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    There was a post that i have seen that was posted a couple of weeks ago on asking a guy out who is doing a building extenstion.
    I have a similar sort of problem although the guy i like is from school and we just left and finished yr 13 and hes going off to uni and im really going to miss him because im not going to uni. I have asked him out before in like year 12, and he said he wasn't ready for all that yet, so i left it, but we have got on really good since and he is someone i can really trust and was so nice and helpful to me when i was in hospital recently. We also went to the pub on saturday and that was cool, except nothing happened. He knows i like him and i know he does but he is quite shy and i don't think he will do anything first. But people say ask him out again because at least your know where you stand, I am quite shy myself about doing that, but i don't want to leave it and leave it before its too late!
    What do you think i should do?
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    Ask him...whats the worst that could happen? If he does say no, then you wont really have to see much of him since hes going off to uni, and i'm sure he wouldnt take offence or anything(probably be flattered instead)!
    I'd say ask him....what have you got to loose? G'luck
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    well the worst that can happen is that he says no and if he knows you like him already maybe he is hoping for you to make the first move, or you could bring up your feelings for him without specifically asking him out.. but as he likes you he may just be waiting for the right moment anyway.. see if you can get some friends to find out casually information like this. good luck
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    (Original post by Natalie561)
    There was a post that i have seen that was posted a couple of weeks ago on asking a guy out who is doing a building extenstion.
    I have a similar sort of problem although the guy i like is from school and we just left and finished yr 13 and hes going off to uni and im really going to miss him because im not going to uni. I have asked him out before in like year 12, and he said he wasn't ready for all that yet, so i left it, but we have got on really good since and he is someone i can really trust and was so nice and helpful to me when i was in hospital recently. We also went to the pub on saturday and that was cool, except nothing happened. He knows i like him and i know he does but he is quite shy and i don't think he will do anything first. But people say ask him out again because at least your know where you stand, I am quite shy myself about doing that, but i don't want to leave it and leave it before its too late!
    What do you think i should do?
    ask him out but just go somewhere nice for ya first date nothin major and good luck hunny xoxo
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    bend over infront of him with a piece of paper saying lets get jiggy on your ass.
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    (Original post by bricktops)
    bend over infront of him with a piece of paper saying lets get jiggy on your ass.
    Or that! Lol!
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    (Original post by bricktops)
    bend over infront of him with a piece of paper saying lets get jiggy on your ass.
    lol i like ur thinkin :p: xoxo
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    hes a guy...u probably have t!ts....he'll say yes
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    (Original post by THE UNDERDOG)
    hes a guy...u probably have t!ts....he'll say yes
    So you say yes to anything with tits?

    Classy :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Chickadee)
    So you say yes to anything with tits?

    Classy :rolleyes:
    It probably depends what's on offer...
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    (Original post by Natalie561)
    There was a post that i have seen that was posted a couple of weeks ago on asking a guy out who is doing a building extenstion.
    I have a similar sort of problem although the guy i like is from school and we just left and finished yr 13 and hes going off to uni and im really going to miss him because im not going to uni. I have asked him out before in like year 12, and he said he wasn't ready for all that yet, so i left it, but we have got on really good since and he is someone i can really trust and was so nice and helpful to me when i was in hospital recently. We also went to the pub on saturday and that was cool, except nothing happened. He knows i like him and i know he does but he is quite shy and i don't think he will do anything first. But people say ask him out again because at least your know where you stand, I am quite shy myself about doing that, but i don't want to leave it and leave it before its too late!
    What do you think i should do?
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    Oh my... back to the topic, its easy really. If a woman asks me out no matter who it is, as long as not too fat, not too ugly.. ill go. Luky man he is as a woman is doing the job a man should be doing. Go for it =]
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    (Original post by Bleddyn)
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    whats ur problem? idiot. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by nasht)
    Oh my... back to the topic, its easy really. If a woman asks me out no matter who it is, as long as not too fat, not too ugly.. ill go. Luky man he is as a woman is doing the job a man should be doing. Go for it =]
    Same here lol.

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    Yeah just ask him out. Nothing major needs to happen on your first date. You just wanna find out what he thinks. Even if he says no, you can tell yourself that at least you've tried. And you don't really have to see him again if you don't want to.

    Good luck
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    TBH he'll prob say no if he's off to university given that many people prefer to be single when they go.

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    Ok... thanks guys, i shall just do it and i shall let you all know what happens! Thanks for the advice
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    (Original post by Natalie561)
    There was a post that i have seen that was posted a couple of weeks ago on asking a guy out who is doing a building extenstion.
    I have a similar sort of problem although the guy i like is from school and we just left and finished yr 13 and hes going off to uni and im really going to miss him because im not going to uni. I have asked him out before in like year 12, and he said he wasn't ready for all that yet, so i left it, but we have got on really good since and he is someone i can really trust and was so nice and helpful to me when i was in hospital recently. We also went to the pub on saturday and that was cool, except nothing happened. He knows i like him and i know he does but he is quite shy and i don't think he will do anything first. But people say ask him out again because at least your know where you stand, I am quite shy myself about doing that, but i don't want to leave it and leave it before its too late!
    What do you think i should do?


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