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What does it mean if you like a guy and you and your friend were walking behind him and he slowed down so you could walk with him?

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He might want to see why Ur behind him or he could like u so yeah

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It appears he likes one of you girls. It's a good sign, but the question is ... which one of you is he interested in? If you like him, ask him out because if you don't someone else will. Good luck Marcy

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