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    So here it is, another in love story. Anyway, there's this girl who I really like in my school, she has recently found out I like her (I think), through everyone somehow realising I like her and people talking about it. Also when im there, and when she's nearby some people are like calling her name and tell her im there etc. Its quite emberassing, but I really like her. Any advice of how I could move forward with this, she only comes to my school two days a week. Thanks. Im not so sure about her relationship with anyone, on Facebook it says single etc.
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    just laugh at how embarassing the comments are, let them bring u together so it doenst seem like everyone is forcing u on her...

    nd jst talk! guys seriously underestimate the power of words lol
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    Go talk to her
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    Go sit next to her sometime, make conversation with plenty of eye contact, if she responds well then ask her what she's doing at the weekend!
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    give her the eye, then shag the living daylights out of her
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    Talk to her what school do u go to btw?
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    Talk to her otherwise you'll both just find things embarrassing.

    It takes a lot of courage and that's because there is the 50% chance of rejection which you have to be prepared. However remember most importantly there is a 50% chance she will want to continue things so keep that in mind. We have to gamble to win good things so go for it.
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    **** Her Up Get In To Her!!!!
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    (Original post by ipulledhermione)
    give her the eye, then shag the living daylights out of her
    This.
    In front of everyone's stares and embarassing comments.
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    If you must be a wuss about it then start talking to her on facebook!
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    Lol, thanks for the advice guys, but im too much of a wuss to even add her on Facebook, its damn hard. I really do like her as well, she so beautiful is unreal. Would appreciate anymore comments you can give, thanks!
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Talk to her what school do u go to btw?
    Why do you need to know what school I go to? Out of curiosity,
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    (Original post by ipulledhermione)
    give her the eye, then shag the living daylights out of her
    Its not lust, I don't want to go out with her for sex. Thats just another perk of being with her, rather I want a sustainable relationship. Btw, you're not bad looking yourself!
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    (Original post by Sami092)
    Its not lust, I don't want to go out with her for sex. Thats just another perk of being with her, rather I want a sustainable relationship. Btw, you're not bad looking yourself!
    Don't fool yourself
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    (Original post by Sami092)
    Why do you need to know what school I go to? Out of curiosity,
    Its her :eek:
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    (Original post by Sami092)
    So here it is, another in love story. Anyway, there's this girl who I really like in my school, she has recently found out I like her (I think), through everyone somehow realising I like her and people talking about it. Also when im there, and when she's nearby some people are like calling her name and tell her im there etc. Its quite emberassing, but I really like her. Any advice of how I could move forward with this, she only comes to my school two days a week. Thanks. Im not so sure about her relationship with anyone, on Facebook it says single etc.
    Just go and talk to her, if she's only interested in becoming friends then that's an eventuality you will just have to accept, life will still go on.

    Failing that, dress up as a naked spaceman and turn up at her door.
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    (Original post by Butterflyleg)
    Don't fool yourself
    Im not fooling myself, its undeniable for me lol.
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    (Original post by Tom.)
    Just go and talk to her, if she's only interested in becoming friends then that's an eventuality you will just have to accept, life will still go on.

    Failing that, dress up as a naked spaceman and turn up at her door.
    Exactly the thing im afraid of, "rejection" I do like her, wishing I could be with her giving me I know its cliche but "butterflies in my stomach". She's only in two days a week as well, so its kind of hard to grab her attention!

    Im sure I've seen Chris Griffin do that to his teacher Mrs Lockheart (sp?)
    Lol :woo:
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    (Original post by Sami092)
    Exactly the thing im afraid of, "rejection" I do like her, wishing I could be with her giving me I know its cliche but "butterflies in my stomach". She's only in two days a week as well, so its kind of hard to grab her attention!

    Im sure I've seen Chris Griffin do that to his teacher Mrs Lockheart (sp?)
    Lol :woo:

    You need to man up and get some more confidence. Life is way too short to dither around, grab every opportunity by the cojones.
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    (Original post by WNS)
    Its her :eek:
    Im a boy, it would be normal to assume its a her, why the added emphasis on the "her"? It is a her!
 
 
 
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