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How do I get to know him so I can tell/show him how I feel? Please give me advice on how to approach this?

How do I get to know him so I can tell/show him how I feel? Please give me advice on how to approach this? Topic: Funny facts about homework
June 16, 2019 / By Alton
Question: There's this guy at school and he's beautiful and funny and I like him so much, and I just don't think that I can deal with the fact that we're not friends any longer. We have mutual friends and we hang around the same people and lunch but we've barely spoken to each other so I don't really know him at all, we're both fairly quiet generally and he doesn't really say things for the sake of having something to say, and I'm the same. But every time I look at him I just want to go up to him and tell him he's beautiful and that I like him, and every time I see he's online on Facebook I really want to talk to him but I don't know what to say. I'm not very good at getting people to like me because I can come off as very closed off when I'm awkward, so basically no one has ever had a crush on me. So my chances of him liking me are so low and I literally don't know what to do and how to get to know him and then just hug him or kiss him or whatever, because that's what I feel like doing. Is it socially acceptable to just message him on FB and tell him that we've been hanging around each other for ages and I want to get to know him better now, and that I find it hard to talk to people in real life sometimes which is why I'm messaging him on FB? Or is that desperate? Sorry for the long post, but I really need to get this out and I really want someone's opinion, because I don't want to scare him away.
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Thea Thea | 10 days ago
Starting a conversation on fb is a good idea, ask him something vague about your friend group/homework to start with. Like 'what was the homework again?' or 'you going to the party at the weekend' and if the conversation keeps going for a long while you know it's going somewhere. Then you can start to say 'hey' and stuff at school then have conversations at school but take it slowly don't rush into things
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