How You're Faring On That Crush-O-Meter?
B Positive|November 2019
When you meet someone who is charming and interesting and if you are looking for a partner, it’s quite natural that you may develop feelings for this person.

Also, once you’ve met, you will probably want to get to know this person better as you cannot just wait around to know how things will work out. After all, you don’t want to have feelings for someone who might not like you back! For this reason you need to know if your crush likes you as well.

If you notice that your crush is enjoying your company, laughing at your jokes and spending more time with you but you are still not sure about your crush’s feelings for you, here are five sure ways to know your crush is totally into you!

1. They Inquire About Your Relationship Status

If someone ‘likes’ you they will be interested in knowing if you are single or taken. Or else this person will assume you are not single and probably ask questions about who you have been spending time with recently. That is just to find out if you are not too close with someone. So if your crush is curious about whom you spend your time with and your relationship status, you can bet they already want to be with you.

2. They Know Things you did not tell them About You

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