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    I sit next to a girl in one of my lessons and she is really nice, pretty and clever. I'm beginning to think I like her but I don't know what I should do. At first we never talked but all of a sudden we began chatting. After this she asked she could work with me for an assignment thing. During this time we got closer and talked a lot more, I made her laugh quite a lot during this period. Whilst working on this project I began talking to her during other lessons etc. Whilst talking to her best friend she said the girl 'really liked me' and I didn't take much notice of this but now I'm wondering what it meant. For a few weeks we didn't speak as much in lesson but still talked. Then we worked together again for a different experiment and we had lots of 'banter' and I would even say it verged on flirting but I don't know! I was thinking of talking to her best friend again to see if she still could put up with me! What do you think?
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    **** me - r u thick or something ?

    Seriously - the signals she is giving out is **** me hard and fast !

    PS - if you ignore I will gladly take over ... thanks mate.

    PS2 - I was kidding if you someone else in here you are a fool !!!!
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    (Original post by Delbyo69)
    **** me - r u thick or something ?

    Seriously - the signals she is giving out is **** me hard and fast !

    PS - if you ignore I will gladly take over ... thanks mate.

    PS2 - I was kidding if you someone else in here you are a fool !!!!
    what are you on about?
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    Don't go to her friend :facepalm: You have a chance, go straight to her and ask her out.
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    What you need to do is talk to her outside school. Get her number and text her and flirt. call her even.
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    (Original post by ReeceJ)
    Really think so?


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    No I don't, I think that he should do absolutely nothing until she moves on and then he should regret it for every waking moment of the rest of his life
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    You all really think so?
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    (Original post by Mockery)
    No I don't, I think that he should do absolutely nothing until she moves on and then he should regret it for every waking moment of the rest of his life
    I posted on the wrong thread! I can't delete the post so all it says now is the signature thing,


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    Anyone else?
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    The mistake most guys make is they feel like they need to wait and charm a girl, and seek some sort of confirmation that she's smitten with him before asking her out.
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    (Original post by Yawn11)
    The mistake most guys make is they feel like they need to wait and charm a girl, and seek some sort of confirmation that she's smitten with him before asking her out.

    So you think I should ask her out?
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    (Original post by AnonymousAccount)
    So you think I should ask her out?
    You think she's attractive? She's single? Emotionally available? Then yeah why not.
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    (Original post by Yawn11)
    You think she's attractive? She's single? Emotionally available? Then yeah why not.
    Yes, very! Yes. Yes. I see your point! I suppose it's just a case of not having courage.
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    (Original post by AnonymousAccount)
    Yes, very! Yes. Yes. I see your point! I suppose it's just a case of not having courage.
    Girls dig confidence man, even if she's not interested she'll respect you for having the balls to make her aware that you find her attractive.
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    Grow some balls and ask her out - you have nothing to lose!
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    (Original post by Yawn11)
    Girls dig confidence man, even if she's not interested she'll respect you for having the balls to make her aware that you find her attractive.
    I see! Thanks for the advice!
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    ask for her number, to go to the cinema, plan a group trip out to eat, ask her to eat with just you two, go to the pub, if there's a party soon say you'll see her there...

    just do something, don't leave it!

    but make it cute (:

    and Yawn is very right.

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    (Original post by pinksugar)
    ask for her number, to go to the cinema, plan a group trip out to eat, ask her to eat with just you two, go to the pub, if there's a party soon say you'll see her there...

    just do something, don't leave it!

    but make it cute (:

    and Yawn is very right.

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    Okay, thanks.
 
 
 
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