So my ex and I recently got back in touch. She has a new BF and have been living together for the past year. She went from blocking me on FB to now chatting me with via messenger and even going as far as keeping tabs on my twitter all within the past year. We went and grabbed lunch a few times the past couple weeks. She has dropped a few shyt tests on my and I would love an outsider opinion on them.
1.) She smiled at me and told me im the total opposite of her current dude. She told me he is very mouthy and rude at times where I am not.
2.)She told me their lease on their place is almost up soon and she wasnt sure if she was going to get a house with him or "move out into my own place. I would like the space"
3.) Then finally she told me there are two movies that I MUST see (We are both movie buffs and that was one of our strongest connections together). They are Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married 1 and 2. Last night I watched #1 and it's about couples who argue and split up because of marriage problems, just to fix them and get back together. Last night after the game she even went as far as messaging me because it was on tv.
4.) One night we talked about work and she told me she worked all day. I told her to slip into sweatpants, kick her feet up and just relax. She told me that she was "wearing shorts, no underwear, and watching movies". Why did she add the no underwear part?
5.) Everytime I tell her i have plans or a date, she has smiled and asked what her name is, what we are doing for our date, ect.
6.) She has asked me several times if some of my tweets are about her. (I like to post meaningful quotes often)
7.) The past several meetings we somehow end up talking about all the fun trips and times we had when we were together
My thing is what gives. I asked a couple coworkers about her actions and some think she is dropping hints that she misses me. I'm just unsure. How do I BF destroy too. Tips appreciated. I love this girl and it's clear that some piece of her still loves me.
Am I doing things right? Is there room for improvement.