5. Take a cue from Taylor Swift. Throw it back to her classic "I'm Only Me When I'm With You" and channel her goofy, fun-loving personality. It's exactly what guys mean when they say, "Confidence is sexy."
Seek out common interests. This is key to approaching her without her dying to leave. If you both like soccer, comment on a recent game. If you both like a popular show, talk about last night's episode. But keep in mind, girls hate it when boys lie to seem interesting. And they will find out. Do not lie and say you absolutely love to watch a certain show and then get caught in a question any dedicated viewer would know.
Be real, don't fake it. If she can't accept you for who you are, then she doesn't deserve you.
Make eye contact. Look her way, but don't stare! If your eyes meet, don't lower your eyes in humility. Lock your eyes with her pretty ones and you'll find it hard to look away. Just make sure your eyes are not bugged out. Keep them relaxed, add a smile, even a little wave. This will show you're interested.
13. Ask them out "by accident."
You have no obligation to flirt with her. You like her. So make it your own experience. If you both are giggling, smiling, and having fun, then you're doing it right.
If it's awkward, laugh about it. Say, "Well this is awkward.
14. Check out their clothes and ask about the sports team, band, or brand on his T-shirt. They'll notice that you noticed.
13. Ask them out "by accident." Text them "What r u up to tonite?" When they reply, say, "Sorry that was for a friend—but yeah, what r u doing?" The tiny diss will make them work harder.
Start a conversation. It can be in the classroom, in the hall, outside, anywhere. Just as long as she isn't already engaged in one, you can start a light conversation.
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