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    Hey!!! Anon please

    Just some advice, dont like doing this kind of thing but oh well.

    Two / Three (maybe little more) months ago, i asked a girl who clearly liked me for her number. I got it and things were good. We carried on with the usual eye contact smiling / shyness and i text her alot to chat. I asked her out once or twice and she was "Yeah sure." but we never really got around to arranging anything. (I was always the one to send a text first )

    So i left it for a while.. We split from College for a while and i didnt see her in, about a month............. But then yesterday, she asked me out one time. To go watch her Drama production which is Friday Night...... So now im confused... After a while of not chatting, she suddenly wants to see me again?

    This girls quite laid back... She gets lots of attention from guys, so i dont think im the only guy thats asked her out . How should i take it? She has to be interested, right? Why else would she invite me out next friday? Yet, through those 2 or 3 months we chatted and got to know each other, she never suggested going out or organised anything.

    Thanks for reading!!!
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    that's what us girls do when we get bored or are feeling lonely - we try hook up with a guy we know likes us but we were never really ontp him enough to do something about it. i think you're in her 'reserve stash' you know...just in case. but i say take advantage of it if she's going to use you use her back - i probably shouldn't be telling you to do this considering i'm a girl but oh well
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    yeh as pretty much same as above, without the yogurt pots You havent actually done anything with this girl in the past 3 months so just forget about them, go to the show on friday and take it from there
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    Go for it, just dont be a tool.
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    Yep, use her.
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    If she's not so forward, she might not be the type to ask a guy out or be the first one to text? She might have been waiting for more contact from you, and when it went silent she decided to initiate contact.

    I don't think she uses you - you haven't even been physical, and if she was just lonely she would have asked for a date, not for you to watch her drama production. Just go, be friendly and laid-back and have fun. Don't over-analyze your situation.
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    Wanting you to go see her Drama production does not equal interest. Anyone who's in a play always wants as many of their friends/casual acquaintances to go as possible. That doesn't necessarily mean she doesn't like you, just don't take it as a concrete sign. Text her and ask her if she wants to do something with you afterwards, if she says yes then see how it goes from there.
 
 
 
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