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Since you know you have feelings for him, I think you should talk to him about it. It could go two ways: he could tell you that he likes you as more than a hook up too and you guys could develop a relationship, or he could want to just stay hookup friends. As far as the staring and not staring part, he might like you and just does not know how to act when he sees you. Guys are just as shy when it comes to talking to girls they like as we are with the guys we like. My best advice would be to spend some more time with him and see more of how he acts.
So in that sense, yes, he is “just being a stupid boy.” Also, he probably didn’t know you were joking when you asked for that picture – he probably thought you really wanted it! A lot of guys will sext with girls they aren’t interested in simply because they want naked pictures.Second, guys are very literal about everything, so if you agreed to be just hook up buddies, that’s all he’s going to think of you as, someone he hooks up with.This doesn’t mean that he doesn’t like you, but he could just like you because you guys are hooking up, nothing more. He smiles wen he sees me, always stares at me, but sometimes whenever he sees me around him, he tries to stay out of my sight… – From Anonymous Hi Anonymous, I’m not sure what you mean by “he made me his friend.” Hopefully you are friends with him because you like him as a person and like spending time with him.He Sent Me A Picture Of His Penis – Does That Mean He Likes Me?This guy and I have been going to school together for four years now, and we only just started talking last week. One day, he said “send me a picture of your legs,” and I did not really pay any attention, and he then said “what picture do you want me to send?
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