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    hey so im great mates with this girl i know at uni, she lives in my mates girlfriends house. we talk to each other a lot in person/facebook/text. ive kissed her a few times.

    i told her the other day that i really like her, and she said she likes me too but she likes being single, going with the flow, etc. the she says she feels awkward talking about it.

    i think she is hung up on another guy she used to go with, not as a boy friend, but just as more than a friend. (this happened for nearly 2 years.) she only started talking to me about it over facebook the other day, and i could sense that she was feeling awkward.

    i like the girl so much, i just want her to see that, more than words :/

    she knows we have chemistry but how do i show her that we can work? i really like the girl. she is very shy but how do i bring my good side out in order to let her trust me and let me in

    i wont see her until jan now but we text and facebook everyday so i would be very thankful to any reply. cheers
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    i told her the other day that i really like her, and she said she likes me too but she likes being single, going with the flow
    Christ almighty, how can you not work this one out for yourself?

    She said she wants to be single, she says she enjoys the freedom of being single. What's more to discuss? Suck it up and get on with your studies, if things are meant to be with her, they will slot into place naturally.
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    and let me in
    I don't know what got into my brain but that smiley right there is bothering me.............................. .......
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    hey so im great mates with this girl i know at uni, she lives in my mates girlfriends house. we talk to each other a lot in person/facebook/text. ive kissed her a few times.

    i told her the other day that i really like her, and she said she likes me too but she likes being single, going with the flow, etc. the she says she feels awkward talking about it.

    i think she is hung up on another guy she used to go with, not as a boy friend, but just as more than a friend. (this happened for nearly 2 years.) she only started talking to me about it over facebook the other day, and i could sense that she was feeling awkward.

    i like the girl so much, i just want her to see that, more than words :/

    she knows we have chemistry but how do i show her that we can work? i really like the girl. she is very shy but how do i bring my good side out in order to let her trust me and let me in

    i wont see her until jan now but we text and facebook everyday so i would be very thankful to any reply. cheers
    Improve yourself, stop wasting taxpayers money and finally spend more time with her, hopefully she will see the light.
 
 
 
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