vote A
- Give up he's just a player....Vote B
- I could do better....Vote C
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No you should not give up. This is what happened guy likes girl and can't think of what to say so easiest way to talk is to tease her. Guy feels guilrty about teasing girl because he likes her so starts being friendly. Guy oppolijizes to girl a lot because he thinks he might have hurt the girl with his teasing. Guy realizes nothing he is doing is working s he moves onto someone else but still likes girl.when a guy is talking to you no matter what he is doing if its more then a cupple of times he enjoys your company and likes being around you.if the girl doesn't respond after a while the guy thinks you don't like him. All you have to do is say I would like to do something with you jack. Or what ever his first name is and you solve the whole problem. Smile when you say this. The guy will say yes. I can tell I'm a guy. Do this and you'll have him. Go to a caffe or a cool resturaunt. Take this out of school and you can move it to the next level. All the attention negative and positive were all different techneaks to talk to you. The ignoring was the frustration that none of them got you to like him. (So he thought) let him no you realy did like him.1