“Find out a little bit about him: things he likes, places he goes a lot, stuff like that. Try doing a few of those things and going to a few of those places, that way when you talk to him, you’ll have at least one thing in common to talk about.
It’d be great if he comes up and talks to you, but sometimes you have to take the initiative! Once he sees that you’ve got a few things in common, he will take more interest in you, and then all you have to do is be yourself.”
“Try to get involved with whatever he is doing. If he is in a group or organization, join it! If it’s something you can’t do, learn how and fast. If you have an excuse to be around him in a social setting, you’ll have more chances to develop a relationship with him.
If he’s not in any groups, you need to find a way to connect with him somewhere, somehow. Don’t just lurk around in the background — try actually talking to him! Hopefully, your personalities will spark and you can snag your crush!”
Do a Little Detective Work!
“Having an attraction towards someone can be nerve-racking. Snagging your crush can be as easy as riding a bike — you just have to learn how to do it.
Find out what he likes to do. Whether it’s going to a mall, playing football at the park, or going dancing, try having interest in your crush’s interests. This also gives you room to expand your mind and activities. Plus it allows you to comfortably interact with each other, casually bringing you two closer.
Also, if possible, do something fun together. Take a fun dancing class or go downtown for a cruise or stroll, and take pictures together everywhere.”
“First of all never start by showing interest — play it cool. Spend time with your crush and make sure you have some of the same interests to talk about. People are much more attracted to someone they have things in common with.
If you feel like things are going well, and he still hasn’t made a move, he may just be shy. At this point you can let him know that you’re interested. Ask him if he wants to get coffee or dinner at a casual restaurant. If he says no, then you can move on to someone else. If he says yes, you know that you’re one step closer to snagging your crush.”
“Ah yes, the information that all girls covet…. If you were trying to snag me as your crush, it would take some work. First, look for a sign that shows he may be slightly interested.
Usually any girl that can make an impression on a guy is capable of stealing him. Also, be very flirty and well mannered. Be persistent! Text him cute things that imply you are interested.
Fluent in Body Language
“The first step is getting him to notice you. Start with a brief conversation and then let your body language do the talking. Be subtle, like you know something he doesn’t.
Drop hints once in a while, but don’t be obvious. Most guys don’t like it when girls are blatantly into them — there has to be some sort of a challenge. At this point, the tables should have turned, and now he is trying to win over you. Once you have him, it’s pretty much up to you what happens from here.”
Flirt Flirt Flirt
“It’s so simple: Play hard to get. Guys are such suckers for a girl they can’t have. Yes, they may flirt and look around, but if you play your cards right and stay on his mind, he’ll come back to you for sure.
Flirt with other guys in front of him so you catch his attention. Walk over to him and flirt with him a little, but be reserved, then, when he asks if he can see you, tell him maybe.”
“Ah yes, the information that all girls covet…. If you were trying to snag me as your crush, it would take some work. First, look for a sign that shows he may be slightly interested. Usually any girl that can make an impression on a guy is capable of stealing him.
Also, be very flirty and well mannered. Be persistent! Text him cute things that imply you are interested. This makes it easier for the guy to express his feelings back.
When you feel that you are very close to snagging your crush, try kissing him. Be bold! Guys love that. Thrust him away from whatever is going on and surprise him. Show some passion…it worked on me!”