Alright, so I'm not exactly the most...suave...of guys. I'm a pretty logic-oriented guy so I'm good at tackling just about any problem. You toss in variables that aren't consistent, aka emotions, and I'm pretty much lost. This is why I turn here for a bit of advice. So I'm in London studying abroad and an aspect of the program involves an internship. One other girl and myself work together, both from the same study abroad program (though not the same home university), and we basically do the same stuff at work. Today we were both pretty much left with nothing to do for a solid hour and had to sit at a table just well...staring at it with nothing to do. A note on the girl, she's pretty quiet. I'll try to engage her by telling some story of mine or something interesting and she'll only respond some of the time. She's opened up quite a bit, but not a lot by any means. I should also mention that she's pretty attractive, but not in the runway model type but in the more simple attractiveness type. Back to the story, we were just sitting there and I was fairly tired. I leaned back in my chair and started to nod off, but after I was starting to fall asleep I thought I felt something on my foot. Figuring that she might have just put her foot on top of mine I shifted it slightly, just a small friendly reminder that my foot was there, but the pressure kinda stayed there and finally it was pretty obvious that her foot was on mine. I glanced over at her and she just kinda looked at me out of the corner of her eyes and then looked away. A minute later she sat up because our boss showed up and we had work to do again. Now that alone made me wonder if she was kinda interested in me or something, but later when we caught the bus back to the train station (we work outside of London and live in Kensington in the same building, different flats though) we normally don't share a bench or anything. The buses are almost never crowded when we're on them so we'd just kinda relax on our own bench...but she sat next to me this time and was actually sort of chatty. Now at this point I'm thinking she's got to be at least opening up, I'm far too daft at this stuff to assume she's "in" to me so I won't assume that. However, this turned the other direction later on. As I mentioned above we live in the same building so we basically travel to and from work every day together, I mean why not? When we were in a particularly busy station transferring from the train to the tube we got separated, being my normal self I stood to the side till she caught up. It was then that she mentioned that it was kinda moot on whether or not we got separated at that point... I said that I was just being a nice guy and she simply said that it wasn't necessary. When I later broached it again asking if she'd just rather I not care she quickly said "No no no, I'm just saying it's not a big deal if we get separated!" I ended up having to stop at the store and waved her off and she looked like she was somewhat afraid I might have been offended. Her being sort of quiet I didn't know what to say or how to interpret any of it. So give me some advice guys / gals. Cliffs: 1. I'm in London studying abroad and I have an internship 2. Another girl from the same program is interning with me 3. She's a pretty quiet / shy girl who's also attractive 4. She was playing 'footsies' with me when we were both sitting around 5. We never sit together on the bus, but today she sat next to me 6. When we got separated in the tube she said I didn't need to wait for her 7. I inquired what she meant a few times 8. I think she believes she's offended me 9. Is this girl perhaps interested in me This was incredibly long, I apologize.