How can you have a go about us not giving you advice?! You say we wanted to give you advice and gave it but then we didn't? That's because we TRIED to help you! A lot of people here have given you advice, but you said advice was 'shitty' and that you didn't want it, but now you do and you are moaning about not getting it?! Can you blame us!
I know what I want. I want you to go away and practice your type of 'magic' somewhere else. But it seems I won't get that, though it's clear that you're not wanted here. How can you be so mean to people and all this, and then expect people to give you friendly advice? OK, maybe if after one post you said 'sorry guys, I see i was a bit of a tool, can you give me some advice?' I for one would have helped you, but at least for me, you have burnt, no, exploded your bridges. If I were you and I wanted to maintain any sense of a good reputation, I would either leave and go to another of the many forums on the Web or make a very profuse and formal apology.
Now I will attempt to give you some friendly, considerate advice on how I think you should deal with this situation. Take it or leave it.
Desperate, this girl is NOT going to fall at your feet if you cast a spell on her. That is (to coin one of 's phrases) emotional rape and would leave you with a bad conscience even if you were able to carry it out. Do you think that you could honestly commit to this girl knowing that she does not love you of her own free will? If you knew every time that you kissed her, that if it were left up to her, she might not be doing it? That, for me, would leave me with an even lower self-confidence than before.
The answer here does not lie with magic. Magic is a versatile force, but it can not be used for this kind of thing. Well, it can if you are very powerful, but it would be lacking in the kind of magic that you can only get from love, or at least a very close friendship. If you are so sure that she likes you, why do you need to cast a spell to get to see her? If you stopped her when you see her in the street, and asked her out for dinner, or just told her there and then, then that would have its own kind of magic and you would not need it to be so contrived. Things like this never happen the way you intend them to.
Basically, get the ball rolling yourself and you will have no need of magic, at least in this instance.
I just threw you a lifeline. If I were you, I would accept this advice, try and apologise to everyone who you have insulted (on another topic - this one has waay too much bad feelings on it) and try and get to know the people on this forum better. You have not made a very good impression, but at least for me, first impressions don't count so much I won't give you another chance. Oh, and try to apologise in proper English. Your chatspeak is pretty hard to read.