Im just moving up the street , so its not a big deal.
But the neighborhood I live in now has the boy i like in it.
We are pretty good friends and stuff and i THINK [not 100%] sure that he used to like me and we used to hangout like every weekend.
Everytime i say that im moving or not gonna ride the bus him and his friends will all say " YAY!"
but then online or alone he doesnt act like hes gonna miss me but he doesnt act like he wants me to leave.
but do you think the guy i like might miss me??
Because hes always trying to be around me , its weird.
DiNOxTHUNDER answered Saturday October 14 2006, 4:02 am: i think he will miss you.he is prolly only acting like that near his friends because alot of guys dont have enough guts to say what they feel.just keep in tough with him,and be friends,and you may find out that he likes you back.good luck.=D [ DiNOxTHUNDER's advice column | Ask DiNOxTHUNDER A Question ]
godslildevil777 answered Saturday October 14 2006, 3:51 am: yea hun i think he likes you. after you move, go to his house every once in a while and hang out with him or show him where your new place is. maybe something good will come out of it ^.^
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XkittyOkatX answered Saturday October 14 2006, 2:24 am: I think he's just trying to impress your friends or mess around with you. I'm pretty sure he'll miss you somewhat fi he's always trying to hang out with you.
About him and his friends, just respond with something like
*tear* I'm hurt. (sarcastic, of course)
or something like.. 'well I'm glad to be moving away from you guys!'
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