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Dear Dish-It, Why Hasn't He Made His Move?

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Dear Dish-It,

I like a boy and he likes me too but he's not asking me out, even though I know about his feelings! His sister, who is my sister's best friend, told me about how much he likes me and everything. Also, my sister and his sister are on a constant mission to get us to go out but it still doesn't work! What should I do? I don't know what his problem is. Is it just cuz he's older than me and he's ashamed to be with me? HELP!
Confused, Angry, and Upset

Dear Confused, Angry, and Upset,

There are a million possibilities why the boy you're crushing on hasn't made his move yet. My guess is he's not too happy about your sis and his sis meddling in his love life and is feeling a bit overwhelmed by the whole situation. No one likes to feel pressured into going out with someone, even if they really like that person. Instead of waiting for someone else to hook you up with this guy, why not invite him to hang out with you sometime? I'm pretty sure he'd dig it a lot more if you just made your move rather than having to deal with his nagging sister and her mission to set the two of you up. Good luck!

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