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  • My solution is to just never leave the house and meet people. That way I can avoid awkward interactions.

  • nunser

    The solution to that situation is to awkwardly overreact in the extreme (flailing your arms and run away screaming, for example)(Good example). When you meet her again… well, the situation CAN'T be more awkward than what you did last time, so it'll be ok and you can talk normal again (and she probably will open the conversation with a "wtf" so you don't have to break the ice).
    If it doesn't work and you still can't talk, do something even more awkward (start juggling your clothes). By the fourth or fifth time doing this either she'll stop talking to you or you'll realize after everything you did it's a lost cause and she will never look at you with a feeling other than extreme distrust, apprehension and curiosity (what will he do next…).
    If she starts juggling her clothes too, you'll know she feels the same.
    Either way, case solved.

  • xXSPMCXx

    So, you ARE following us!

  • Octothorpe

    Aww… what about the (invisible) bread? Where are you (invisible) brea?

  • Oraticus

    Do ladies register the root cause of this reaction when it happens? I have to know… are they just oblivious when a guy starts acting strange because he realizes he has feelings for a girl, or are they a particular kind of sadistic and like to toy with their new victim, like a cat batting around a mouse? After all, guys are rarely masters of subtlety and subterfuge… you would think the idiot expression on our faces and slack-jawed babbling were the emotional equivalent of big, blinking neon signs indicating our shift in perspective toward the girl.

    We need an answer… for science!

    • Morgan

      Unless he says "hey, I kinda like you", we usually have no idea. It goes both ways, how many times have you sat up in the middle of the night, realizing "omg, she was flirting with me?!?"

    • weegee93

      and for the good of society!!!!!!!!! XD XD XD

  • I know this feel, bro. As in, currently in the middle of it.

  • weegee93

    this has happened to me, like, 5 times before!!!! XD

  • sheridankane

    tfw she doesn't feel the same way 🙁

  • Alan

    You got mine!

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  • Madame Kagamine

    I can relate I think.

  • Madeline

    I can totally relate to this comic!

  • TehJoosh

    I remember when this happened to me…
    I became randomly shy. When I finally worked up the courage to ask her to the school dance, I found out that she already had a date.
    So instead, at the dance, I played video games with my friend.