He starts the conversation.
You have something in common to talk about.
He’s close enough to you that you can drop little hints by touching his arm and winking when you smile.
You have complete control of the conversation.
Get in front of the crowd and cheer him on as loudly as you can.
Walk up to him with your friend when the game is finished. After she tells him what a good job he did, you say, "Yeah. You played really well."
Go up to him when the game is over and give him some friendly pointers for next time. You should know; you've been playing soccer since you were seven years old.
Stand where he can see you during the game, and leave before it's over.
Shyly look at your acting partner when the kiss part comes up. If he goes for it, you will too.
Joke with your crush about how you two are the best actors in the class, so you should kiss just to show everyone up.
Tell your guy that you think you should and that it would be awesome. After the kiss, you ask him out on a date.
Shrug and tell your partner that you think it's silly, but that you are acting and should play the character completely.
Rules are in place for a reason. It pays to follow tradition.
Be yourself. Why change for someone else?
Life is all about connections. Get to know people on the most personal level you can.
No one needs to know everything about you right away. Sometimes it’s best to ease into things and secretly have the upper hand.
You ask him, “Have you ever thought about being a lifeguard? Because you seem to have the upper body strength for it.”
You tell him you heard that there might be an opening where you work and casually mention working together.
Later, when you know he can hear you, you tell your friend about a job opening at the restaurant down the street from your house. If he gets the job, you can visit him nonchalantly.
As soon as you learn what job he finds, you get a job at the same place and make sure that your shifts match his.
Mysterious and challenging.
Easier to get along with than girls.
Try to catch him after the movie, but if you miss him, no big deal. You had a blast with your friends!
Grab the seat right next to him in the theater, and tell him that you meant to ask him to come see the movie with you.
Stand behind him in line, and mention to a friend that you think the movie would be a good date flick and that you wanted to bring a guy but didn’t have the guts to ask.
While paying for your popcorn, strike up a conversation with him about the lead actor in the movie—who’s his fav.
Hanging out with his group of friends before he gets there, and stopping the awesome story you’re telling them only for a second to say a quick hello. Then, you resume the story.
Walking right up to him, slipping your arm around his and saying, “I’m so glad you’re here! I was hoping you’d make it.”
“Accidentally” running into him as you walk by, and then saying that you weren’t watching where you were going because your mind was on this new TV show (which you just happen to know he loves).
Spending the evening hanging out with and focusing on your friends. If he’s really into you, it’s the perfect place for him to make his move.
Be loud and proud.
Talk about and take part in things that he loves.
Act like you don’t care if he notices you, and drop little hints to keep him guessing—and interested!
Don’t do anything overt; if he likes you, he’ll notice you. If not, he’s not worth your time.