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    I'm such a loser, I don't know why I'm so bad a getting people's phone numbers. I've been at uni 14 weeks now and I only have 2 numbers of close friends. would it be weird to ask them now?! I don't know how to ask them? They'll think I'm such a loser...
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    I'm such a loser, I don't know why I'm so bad a getting people's phone numbers. I've been at uni 14 weeks now and I only have 2 numbers of close friends. would it be weird to ask them now?! I don't know how to ask them? They'll think I'm such a loser...
    In the wider scheme of things it's not that really that weird. Just ask them..."Hey, I don't think I've actually got your number", that's a simple enough way to ask for it.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm such a loser, I don't know why I'm so bad a getting people's phone numbers. I've been at uni 14 weeks now and I only have 2 numbers of close friends. would it be weird to ask them now?! I don't know how to ask them? They'll think I'm such a loser...
    Yes that is weird...

    I have everyone's number I've met basically, what Uni is about!
 
 
 
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