How to Tell a Guy That He's Cute

To tell a guy you think he's cute, go right at it.To tell a guy you think he's cute, go right at it.

Telling a guy that you think he's cute can be very nerve wracking. Most girls get a little nervous around a guy they have a crush on. Although it can be scary, sometimes you have to just put yourself out there tell the guy that you like the way he looks, because guys can be clueless when it comes to romance. A guy might be feeling the same way about you, but doesn't know how to tell you that he thinks you're cute.

Take a direct approach, if you are a very confident person. Simply tell him you think he's cute and see what he says. By taking a chance and putting yourself out there, you will gain the benefit of finding out his true feelings about you, without being left to wonder if he feels the same way.

Write him a note and put your phone number in it, if you're shy or are a bit of a mysterious girl. Give him the note or place it somewhere that he's sure to find it. If he calls you, there's a good chance that he's interested in you too.

Ask him to hang out one-on-one. This could be at the park, the mall, a coffee shop, the movie theater, or any other place where the two of you can spend some time together without running into your friends. See how this goes. If he tries to hold your hand, mentions that he would like to hang out again, or seems a little nervous, these are good signs. Ease into it, and when the time feels right tell him that you think he's cute.

Ask your friends for help in organizing a group adventure, such as a party, or a bunch of people going to a school sporting event. Make sure that your crush and his friends are included in this group. Do your best to spend extra time with him throughout the evening. When the time is right, get him alone for a few minutes and tell him how you feel. Then it's his turn to tell you if he feels the same way.

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About the Author

Laura Jerpi has been working in marketing since 2007. She is an interactive copywriter who writes for Thought Leadership Publications, Ai InSite and South Source. Jerpi holds a Bachelor of Arts in communications from the University of Pittsburgh and a Master of Business Administration from Robert Morris University.

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