|I... hope you're sure that this won't in any way creep her out.|
I'm pretty sure about that, don't worry. Actually, I think she'll find it kind of cute.
|How did she react last time you sent her a game anyways?|
Hmm... I can't answer that directly. I think I'll have to give some more context.
The girl I'm stalking is a professor's assistant at my university. She's currently working on her PhD (I'm almost done with my master's degree) and she is five years older than me. She's a rather shy person. It's been 2 years since we first met. There is this course you can optionally attend for bachelor's where her supervising professor has her come teach once a week. That's how we met.
I started hitting on her from the very first time I saw her. At first, she looked like she enjoyed it, probably because she thought I was doing it just for fun. Then, there was a period of time when she would look like trying to hide being annoyed because she didn't want to be rude. Perhaps it was my fault too, because I somehow tried to rush things when I shouldn't have. Anyway, that was a very short period of time. After realizing I'm being serious, she started enjoying it again, more (inter)actively this time, though, sadly, she kept maintaining a distance.
I'll give some highlights for those of you who are curious...
There was this time when the class had to be interrupted because a seminar had to take place and there was no other available room. The professor told us that we could stay and watch it if we wanted, as it was relevant to what we've been studying. Then, I approached her (she came for the seminar), assumed the look of a 5 year old boy who
asks an adult to buy it an ice cream, and whispered to her -> "Could someone watch people who watch the seminar?", and she bursted out laughing and turned red from top to bottom :D
There was this other time when she drew something on the board and then asked "Isn't it pretty cool?", and I replied "It's good. But not nearly as good as you.", and then she bursted out laughing again, and turned red from top to bottom, and, when she relaxed a bit, said "Stop it! You make me blush...". Now that I reflect on that, I think she was trying to cause a reaction from me when she said that first thing.
Another one. We were in a small room, about 7 people, windows closed and it was hot. She was writing on the board and then turned around and said "Isn't it a bit hot in here?", and I replied "Should we take some of our clothes off?", and she laughed and blushed a bit, and then, for a while, we would both smile whenever our eyes crossed (which was quite often, since mine were fixed on her).
Ok, here's a last one. This one is very recent. Actually, it happened last Wednesday (I'm done with my courses but I go watch her when she teaches). Anyway, this time she drew several things on the board and, when she was done, said "Does anyone want to ask something?", and I said "Did you learn to draw so beautiful shapes all by yourself?", and she said "Yes. [short pause] My hands work wonders." (the expression is not the same in greek, but the meaning is).
Ok, that's enough highlights for now.
So far, I've sent her two love letters (the first was a fairytale about a chocolate princess - when you look in her brown eyes it feels like submerging in an ocean of chocolate, and the second was a rather bold but also humorous love confession, which I concluded she liked a lot) and one game (the snake). Anyway, everyone (including the professors and her friends) in the math department knows I'm into her, and everyone (including the professors and her friends) is on my side.
What I'm trying to do now is create an opportunity to be alone with her. I'm thinking of something like pretending I have a lot of questions about the course and need her to clarify some things for me, in private, but if anyone has a better idea I'd like to know it. The stalking game is something that will mentally prepare her for the upcoming situation :D