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Done with research and tons of personal experience, this list (not quiz!) will cover almost every single sign out there! But of course, I'm only human, so I know I probably missed a few (and there are sooo many more out there). But all the major ones are here! Have fun, and see if your crush displays any of these! Good luck!

    They suddenly act different toward you. They might be shyer or more outgoing, but you will notice a difference in behavior. Keep an eye out, as it might be subtle - especially if you don't see your crush often.

    They stare at you. If this happens once, they may have been daydreaming. Twice, you caught their eye. Three times, they have noticed you. The key to r
    They stare at you. If this happens once, they may have been daydreaming. Twice, you caught their eye. Three times, they have noticed you. The key to remember is, never doubt patterns.

    Even if they don't stare, they might not be able to help but glance at you, even if you're not looking. It can be very fast and hard to notice. An example of how they might do it is, pretending to look up at the clock, and their eyes land on your face for a brief moment. They might also do something like pretending to scan the room, just to make casual eye contact with you for a split second.

    Their eye contact/gaze lingers on you just a little longer than normal.

    They randomly say hi.

    They make the most random comments, like, "Can I borrow a pencil," "Did you watch the game last night?," or, "It's so cold in this room!" just to be able to say something to you.

    They start a lot of conversations. If you find them coming up to you at least every once in a while, they'd probably like to talk to you more often. Watch out for the types who like to socialize with everyone, though.

    They're comfortable holding prolonged eye contact when speaking to you. This is pretty indicative of fondness.

    Eventually, they'll open up and tell you secrets about themselves (ones not even their best friends might know), or talk freely about deeper subjects, like their future (huge sign!), or family.

    They look deeply into your eyes. You can just tell it's a different form of eye contact.

    They seem more comfortable around you in general, even if you barely know each other.

    They smile a lot around you, even for no reason. If it's a real smile, their whole face will light up and their eyes will crinkle. The more their
    They smile a lot around you, even for no reason. If it's a real smile, their whole face will light up and their eyes will crinkle. The more their eyes crinkle, the happier they are. If they smile with their teeth showing (boys especially, because they biologically stop doing this by age 5 unless they are really happy), they definitely like you - in the worst case as good friends.

    Their back is arched when they are around you. I even catch myself doing this every single time my crush is around. It's a subconscious way of trying to appear more confident. If they arch their back when you arrive, this is a very powerful sign. People tend to arch their backs when they feel happy. Have you ever seen a sad person not slouching?

    Their feet (or at least one foot) point at you all the time. Even if they're not facing you, they'll usually have one foot pointed in the nearest direction to you.

    They'll face you all the time. Even if they're in conversation and perpendicular to you, they'll face you slightly.

    They say random things like, "Merry Christmas" or "Happy Birthday."

    They know random things about you that you never told them, like your dog's name that only your friends know, or your birthday that you never said out loud in front of everyone.

    They remember everything you say. No, it's not their amazing memory. They just like you a lot.

    They sometimes brush against you "accidentally."

    They seem embarrassed when you bump into them by accident.

    They're really shy/nervous or outgoing in a conversation with you. Signs of nervousness besides classic blushing, stammering, giggling, and looking away include foot tapping and fidgeting. They might not tap their foot if their weight is evenly distributed on it, though. Bonus sign - when I'm standing in a conversation with someone, I catch myself crossing one ankle behind the other when I'm really nervous.

    They walk close to you as they pass, in an effort to get your attention.

    Their pupils dilate after a few seconds of talking to you. The bigger their pupils, the more they fancy you. Or their eyes might "sparkle" b
    Their pupils dilate after a few seconds of talking to you. The bigger their pupils, the more they fancy you. Or their eyes might "sparkle" because of the bigger pupils reflecting more light. Make sure the room isn't dim, though, when you test this out. Bonus fact: People's pupils dilate when they're excited or thinking about something stimulating. On the contrary, if they dislike something they see, their pupils will constrict to a small pinpoint. Our pupils also dilate slightly when we see a good friend.

    Above: Normal VS. I like you.

    They stick around - not too close, not too far away. You might catch them suddenly sitting a few lunch tables away, or always standing 10 feet behind you while everyone is waiting in the hall for the first bell.

    Their friends, whom you never knew before, suddenly act nice to you, or start to giggle around you.

    They're intently focused on you and nothing else when you're talking. If it's in a group, it's an even better sign.

    They touch you - i.e., they sit or stand so your shoulders/knees touch, or they touch your arm when you make a joke.

    Their best friend is giving you looks. You get vibes that they're checking you out. Or their best friend might try to get to know you.

    They give you compliments, especially sincere ones.

    They mirror your body language. You fidget with a pencil; they look down at their desk and fidget with their fingers. You touch your hair; they touch theirs. You cross your legs, they cross theirs. It doesn't have to be exact (as in example one), but you get the idea. This stems from a subconscious desire to be more like you. Studies also show we like people who mirror us more, because we perceive them as having the same thoughts and views as we do. So, a good way to build rapport with someone would be to mirror them, very subtly. Don't copy EVERYTHING, and wait a few seconds before you mirror.

    They might ask, "How was your day?" In other words, they're interested in how things are going for you.

    They bite their lip when talking to you.

    If you are the same gender, they openly discuss their sexuality, casually toss it up, hint at it, or even say it to your face.

    They lean in when you speak and when they're next to you.

    On the contrary, they might lean really far away due to self-consciousness. You never know what their excuse might be - maybe they have bad breath, or are just truly shy.

    One day they're friendly; the next, they're cold and distant. They over-analyzed how friendly they were yesterday, so tomorrow they might seem closed-off to compensate.

    They go out of their way to avoid you. This means they either really hate you or really like you. If they like you, their body language will say so. They could also do things like only walking past your desk when you get up, or not walking past your locker in passing period, even though it's the short way. And remember, no one can hide a crush forever, no matter how hard they try.

    They lick their lips. Their nervousness is making their mouth produce less saliva.

    After talking to you/saying hi/interacting, they will become hyperactive. This is caused by a rush of hormones, and you'll notice yourself doing this, too. They might suddenly start being loud and outgoing, or just more energetic in their environment.

    They look up and down at you from a distance, or even from close by.

    If they look at you from far off and look down, this might indicate a sense of loss. They feel like you don't like them, especially if you've been ignoring them. Or they might miss you.

    They break eye contact downward. Catch their gaze in totally random, unexpected situations. If they like you, they will look down. This is because they feel intimidated or submissive - in a good way. However, sometimes they'll break eye contact to the side, if that's quicker. Pay attention to how you break your eye contact in a given situation. Does it match theirs? Bonus: Eye contact broken sideways means they're neutral, eye contact broken up means they hate you, or they're trying extra, extra hard to cover up their feelings (this might be accompanied by a slight eye roll).

    They make "gravity-defying" movements. Does the foot pointed at you have its toes pointing up in the air? Do their eyebrows go up when talki
    They make "gravity-defying" movements. Does the foot pointed at you have its toes pointing up in the air? Do their eyebrows go up when talking to you? These gravity defying moves show happiness, like when a soccer player throws their hands up in the air after a goal!

    They ask lots of questions because they want to get to know you.

    They groom themselves in your presence - touching their hair, fixing their shirt, etc. - even if they're next to you or presenting for the whole class.

    They make strong eye contact.

    They're overly apologetic. They might say "I'm sorry" instead of mumbling "sorry," or add emphasis ("I'm SO sorry.") Or they could also be shy and just say "sorry" normally.

    They use your name a lot. We tend to like people who use our name more. With people we like, we also tend to use their name more. Or they could just be one of those name-using people - but hey, at least that means they don't hate you.

    They try to be funny or to make you laugh.

    They laugh at your stupidest jokes. They're trying to please you and at the same time ease tension.

    Their body language might be closed off at first due to nervousness (crossed arms, for example). If they truly like you, they'll eventually ease up. Other signs of tensed-up body language around a crush are duck lips (they subconsciously want to kiss you, maybe not literally right now, but hopefully in the future), pigeon toes (toes pointing inward means they're smitten; aka, they like you), and gripping the wrist (shows nervousness. The further up their forearm, the more nervous they are. Gripping the other hand is also closed body language, and can signal nervousness, too).

    Girls will constantly cross their ankles when sitting down with you. This shows nervousness, but also makes it harder to escape, therefore she wants to stay.

    Blushing. This one might take longer for some people, but you should notice it within 30 seconds of talking to someone.

    Fast breathing. Their heart is pounding; their mind, racing. They can't really control this one, since they feel so stressed out sitting next to you. They might breathe normally if they're literally talking to you, though, since no one breathes rapidly while speaking. You might notice the slightest increase in respiration, however.

    If they walk with you, they'll adjust their pace to match yours. They won't lag behind or speed up.

    Just because they like someone else doesn't mean you're through - especially if they display some of these signs. Their crush might not even exist; you might be their second crush; or there's always the chance that they could break up with their gf/bf. If they are dating, though, don't intentionally try to ruin it. But if you really do want them, and not for revenge of any sort on anyone, and honestly think you can make them happier than they are now, here's what you should do. Get to know them, show them your personality, and now they have a choice. Then you can rest assured knowing you gave it your best, no matter the outcome.

    They show up at places where you are. They join the newspaper club, go to your school soccer game, or walk the long way to class just to see you.

    They always have their back turned AND stand near you. This means they'd like to be approached.

    They drop something near you hoping you will pick it up for them.

    They ask to borrow things like paper and erasers. Bonus points if they ask it like, "Can you do me a favor?" Asking normally is fine too, however.

    They're really nice to you. They say, "Here you go" when handing out graded tests, hold the door, give you gifts - things like that.

    They stand up for you. Very powerful if they're the only one doing it.

    They're very concerned when you get hurt.

    The smile you give them lasts. The longer it does, the more it's likely to signal interest.

    When they make a joke they look at you first. This is a firm of seeking approval.

    They touch their brows often around you. This means that what they just heard appealed to them.

    They tilt their head when talking to you. When women do this, it exposes their vulnerable neck area. When men do this, it shows interest.

    Mentioning you when you're not around means you're on their mind.

    They become interested in your hobbies or seem to know a lot about them.

    They constantly try to get another meeting with you.

    They have nicknames for you. Think about it, would you give someone you weren't interested in a nickname?

    They tease you. This is a form of flirting. Some boys will be really mean to you - but really, they might like you.

    Their body language changes around you.

    A tomboy might act less sporty around you, or a boy might become softer.

    Their tone of voice changes. Men and women lower and raise their pitch, respectively.

    They start to copy your way of speaking. They might mimic your speech rate, use some of your vocabulary, or say a certain word like you do. Interestingly, if you have a slight accent, they will pick up on it. This one takes time, but it will inevitably happen.

    They're careful with their language. If they're known for tossing around expletives, they might suddenly tone it down around you.

    When they do something like score a goal, or shoot a three-pointer in basketball, they'll check to see if you saw it.

    Their nostrils flare when with you. Very subtle.

    They blink a lot, indicating nervousness. You can also notice this in politicians.

    They show off around you.

    Guys will stick their chests out.

    Women expose their wrists and men might roll up their sleeves to show their forearms.

    They'll play with a nearby object, if you know what I mean. They might start doing things like stroking their own thigh subconsciously.

    They act protective, like offering you their coat or hugging you.

    They ask who you like, a lot. They make jokes about your gf/bf. They might compare themselves negatively to your SO because they feel they're not good enough for you. They might feel uncomfortable when the subject is brought up.

    They follow you on social media and like your selfies. Or you might notice they've checked out your account.

    They subconsciously talk louder around you so you will be more likely to notice them.

    They become friends with your friends to try and get closer to you.

    They flirt with someone else and keep checking for your reaction.

    They respond quickly to your texts or wait a little too long before answering (to not seem desperate).

    They ask for your number.

    Guys act more macho and girls act more feminine.

    You've caught them staring at your chest or butt. If you're a guy, arms also. If you're a girl, they might have also been staring at your legs. Both genders may also look at their crush's lips if they're nearby (hint, hint).

    They just give "hints."

    They look at you when you enter the room, or right before they leave it.

    They suddenly tense up or go quiet around you.

    Lack of eye contact. They never look at you, and in a group, you're the one person they never/rarely look at. They might even go as far as turning away when they know you're staring.

    They come back to you when you leave a conversation for a few minutes.

    Guys sit with their legs spread out. They're being vulnerable to you because they trust you.


    -If they're sitting near you, they'll orient the fingers of their hand toward you.
    -Their friends giggle/whisper when you walk by.
    -Your crush looks down before you walk by. Normally people don't do this, so they're shy about something! Or they might pretend to look right through/past you to cover up their feelings. It doesn't always mean they aren't interested.

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3 days ago
I've had this crush for about 4-6months by now, He's really cute, kind, a big teaser, and kind of a perv. But he's still awesome! I didn't read all of these, but the ones I read, we both kinda do!! I have 2! (1) I see atschool and (2) somewhere else. 2 I see rarely, and He's my age. I really don't know who to choose! 1 I see all the time. He has many performances at other places and has to leave school. When he comes back though, I can't help but smile, blush a little, and get butterflies!! What should I do? (6th grade btw)
3 days ago
My crush drops a ton of hints, I'm really confident he likes me but he only gets close to me once every blue moon. How can I REALLY tell he likes me? Example: Last week he had his body and feet pointing towards me and he opened the door for ONLY me and he was walking really close behind me and teased me while alone in the hallways and last Friday while it was the end of the day he had stood behind me and my friend until the teacher asked him to have a seat. He had grabbed and pulled a chair so that he was close and he had a clear view of me.
All his friends sit close by to us and every time he's around me he's always glancing/looking at me.

But I know next week he'll be completely closed off from me and social with everyone else, I know this because it's been this weird cycle ever since we met.
4 days ago
My crush does this things 🤞🤞🤞💝 i hope so!!!!! Hes cuuUUTE
7 days ago
I have a crush named Jamarion (6th grade) we talk to each other a lot since we have 1st through 4th period together. I have seen him express most of the symptoms above. I don't know how to ask him out though.bananas
10 days ago
I am in 5th grade.. okay? I have a crush on this REALLY cute kid.. His name is Cameren. He CONSTANTLY looks at me during: Indoor recess, Math, Reading, and he STARES at me from a far away distance. His friend said Cameren likes me back, but ive heard rumors Cameren's friend Lies ALOT. But pretty much those tips all matched Cameren. Does he like me back?
12 days ago
Rn its valentines day tomorrow, and my crush (he already confessed) still hasnt asked me to be his valentine!!! ☹ my friend told me she'd punch him in the face if he didnt ask me to be his valentine (Oof i really hope she doesn't)
12 days ago
Ok so there's this guy that I kind of like...and my friend decided to tell him that I liked him! She did it as a joke but I still got joke-angry at her. Anyway my friend asked him if he likes me back, and he said "kind of...bye"?! I'm so confused what the hell does that even mean? Does anyone know T_T I'm so confused!
13 days ago
So there is this girl named Presley and I like her so I looked here she does look at me a lot
16 days ago
18 days ago
I heard from my crush's best friend she liked me. And our mutual friend (same friend that told me) is pushing me to ask her out. She even tried to do it for me, and she said yes, but it's now really official. I'm going to do it myself, bc the school dance is coming up, and I should anywah, but I don't know how. How do I ask out a girl?
19 days ago
One time our class were changing seat ( the teacher were the one who told us where to sit)Everyone were in their seats already expect my crush since there were 29 people in our class and one were absent there were only one seat where he could seat and the teacher told him to find his seat and he pointed at the seat next to me and was giggling but the seat next to me were the classmate who were absent the teacher was like "no that is ( name) seat you sit there he got embarrassed and went to his seat and i caught him looking at me but as soon as i looked at him he looked away and his seat is always slightly facing me even if the teacher is talking he also keep making fun of my running speed as i was slower than him (while i was playing catching with him and his friends) do he like me/
23 days ago
I'm pretty sure he likes you. Your teasing kinda counts as flirting, and him not responding definitely is a sign. To make sure though, if you have his number, check how quickly he responds to your texts. If right away, or if it weekends delaying to not seem obvious, he likes you. I know this b/c I've caught myself doing it to my crush. Good luck!
23 days ago
Sorry it cut me off -
He glances at me a lot and always looks away when he sees I've seen him. I don't really know what to do bc his friends HATE me, but he never laughs AT me, only at my jokes. I'm confused about our relationship whether we're friends or not. I don't think he know's that i like him tho bc my friend prank texted him that i did, I said it wasn't true and he immediately said that he believed me. I asked him what he thought our relationship was and he didn't respond - is this a sign???
23 days ago
So I think my crush likes me but I'm soooo confused about our relationship. He and I have known each other well for like 2 years, and really just started being friends (i think were friends) this year. We have math class together and that's it, but he waits for me as we go to math class and sometimes he races me and teases me. I do that to him too;).
25 days ago
👍 most were like him. Most were like me. Might like me!!!!!!!
28 days ago
I fit a LOT of these when I’m around my friend. All of my friends and his friends ship us, and I think I subconsciously started to like or love him. Even tho he ALWAYS calls me a “failure” “stupid” and my nickname is literally “Small child” or “depressed girl” I think I have a crush.

He also fits a LOT of this too! Heck even his cousin ships us!
31 days ago
I'm a 7th grade guy and I need some help. Here's my story:

I heard this girl liked me, and I was surprised, because she was pretty cute. We have a mutual friend that's very close to both of us, and she talked about her A LOT. On a field trip, she was talking about her again, and I realized I had actual developed feelings for her. I talked to our friend about it, and she said I should ask her out. I said I had to get permission from my parents first, and I did. Now I have to ask her out when I get back to school Monday. . .maybe to the valentines dance.

But I'm a shy guy, not confident. Any advice on asking her out?
31 days ago
If you see lots of signs she likes you, especially if they're consistent, you should definitely go for it and see.
31 days ago
Hey guys, its the creator here. Thanks for all the feedback since this took a really long time to make lol. I accidentally found my quiz again 6 months later, now that I'm here I might as well try to reply to two or three comments. Glad this list helped a lot of people!
34 days ago
I really like this girl at school and have 3 classes with her. I haven't talked to her in over a month, after my step sister sent a confession email to her, exposing me. I don't know if she believed the email or not. Either way, I'm too scared to confess my feelings myself, and not even confident enough to talk to her.

My friends have told or dared me to ask her out/confess over 10 times now, but I can't talk to her. I'm not confident enough even though I've taken a bunch of tests that said she liked me, and seen so many signs she likes me. What do I do? I really need help or advice.