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Why do guys want girls to make the first move?


 

 

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.”

 

Decoded: Guys 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.

 

Your Move: Put on your best outfit and be the greatest flirter you can be. Make it obvious you’re into him and hopefully the feelings are mutual.  But, make sure you’re not too forward. We don’t recommend goin’ up to your crush and planting a big one on him in math class. If approaching a guy still seems a little nerve-wracking, make yourself approachable. Big groups of girls are intimidating, so walk down the hallway or cafeteria line solo. Give him a chance to make his move. You just might snag one before schools out for summer.
 
 

BY MARISA DUNN ON 5/11/2012 3:00:00 PM

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