Ok, a while back, i had one of my friends ask the boy i like if he knew who i was. We didnt really know eachother but i wanted to know if he knew who i was or not. He said yes. Then a couple weeks later a different friend of mine told him that i liked him and she asked him if he knew me. I dont why she asked him this again when i already knew but o well. Anyways, he said he didnt know me. The fist time he said he did know me and then when he found out that i liked him he said he didnt know me. Does that mean he dosent like me?
MelLeDisko answered Friday January 26 2007, 4:49 am: He probably knows of how you are, but whenever he says he doesn't "know you", he might mean personally. He just means he can't really see if he likes you or not because he doesn't know your personality and everything. This is why you should try getting to know him better. :] Next time you're near him, make conversation ; say hi. If any of your friends are friends with him, make a hang out together. That way you can hang with him, but it won't just be the two of you alone and it will be more comfortable.
Just show him the real you and find out the real him and just get to know eachother better. Crack a few jokes, ask him his interests, hobbies, etc. And just show him how great you are!
Bestfriendswithimforever answered Friday January 26 2007, 2:48 am: NO this does not mean that he doesnt like you, it might mean that he is a little uncomfortable with people randomly coming up to him, to deliver information on a person he doenst know personally. I say you should say hi to him yourself. From my experience, you should keep your friends out of it. If you want some information from the boy, ask him yourself, the key to that is: ask the right questions, and dont be obvious about it. When the boy was asked the first time, and he acknowledged that he knew who u were, then that is his answer. SO , keep his attention, and talk to him yourself. Most likely, if you focus, and stay smart, then you should have a love interest, or at least a very good friend soon
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