Okay so I'm absolutely head over heels for this one guy. I've known him for almost 4 years now, but I didn't start falling for him until about 4 months ago. Even if he liked me back there's no way he could tell me due to a certain moral and social barrier that partially has to do with age. I am legally an adult, but even so, he's 10 years older than me. a few months after I realized my feelings for him, he started acting differently towards me. He started talking to me more, and he hasn't gotten my name wrong for months (he used to say my name wrong, now he always gets it right). He also keeps telling me about new art shows and contests, saying i should try entering them (we're boths sculpture 'tards) which he never used to do. Then today, we had a meeting and my friend who knows how much I like the guy convinced me to sit next to him. Of course I couldn't help myself from glancing over from time to time, mostly out of the corner of my eye so as to not seem suspicious, and I realized he was very fidgety. He kept twirling his thumbs and shuffling his feet. he usually doesn't do that.
He likes you, but he is uncomfortable with it
Why don't you suggest hanging out or something? Not as a date, of course, but you could ask for help on a sculpture, or go get coffee or something innocent like that. See how he reacts, especially at the end of the outing.
He likes you
How did you two meet?
Also, I think you should know that he fantasizes about you when he masturbates. He thinks it is kind of wrong but he does it anyway, and it makes him even more excited. lol
>>4 through my highschool. He graduated from the same school I was going to. He would come in everyday to assist our sculpture teacher who was close to retiring (the same teacher that had taught him years before).
>>3 No sculpture help, it's too business-related for a date setting. Going for coffee is a good idea.
>>7 i would love to go for coffee, however there's two problems with that, one: saying "lets have coffee sometime" sounds too much like a date invitation (although that could just be my imagination) and two: he doesn't like coffee. he's a tea man.
>>8 Simple solution, find a tea place. (Don't coffeehouses often have tea, anyway?) If you can't find a tea place, consider Japanese/Chinese restaurants that will have tea and a peaceful, bland atmosphere.