Teen Dating

How do you make a move on a guy you like?

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2014-05-19 23:13:38
2014-05-19 23:13:38

Just be yourself because that is what he should like and then when it is the right time make a move there isn't a specific right time I could tell you. You just know when it's right.

Well I think you should just be yourself and start a conversation with him. You might want to ask questions like what does he do for fun and stuff like that or tell him something funny or embarrassing that has happened to you, to show him you trust him.

I think that you should talk about a class you guys have together and if his friend is in the class bring him up and maybe say, "You and (insert friends name) were great in that game yesterday" He would probably be like yeah me and him… And you guys would maybe laugh about something he says about him. Then after he laughs just stare at him and he'll be like what and you'll be like nothing and then smile and bite your lip and look away. And then if he puts his arm around you or tries to hold your hand or touches your face lean in for the kiss. But if he doesn't do any of those things maybe it is not the right time. Because usually a boy would be like what and laugh cause your just smiling and staring at them and then you play the nothing game like oh nothing and then maybe he would just stare back and you could lean in for the kiss or maybe he would hold your hand or your waist you know. Definitely do not say something embarrassing about yourself always talk highly of yourself boys don't like the girl that's like I tripped over a girl and spilled my lunch all over myself then he might be like this isn't the girl for me.

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After you bond with the guy you like, once you have done that then make your move.

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personally i like it when the guy does the first move. but its all up to what you like .

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