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Should I ask her out again?

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    I asked her out 3 motnhs ago and she told me she had a bf and shes not sure if she likes me more than a friend. She has been single for the last 2 months and flirts with me again (calls me baby, tells me she misses me, looks at me, laughs at me, smiles at me, she grabs my back a lot aswell. Should i ask her out again? or should she make the first move? I work with her and we are friends so i dont wana get rejected and make things awkward again between us.


    You got a perfectly good response in this thread.

    I think you are slightly too obsessed with this person given the number of threads you have created asking very similar things - do you think that this is an issue?

    You are stuck in the friend zone. Here is how you get out of it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DN4GKxEZ4JA
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