Hi stranger, this is my first time using this but I do know what to write to keep you thinking 🙄😂 so basically, my male cousin came for holidays with his 3 friends and gf. Two of them being Scottish and the one being Romanian. I can analyse people and their personalities pretty easily, however, I felt like I have met someone like the Romanian guy. Let me explain. His personality was dark, he would usually make jokes to his friends without actually laughing or changing expressions, showing he was not joking. And yes that happened many times. He would have strong opinions, not liking it when there were people with different views. The point is, that he would stare at me (yes, I did test it many times when I would feel his eyes on me, then looked at him and boom i was right) and say my name many many many times. My female cousin started talking about how he looks like her old crush, (no similarities AT ALL) and then said "nah I'm pretty sure I like him". I wa like, sure, and kept my feelings to myself thinking that "it's a crush and I don't want any arguments". So, I would have her all day and all night trying to analyze (not even close to my analysis *hair flip*) him and his actions. She made it look like he cares for me because there was one time when she said goodnight to him, he didn't answer, but when I said it to him he said my name and then "goodnight see you tomorrow". She was pretty much fuming. And tbh I can't say it can't mean anything. When we went out drinking, (I'm still a beginner) he was always watching me, a little bit more than he was watching my cousin (prob because her brother was there with us), asking me if I felt okay, told me not to drink fast etc. At one point of the night, he came to me and said "drink this bit, I want to see your face while you drink it". I didn't think much about it, did it and he left. That was a bit weird but well. The next time we went drinking, I had not eaten as much so the alcohol affected me and made me tipsy. We were in different groups then, but at the end of the night he came to me and said in front of the others "why weren't you with us, it was so fun". Remember, my cousin was next to me. Days passed by and we all went to a beach together. After a few hours I sat on a chair trying to solve a sudoku (bored af) and thought "why not look at him now" (I was subconsciously ignoring him) and I did, and he turned his head to me, eyes on me.
The next thing I wanted to say is that he texted me after they left (I had written small letters to everyone, trying to make them feel happy and stuff) and the convo kind of changed to "I wanted u to be in our group, it was very funny you should have heard everything", (I called him scary for fun and he said "not too bad, it could have been a lot worse" and then said "it's a facade" and sent a picture of him being cute). So I basically was like wtf. I had also asked him why he was looking at me so much and saying my name. He didn't mention looking at me, but said "I was only calling your name to help you feel more comfortable". That didn't make any sense. Of course and I was not completely comfortable in the first days, but I did find his other two friends quite fun and nice to be around. So it didn't answer my question. And yh, that's it. Do you think he likes me? He prob finds me interested.
Nahhh. I don't think he is in love 😂 I think I might had his attention but that was it.
***Update- last week I had to go to my other grandparents (meaning I left) and told my grandma to give him the juice he liked (when we had dinner, he used to drink it all the time, plus we couldn't keep it for more than 3 days) so after I left, my grandma told him that I won't drink it since I was going away for a week and I'm ok with him drinking it. And he said "aww she's so nice, please thank her for me". 😐
But again, he doesn't give me attention now that he left so that leaves me thinking he wanted my attention for a few days and now he's like 'i don't need her'
1 year ago
Girl what in the Wattpad is that?😭 This boy definitely want you to give him attention. HE. IS. IN. LOVE