What signs are there of that a girl is in love with you?

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    Originally posted by Govtcheez
    Corner her someplace private, like a broom closet or the bathroom. Remember, no means yes.
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    Originally posted by Govtcheez
    Corner her someplace private, like a broom closet or the bathroom. Remember, no means yes.
    And in the off-chance of a muffled scream...well that's a yes, too.

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    Originally posted by Magos
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    it's only rape if they both dont want it
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    Originally posted by the Wookie



    it's only rape if they both dont want it
    just kidding
    "blink if you want it"

    anyway... a sure sign of wether or not a girl may be interested is any type of lag... if they tend to hang around you more than anybody else or they kinda drag away (the eye thing, she touches your shoulder, she'll drag her hand off it) then you definately have an open invitation to try to get things moving... but don't wait too long and don't move too fast... always remember that she made the first moves...
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    Originally posted by Xei
    Perhaps it is because I am shy, perhaps it is because I sit at my computer all day, perhaps it is because I don't make very good conversation with others, perhaps it is because I do not like to hold their hands all day long... who knows . In any case, ask her out, what bad could possibly come of it? (Unless if she is like the girl who went out with my step brother. When he broke up with her she broke into his house while he was sleeping, posted pictures of themselves together all over his room, and left a note saying she would never leave him... in that case arm yourself to stay safe from the psycho-bi*ch).
    damn, some people just need to let go..

    haha... I don't get why people have to hold hands all day. Especially those that are like, I haven't seen by bf/gf in half an hour. geeze, it's not the end of the world if you weren't holding hands for a few hours of the day in which you don't have a class together.

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    Corner her someplace private, like a broom closet or the bathroom. Remember, no means yes.
    LOL broom closet.

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    >>haha... I don't get why people have to hold hands all day.

    Me neither, it's frusterating holding someones hand, plus it doesn't make any sense to me.
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    I don't think it depends on her... it's your decision:

    Do you like her enough to go out with her ?

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    Originally posted by Govtcheez
    Corner her someplace private, like a broom closet or the bathroom. Remember, no means yes.
    LMAO

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    Originally posted by Xei
    >>haha... I don't get why people have to hold hands all day.
    Me neither, it's frusterating holding someones hand, plus it doesn't make any sense to me.
    It's how they show they care. There are four (maybe five, can't remember) ways to express love:

    1. Physical contact (Holding hands, being close, etc.)
    2. Gifts (Flowers, candy, etc.)
    3. Deeds of Service (Doing something nice for her, etc.)
    4. Quality time (Taking long walks, etc.)

    Find out the ways that your partner likes. Then use those ways to keep her happy.

    Make more sense now? Personally I like contact. I love holding hands... and other parts No, seriously I could hold hands and be close all day.

    Now I just gotta find my match...

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    the good old days! I'm glad that I am married and past all this crap. Anyway I agree with nvoigt
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    Originally posted by GoodStuff
    It's how they show they care. There are four (maybe five, can't remember) ways to express love:

    1. Physical contact (Holding hands, being close, etc.)
    2. Gifts (Flowers, candy, etc.)
    3. Deeds of Service (Doing something nice for her, etc.)
    4. Quality time (Taking long walks, etc.)

    Find out the ways that your partner likes. Then use those ways to keep her happy.

    Make more sense now? Personally I like contact. I love holding hands... and other parts No, seriously I could hold hands and be close all day.

    Now I just gotta find my match...

    Gus
    It makes sense to show affection for each other by holding hands. But when you hear all the high school people complain because they haven't seen their bf/gf in the last 20 min, it gets annoying when you hear this about 5 times in one 5 min passing period.

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    Every relationship with a female that I have ever had has been unsuccessful. Perhaps it is because I am shy, perhaps it is because I sit at my computer all day, perhaps it is because I don't make very good conversation with others, perhaps it is because I do not like to hold their hands all day long... who knows . In any case, ask her out, what bad could possibly come of it? (Unless if she is like the girl who went out with my step brother. When he broke up with her she broke into his house while he was sleeping, posted pictures of themselves together all over his room, and left a note saying she would never leave him... in that case arm yourself to stay safe from the psycho-bi*ch).
    I'm exactly the same way. I don't want to tell you what to do, but you should read books on the psychology of relationships, and psychology of self confidence etc. You'll learn that unless you change your ways, you may be like this for the rest of your life.

    I'm assuming you're still young. And any bad habit can be unbroken.

    And again, I'm just trying to give you advice, because I'm the same way, and I'm trying to change my personality with women.

    I've gotten some of the video cassettes at this site.
    www.briantracy.com

    Also a good book is "How to win friends and influence people."

    You'll learn that most girls just want men to make them feel special about themselves. They want someone to talk to, and someone that will make them laugh and that will spend time with them.


    I just thought I'd mention this, because it has helped me out in life.

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    just ask her out
    if she says no your no worse off than before you asked her.
    if she says yes, then hey you got a woman.

    its a win or break even situation
    or at least thats how i always look at it.

    govt cheese suggestion was good too.
    yum, yum potatoes!!!!!

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