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(I'm in high school btw) I just met a guy who I've caught staring and when he overheard someone say my name he turned to look for me. I know the question may be immature, but I don't know what to think. Anyway, do you think he might be interested?

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Ancient Hippy Profile
Ancient Hippy answered

He very well could be.

Bikergirl Anonymous Profile

Now that is impossible to say with just a 'look' in your general direction. No one can even remotely guess if a guy is looking at you because he feels you are 'interesting' or 'special' or 'different than anyone else in the room' .. But, my guess is .. In high school  most guys are generally 'interested' in any female looking in their general direction or shows any level of interest.  You won't know until you talk to him or he talks to you .. So that you can gain enough 'conversational' cues to know for certain if he is genuinely 'interested' in you

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Sapphire  Ocean
Sapphire Ocean commented
I achually have talked to him, whenever he sees me he makes a point to say hello. But hasn't asked me for my number, I'm guessing because I barely know him or maybe he's shy. I agree, it's nearly impossible to tell:/
Sapphire  Ocean
Sapphire Ocean commented
I achually have talked to him, whenever he sees me he makes a point to say hello. But hasn't asked me for my number, I'm guessing because I barely know him or maybe he's shy. I agree, it's nearly impossible to tell:/
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PJ Stein answered

Next time he looks towards you smile. If he smiles back I would bet he is interested.

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Sapphire  Ocean
Sapphire Ocean commented
Okay I will, thank you:) I usually do.... but if that means he likes me how do I move forward without seeming TOO forward?
PJ Stein
PJ Stein commented
Just make polite conversation so he feels comfortable around you. Ask how he is, or if he has the same teacher ask about a test or homework.
Sapphire  Ocean
Sapphire Ocean commented
Okay, thank you

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