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    help needed , there is a guy at my work who im quite interested in and who i think is a really nice person, but i dont know whether or not i should make a move because its hard to read the signals he is giving im not a 100% sure if he is interested or not... the only time i wud get a chance to see him would be work and that could be once a week , he has a interview today and i was wonderin should i txt him saying good luck to break the ice, or wat else should i say?
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    "Good luck at the interview today. Will always be thinking of you. I'll treat you with a special something if you pass it xxx"
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    a "good luck" text would be nice, it would show him that you like him but not creep him out or anything

    don't make a move on him yet though
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    yeah thats wat i was thinkin aswell , thanks
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