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Well lately I've noticed that guys like more and more. That's great...but...none of them live near me! Only one guy who has been interested in me lives in my state (I meet most of them on vacation or at events) and he lives maybe two or more hours away from my hometown! Why don't any of the guys in my HOMETOWN like me?
I think it’s very likely that guys in your hometown do like you. They’re just less likely to make it known, because if you reject them, they’ll still have to see you all the time.
Think about it: if you meet some cute guy when you’re on vacation, you’re probably more likely to act flirty and make it known you think he’s hot than you are with a guy at home, right? So the same goes for boys. When they know they’ll see you all the time, they’re not going to make it obvious they like you in case you don’t like them. Try acting a little more flirty with guys in your hometown. Once they see you’re interested, they’ll probably reciprocate.
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POSTED ON 2/1/2010 7:00:00 AM
POSTED IN dating advice, long distance love
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