Okay, I will be as quick as I can.There's this guy who's one year older that I've knwon since the begining of the year. Well the thing is that we started to have little conversations during classes and he would tease/make fun of me (I must admit I'm a little joker too) so there was like a good feeling between us.One day I found myself smiling as soon as he entered the room (yeah, I started to see him as more than a friend) and besides him I started to behave more shy than I usually do.One day as I was entering into the room I bumped into him. And instead of saying 'hey', he just like stroked my lower cheek with the tip of his fingers. It was something that really caught me by surprise so I just look down. I couldn't look him in the eyes (but I can tell he was)...I just wonder why did he do that? Why would you do such a thing?I'm not an introverted person but it takes me time to trust somebody and start to have more physicall contact (like hugging and stuff) and it's not like he and I have been friends for a long long time.
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reader, CindyCares + ♥, writes (31 August 2014): I do not put generally too much trust into reading " signs " - particularly from a distance , and particularly ONE isolated sign.
" Signs " can mean everything , and the opposite of everything, according to different contexts, personalities, cultures etc. The same look or touch or word .. may mean that a guy is in love with you , or ... that he is blind drunk.
But, will all these provisos,- as an instinctive impression, I'd say the guy digs you, and more than just a little. Touching someone's face is something very intimate and affectionate, plus, since you two aren't that close... it feels like it was an irrestible impulse- he just could not help himself, he HAD to touch you .
Now , please do not go buy your wedding bands yet because I said he likes you- but I think, things are really looking up ( if you like him too, that is ).
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