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There is this girl at work (in a hospital) that I like. I started work last October and saw her then but we work in different areas and rarely see each other than the occasional time we are on the same ward or pass the corridor.

This whole time I have tried to chat with her and get to know her but haven't been able to due to lack of confidence and lack of time I get to do so. I feel during the first month she definitely showed a liking towards me, but that could be her character as she seems outgoing and friendly.

My problem is, I want to ask for her number or even to hang out, but I feel due to the lack of being around her long enough to have conversations (maybe had a couple short ones) and only occasionally greeting each other in the corridor, I think that even though we have known each other since October, we don't know each other that well and so asking would seem odd. Also, I have no confidence to do so whatsoever as I fear (stupidly) rejection.

I know there are plenty of these sorts of threads and I am sure the typical answer would be "get confidence and ask" but it doesn't seem that easy and as I said, when could I ask if we barely have time to talk. I don't wanna walk past her in the hallway and stop her and ask.
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Okay. Don't stop and ask her then, and let it be a wasted opportunity.

Man up. If you're working at a hospital, you're maybe around 24 years old? 9 older than me. That's embarrassing. Just ask her, "hey, I was wondering if I could have your number?" Or just stop her and ask her "hey, I was wondering if you wanted to meet up sometime?" And if she looks interested, say that you like her

She's not an alien for christ's sake. She actually thinks like you, eats and drinks like you, sleeps like you, heck, ****s like you too. There's no reason why at that age you can't ask her out.
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(Original post by Guills on wheels)
Okay. Don't stop and ask her then, and let it be a wasted opportunity.

Man up. If you're working at a hospital, you're maybe around 24 years old? 9 older than me. That's embarrassing. Just ask her, "hey, I was wondering if I could have your number?" Or just stop her and ask her "hey, I was wondering if you wanted to meet up sometime?" And if she looks interested, say that you like her

She's not an alien for christ's sake. She actually thinks like you, eats and drinks like you, sleeps like you, heck, ****s like you too. There's no reason why at that age you can't ask her out.
First of all, I'm 18 and obviously she isn't an alien. I'm just nervous about rejection.
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First of all, I'm 18 and obviously she isn't an alien. I'm just nervous about rejection.
Still 3 years on me.

You can't be nervous about rejection. What's the worst that will happen if she says no? You won't be condemned to a pot of despair?
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Who curz if you get rejected, move on to some other fit nurse, just go up to ask for her number if she says no walk off, done.
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