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    If He's Flirtatious, Is He Interested?

    I recently made friends with a guy from my class and we are very flirtatious with each other. I want him to ask me out or make a move, but I don’t know how to bridge that next step. If he was interested, would he have made his move already, or does he just like flirting with me to lead me on?

    Dear Flirtatious, it sounds to me like he is interested or he would not flirt with you. He may have other things holding him back from asking you out; he could already be in a relationship and just enjoy the harmless flirting, or he could have recently ended a relationship and not be ready for something else. It would be important to find that out. I do think that if he is genuinely interested, he will ask you out. Give it a little more time. If it goes on endlessly, you can either stop flirting back or ask him directly what all the flirting is about. Whatever you do, do not ask him out. Flirty followed by asking a guy out communicates DTF (if you don't know the term look it up in Urban Dictionary).

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