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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hahaha. Thanks for the advice :p:
    Any time :p:
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    (Original post by snowshine)
    First read "A Season of Eden".

    And if you still feel comfortable with the idea, talk to him intelligently about his subject (what is it, btw?), stay after class to discuss things (but make sure he's not annoyed), make sure you always look attractive, and be flirtatious! Make jokes and just...be a tease.

    I know...totally garbage answer. :getmecoat:

    PM me to talk if you want to : )

    Or quote me if you don't think I'm completely useless. :p:
    Thanks for the advice and sorry for the delay! What is "A Season of Eden" about? Does it contain any useful tips? haha :p:
    I feel silly trying to talk intelligently about his subject- obviously he knows a lot more about his research than I do- haha, but I do try sometimes. It's Chemistry related.
    I try to joke around with him, I think he likes me well enough, just not sure if it's in "that way". Maybe I need to work on it or be more obvious.
 
 
 
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