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His answer: Nabil O., 15 says,
“Guys are not as confident as you girls think! We get nervous and can be
insecure. Girls making the first moves assures us you’re interested. Plus, it
screams confidence, which is always a plus.”
aren’t always as cool and collected as they make themselves seem. Girls make
‘em sweat! They’re also not into games—they want to make sure you’re interested. Most importantly, guys love a gal with guts.
A girl makin’ the first move is way attractive.
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