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How can I approach him without making a fool of myself?

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Question - (31 December 2010) 2 Answers - (Newest, 1 January 2011)
A female United States age 22-25, anonymous writes:

So i like this guy, he's a lot like me, shy backward and is very quiet. I asked him out a couple weeks ago online and he never said no. I see him looking at me all the time, along with his friends. No, I haven't approached him in school, and the reason is him looking at me. I'm afraid if he is trying to get the nerve to talk to me I don't want to catch him off guard. I'm wondering if he's into me, and if so how should I approach him without taking him by surprise and making a fool of myself.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (1 January 2011):

just go to his locker after school before school or between and start talking to him about what he likes then ask him nicely hope this helps:)

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A reader, anonymous, writes (1 January 2011):

I'll safely assume youre in high school. If so, approach him in between classes. When he's at his locker, chances are youd get some one on one time with him and can be straight and ask him out. Thats natural to me and definitely wouldnt scare me off. Good luck.

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