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    Hi guys, this may be a bit of a story but I need help so hopefully someone is willing to assist me.
    This is it...
    8 months ago I met this girl online (now I know it was risky to meet someone from the internet and I told myself I'd never do it but I'll tell you why) and we started talking and it turned out she was really nice and we had loads in common etc... so I ended up meeting her (I was careful, I picked a public place) and she turned out to be who she claimed I guess you could say aha anyway, as time went on I really grew to like her and we met up a couple more times but then I just had a feeling she wasn't telling me the truth on somethings and keeping stuff from me when I asked (Like I asked if she had a boyfriend and she said no but then later on I saw she was tagged in an fb post with her boyfriend and they'd been going out for a while and also when I literally asked what phone she had she said she didn't have one but she did) and similar things like that. But I still liked her. Anyway we had a little falling out but then one day out of the blue she messaged me again but things weren't quite the same we were kinda on and off and now (present time to writing this) We now go to the same college and I see her a few times and she smiles so I smile back as it is polite but we don't talk however I still have a lot of feelings for her and just don't know what to do?
    Sorry for the long story but what shall I do??
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    She lied and you still like her. So, are you pursuing her? She you? Do you want her? You've not said

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    (Original post by SMEGGGY)
    She lied and you still like her. So, are you pursuing her? She you? Do you want her? You've not said

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    Sorry, yes I do want her and still want to talk to her and hang out with her more.
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    (Original post by jaffanugget)
    Sorry, yes I do want her and still want to talk to her and hang out with her more.
    She still with her bf? Chat to ask her where you stand, if she's leading you on then stay away from her she'll mess with your head (if not already)

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    (Original post by SMEGGGY)
    She still with her bf? Chat to ask her where you stand, if she's leading you on then stay away from her she'll mess with your head (if not already)

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    Well I'm not sure if she is or not, there was a point where she deleted her fb and snapchat but she re-opened it anyway I guess I'll try and talk, thanks.

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