Because of this, you automatically assume that every guy just wants to be your friend, so when a guy is You’re clumsy AF.That means that things like heels will always make you stumble, and being the center of attention will never leave you in a flattering light.Brave-ish: Stalk your mutual friend's Facebook wall for interactions with your crush and use this as entrée into a casual but investigative conversation about the possibilities of your future together. "Awkward: Decide that you've shared a real moment and then leave the environment immediately.Ex.: "Hahaha who is that person who left that Game of Thrones supercut on your wall, have we met, also are they single hahahahaha."Awkward: Drop their name into conversation with your mutual friend, apropos of nothing. Formulate the perfect "Missed Connection" on your way home, but then just scroll through Tumblr for a few hours instead. You can do this by going up to them and saying, "Can I buy you a drink?
Brave: Tell them directly that you'd like to move from friends to more than friends, because you're mature, responsible adults who respect each other. Never underestimate the power of the accidental arm graze. Brave-ish: Like their statuses and/or fave their tweets just a liiiiittle bit more than you would for anyone whom you also like but don't want to sleep with. Awkward: Late one night when you've been drinking and are wearing pajamas, open their Facebook profile and click every picture they have ever been tagged in.
It’s a never-ending cycle and you just wish you could break free. You don’t wait an appropriate amount of time to text back and you could never hide your overwhelming infatuation.
You’re not just awkward socially, but physically too. You spend the entire time wondering if you’re doing it right or if he’s noticing how unnatural you are, and that’s just hugging. No one has ever accused you of playing mind games, because frankly you just wouldn’t know how. You’re a one of a kind girl yourself, therefore you need a guy who loves you because of all your quirks, not despite them.
Brave: Utilize the happy hour to your best ability, whether it means your suggesting one in the first place, or transitioning from one into after-hours activities. Maybe you would also like to start getting to work and leaving work around these times? " (Unless it is their party, because that would be confusing. " Brave: You basically have a built-in date, and that is the study session.
In that case, just linger endlessly.)Brave-ish: Drink semi-heavily. Extend an invitation their way and then pretend to be very surprised when no one else shows up.