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    Basically, I went out on Saturday night to a nightclub with some friends and there I met a friend of a friend. We got talking, and what not. She then asked me where to exit was when she wanted to leave and waited for me to walk her to it rather than walk out herself despite me clearly pointing at the exit. I then walked her to the exit and hugged her goodbye as she left.

    Later the next day, I began to chat with her on Facebook to try and meet up and basically it got to the point after chatting a while that we got to this:



    Me: You probably don't have as many exams as me though, how many do you have..?


    Her: are you doing the ib?? 7


    Me: A levels and 10; I win


    Her: hooow do you have 10??


    Me: Retakes are my best friends


    Her: I'm retaking all of maths


    Me: Ahh I do maths too! Retaking c2 here, we could meet up and revise if you ever want to.


    Her: ahhh i find it hard enough revising alone, that would just be more of a reason to procrastinate haha, thank you anyway though


    It's been 3 days and nothing has been said since. I'm guessing I shouldn't bother messaging her again?
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    You made the mistake I used to make with girls at your age. Asking pointless questions about education, or the kind that could help you write her autobiography.

    When you should be asking her stuff like "what color panties you got on? Live and you learn my friend.
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    (Original post by VAST)
    Basically, I went out on Saturday night to a nightclub with some friends and there I met a friend of a friend. We got talking, and what not. She then asked me where to exit was when she wanted to leave and waited for me to walk her to it rather than walk out herself despite me clearly pointing at the exit. I then walked her to the exit and hugged her goodbye as she left.

    Later the next day, I began to chat with her on Facebook to try and meet up and basically it got to the point after chatting a while that we got to this:



    Me: You probably don't have as many exams as me though, how many do you have..?


    Her: are you doing the ib?? 7


    Me: A levels and 10; I win


    Her: hooow do you have 10??


    Me: Retakes are my best friends


    Her: I'm retaking all of maths


    Me: Ahh I do maths too! Retaking c2 here, we could meet up and revise if you ever want to.


    Her: ahhh i find it hard enough revising alone, that would just be more of a reason to procrastinate haha, thank you anyway though


    It's been 3 days and nothing has been said since. I'm guessing I shouldn't bother messaging her again?
    Its up to you, another message wont hurt.
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    Thanks for your opinions, any other thoughts..?
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    How long have you been speaking to this girl? Just that one time?
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    Yeah. Just met her as we went to get drinks with friends and introduced myself there.
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    Ask if she's going to be at a certain event. Are you going to ___'s party? Will I see you again at ____ on Saturday? A bit of a break from maths revision?

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    I might try that when the opportunity arises good idea!
 
 
 
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