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Girl, I know exactly how you feel. I'm a bit in the same situation as well and I don't really know how to handle it. I did send out indirect hints and my friend just ignored them, though I could tell he understood what I was saying. Finally, I just told him straight out. I said that we know each other and talk to each other like couples do and that it would be a shame not to be together as a couple since we're so comfortable with each other. It seemed that it warmed him up but I'm still not sure where it's going. I think that guys sometimes just block things out and unless it happens naturally, they are not capable of making a real effort and just go for it. Maybe you should try getting a little closer to him physically. Sometimes that will open up the flow. Maybe he's scared himself. You just need to take it one step at a time and really see if you both can get on the same page. If not, you can always say that you'll ALWAYS be friends, but you'd like to try for something more.
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