Huge Signs That Tell You He Likes You

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Huge Signs That Tell You He Likes You
Constantly wanting to touch you is a sign that he is attracted to you. (Jupiterimages/Brand X Pictures/Getty Images)

You may have just met a guy or have a male friend who you think might fancy you. But some guys can be hard to read, which is why it can be frustrating to discern whether he really likes you or whether he's really not that into you. Chances are that if he shows several not-so-subtle signs, he's definitely looking for something a bit more than just your friendship.

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Constantly Touching You

A man is naturally drawn to things that attract him and wants to not only look at them, but also touch them, too. If you often find his hand on you, whether it is a hand on your arm, a pat on your back or a grab of your shoulders, it is a huge giveaway that he is attracted to you.

Notices and Remembers Things Most People Do Not

When a guy notices and remembers things that other people do not, it most likely means he is hot for you. This can be what you wore on a certain day, your favourite film, what you ate for lunch yesterday or even where and when you met your best friend. The average male would not retain such information, but a guy who fancies you will.

Spends His Weekends with You

When a guy likes you, he will want to be with you all the time, most especially on weekends. Weekends are times for relaxing and doing what you love the most, so if he wants to spend his weekends with you it is a definite sign he desires more than just your friendship.

Smiles at You and Blushes a Lot

A guy who likes you will smile at you --- a lot. He will tend to blush more when he's around you, too. No matter what he is doing, he will avoid all other distractions, make you the centre of his attention and will not be able to keep himself from constantly grinning at you.

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