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How do I tell my female friend that I'm in love with her? (I'm female too). watch

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    she just told me she feels the same. omg, i could cry with happiness....

    thanks for all the advice guys. i'm glad i did it.
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    flash her and see where it goes
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    do the email thing. that way you can say what you really mean without messing up your words, and she can read it as many times as she likes to absorb it. if she replies with something negative, just send another email saying 'JOOOOOKE!!! AHAHAHA' or something equally immature to avoid awkwardness.
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    Oh right, nice one. Hope it goes well, OP
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    I love how reading fail by the rest of the thread :P.

    OP: Awesome! Hope things progress well from hence.
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    they see me trollin'
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    not trolling lol.
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    Girl on girl action?
    best believe i'm all up in here
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    (Original post by Avaga)
    they see me trollin'
    They hatin'
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    Word of advice: even if she does ''swing the other way'' she might not feel the same way about you.
    I mean, just because a girl fancies men, it doesn't mean she fancies EVERY man who likes girls.

    Be careful, you could throw away a good friendship here.
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    Don't say anything! trust me , i was in the same situation (except with a boy) and he never was the same with me again, maybe cuz we were really good friends
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I have been in love with her for a while; she's incredible. We've been through a lot together and we're good friends. Nobody knows that I, well, swing the 'other way'. I also have no idea how to bring this sort of thing up, what would I say? Shall I send an email? What about if I competely ruin our friendship?

    She's mentioned before that she's 'confused' about her sexuality too, which can only be a positive thing, I suppose.

    Advice, please, thanks, goodbye.
    Pray to God and restrain yourself.
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    Deadly serious, just do it when you're drunk. Tell her when you're both drunk, I mean. Then if she reacts bad, be like...'HAH got you', and the next day just say 'oh god the crap people come out with when they're drunk!' And then move into an anecdote about someone else drinking.

    Or tell her properly face to face. Probably the better way I suppose, but I would be too scared to do it that way. But yeah, whenever me and my bi friend that I sort of liked would go on a night out, we'd pre-drink a lot and then end up staggering down the street going 'Ah well, if no one pulls we've got each other!!', and I'd be like :sexface: aha, which is why telling her drunk could also work.

    Edit: As others have said though, telling her at all is risky, but if you really want to then go for it, the outcome will be the same however you tell her.

    I'm really no help at all
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    she just told me she feels the same. omg, i could cry with happiness....

    thanks for all the advice guys. i'm glad i did it.
    Aw! This made me squee.

    Yay!

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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    she just told me she feels the same. omg, i could cry with happiness....

    thanks for all the advice guys. i'm glad i did it.
    *Waits for video to surface on porn streaming websites :perv:*
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    (Original post by A_master)
    *Waits for video to surface on porn streaming websites :perv:*
    I'm gonna neg your ass back to Ghana...

    At least then you can travel to Angola to watch them lose in the semi's.
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    (Original post by Memo100)
    Don't say anything! trust me , i was in the same situation (except with a boy) and he never was the same with me again, maybe cuz we were really good friends
    Lol, 11 posts above you suggests that your advice is poor.
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    I wouldn't tell her, it's probably unlikely she feels the same way, you'll just end up ruining your friendship. Unless you think it's worth risking it, of course.
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    (Original post by tinywings)
    I wouldn't tell her, it's probably unlikely she feels the same way, you'll just end up ruining your friendship. Unless you think it's worth risking it, of course.
    :facepalm:

    she already told her and it ended well...

    Try to read the whole thread? or at least the last few posts!
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    Dammit. I'm a tad confused too This just reminded me of when I was at uni before and ended up kinda liking a friend of the same sex (female) she had a bf though. It's strange because we would greet each other sometimes by a peck on the lips.

    Dang, I thought I had straightened out again but then I read this thread lol

    Having said that, I'm really happy for you, OP :yy:
 
 
 
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