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    So a girl at school who I occasionaly talk to asked for my MSN on FB, so I added her. We started talking on Wednesday/Thursday and we had some long conversaions about random stuff. She started a lot of the conversations as well. She was using a lot of smilies and generally seemed in a good mood. She asked me a lot who I fancied and I eventually told her on Friday night, and since then things have been a little different. We had a good convo last night but other than that things seem strange and of the 3 or convo's we've had have been like 'I'm not interested'.

    She has shown she likes I guess and was the one to ask me for my MSN in the first place. And she also asked me to go on and Thursday night. I just want to be able to talk to her again and have a flowing conversation. She knows that I 'fancy' or 'like' her as I told her that when she asks.

    I'm confused what to doand is there a way to get her back through real life or charming her over MSN?
 
 
 
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