That’s an interesting thread. That’s exactly what happened to me 2 months ago. Here’s my story:
I was sitting in the auditorium listening to the instructor. There was that attractive guy sitting alone a few sits beside me. Every minute or two I looked around and I noticed he did the same, and every time our eyes met each other. Few days passed like this. One day, after the class was finished, I was having my coffee in my hand going to the exit door, then suddenly someone hit me so hard from the behind that I dropped the coffee. It was him. That was an accident. He said he was in rush and kept apologizing for like 2 minutes. So we got to know each other. We walked about 5 minutes to his next class and he told me he was 24 (I was a bit surprised). The whole class was supposed to run about 1.5 miles next week. So he asked me if we could run together. In other words, he made my day. I kinda thought he had the same feeling about me. So we became real friends and he was VERY cool. I mean it. Still we never talked about the whole “crush” thing. 2 months passed like that, and then I made my mind up. I had to make a move. Thinking about him all the time was just driving me crazy. So one day, after the class, we were walking together like usual. Then I asked him if he had time to have a coffee with me. We went to the nicest place on campus and grabbed a coffee. Then I let the word out. That’s what I said:
-“ok, so, I wanted to say that I kinda liked you.” (my heart was beating damn fast)
-“you like me like a friend or a boyfriend?”
-“well I guess that means like a boyfriend. But the thing is I don’t go for guys”
It was just like driving a dagger right through my heart.
So now it was my time to keep apologizing. He said it was ok and he was happy that I was honest with him and said that I was still his friend and always would be. And now we’re still friends and both of act as if nothing ever happened, although I still have the same feeling about him.
So I don’t mean to bitch about it, but just don’t expect great things to happen. Prepare yourself for any possible situations. I really hope everything goes well for you.