A situation where both of you are sitting down together, and there are no other friends around. If you’re hanging out with this person, and you’re confused about what’s on their mind, use these 12 signs to read their mind without really asking them any questions about their intentions.
#1 Nervousness. Is your friend nervous? *more nervous, fidgety and awkward than usual* If your friend likes you, there’s a good chance that they’re subtly trying to impress you without making it obvious.
#2 Good time? Your friend asks you if you’re having a nice time during the date. They don’t say things like “this place sucks” or “man, I’m so bored”. Instead, they specifically ask for your opinion.
And if you mention that the food isn’t good or the place isn’t nice, your friend may even say something like “I’m going to make sure I don’t bring you here again…” They may actually behave like it’s their fault you hate the place!
#3 Dressed up and cleaned up. Is your friend all spruced up and looking like a shiny penny, when you clearly know what they’re wearing while hanging out isn’t regular hanging out attire? Well, perhaps, they’ve got a date on their mind.
#4 Questions and answers. Hanging out together would suddenly start to feel like an interview or a round of 20 questions. If your friend likes you, they’d want to know everything about you.
#5 Of exes and flings. Does your friend talk about their exes or current crushes, even if you didn’t give them any reason to bring the topic up? Talking about other love interests is a pretty good sign that your friend just wants to hang out with you.
On the other hand, if you want to stay within the friend zone, just talk about your current squeeze or someone you have a crush on. Your friend will definitely get the hint.
#6 It’s a fancy date restaurant. You’re not a foodie, and neither is your friend, but yet, both of you are in a place that seems extravagant. If the place seems too posh to feel like a comfortable hangout, perhaps your friend is trying to worm their way into your heart through good wine and food.
#7 Touchy friends. Does your friend try to touch you often even when there’s absolutely no reason or requirement for the touch? If a friend likes you, whether they’re trying to be discreet or otherwise, they’d have a hard time holding themselves back from trying to get their hands on you.
#8 Compliments. Friends compliment each other, yes. But they don’t shower you with compliments about your personality or your appearance, and follow it up with an awkward pause, and a sappy stare.
And let’s not even get to flirting, because that’s just a straight sign that your friend is just hitting on you instead of hanging out with you.
#9 The conversation. The conversation revolves around just the two of you. Both of you aren’t talking about other friends, funny events at work, or anything else. Unknowingly, the conversation just revolves around the both of you trying to get to know each other, intimate details and all.
#10 Apologies. Your friend apologizes for the silliest of things. “Sorry… I HAD to answer that call”, “I’m sorry you didn’t like the place”, “I’m sorry I wasn’t much fun…” Perhaps, your friend is just courteous, but bigger chances are, they’re just trying to win your heart.
#11 Paying the bill. Are both of you going dutch and splitting the bill, or is one person paying for it? This isn’t a particularly effective way to predict the date-o-meter, but if the guy insists or even puts up a fight that he wants to get the bill, maybe, just maybe, he’s trying to impress you.
#12 Thank you! Friends don’t thank another friend for having a good time while hanging out! They just laugh, wave goodbye and walk away. And even if there is some thanking involved at the end of the hanging-out/date, there’s a clear difference between “I had an awesome time, we should do this again!” and “Thank you for a wonderful time. I’d love to see you again…”
– Cheryl James/Lovepanky
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