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    Well basically put:

    I met this person in freshers week, and well you know the saying about instantly falling for someone I thought it was utter rubbish till now.

    We spent one short evening together just chatting, then parted ways, I later randomly ran into them again a few hours later we got chatting and we exchanged numbers at this point in time.

    A few days later I was working as a volunteer at the freshers fair when they came in, picked me out of a crowd and bounded up to me with a big smile just to say hi, then when there friends walked off decided to stay chatting with me until they re-appeared instread of going off after them.

    A few days later I invited them and there friends to join me at an event at our SU bar they came along and well I was too nervous to say even hello and that's a rare occurence for me.

    After that we stayed in touch mainly via text messages, until they lost there phone.

    A few weeks after they lost there phone there was an event on they offered to pay to get me into as I was running into financial issues, I declined on the basis I hate borrowing money off of anyone, even my parents, I know it sounds weird but that's just me.

    A few days before said event I got an e-mail of all things asking me if I was going along to the event, I said I was and we met before hand a few days later.

    At the event we spent the entire day together which just reaffirmed the fact I liked them to me, we just talked for hours and hours and hours and never once did we run out of things to say and never once did I tire of the company.

    After this meeting the frequency of texts/facebook messages increased quite considerably.

    It's been one of those moments were the more I learn about them the more I find myself falling for them.

    My question to H&R is that in said situation would you bite the bullet and tell the person how you felt or not?
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    sounds all cliched get out and meet a real someone
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    What's wrong with using "He", instead of using "them" and "they"? :curious:

    Anyway, I would say yes, go for them. :sigh:
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    why not
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    Yeah, course! Just ask them out on a date. It's what normal people would do.
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    Yes =D if you are a guy please just man up and tell them...
    If you are a girl, same sentiment, but don't man up...
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    You'll likely regret it if you don't.
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    Something I forgot to add is one of the reasons I don't do it is, and I realise how stupid this sounds, I don't feel I'm good enough for them
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    I think you're a girl...
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    Bite the bullet. What's wrong with talking in the 2nd person, you don't have to be that anonymous
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    I thought this was a girl too
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    that made literally no sense
 
 
 
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