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Second-guessing is only going to get you into trouble. If you like this guy then ask him out for a drink or coffee. If he doesn't appear interested then you'll have your answer. Don't live on "what ifs" or second-guess anyone because you could be wrong. Take the chance!

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He could be hainging around her if he is interested in you, because he wants to appear to you that he is desirable or he is shy around you, but wants you to see that he is able to talk to her. He doesn't want to look like a loner. He could very well like you.

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