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    So I have a little situation and need some advice. About 3weeks into my first semester as a fresher, a guy from back home started sending me flirty messages, I avoided them at first but liked the attention and played back a little. I'd known him for a couple of years as a mate. He admitted he really liked me, we kept texting for a while until just before Christmas when he said he realised we couldn't be together as I go to uni really far away and I only come home twice a year then for summer. I had thought about how I felt and came to the same conclusion, we met up as friends in the Christmas holiday but nothing happened. Then the texts started again and have been going on for a while. I really fancy him and would like something to happen but I just don't know what to do. I'm going home for summer soon, though we don't live that close to each other c and the texts are still coming. Any advice?:confused:
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    Arrange to meet up with him in the summer
 
 
 
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