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    I'm trying to make friends at youth clubs/ect, advice on how to be interesting :confused: ?
    15, not the cliquey person you'd see, Sporty, interest in guitar, likes maths (algebra :3), watches anime and reads manga, into Xbox, good self esteem, real.

    Basically, how should I approach a group without feeling like I'm intruding. :puppyeyes:
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    help :c
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    So, it sounds obvious, but just to talk to them. There's isn't any particular best way to approach a group of other people but talking to them, making the first move, does work. If you're shy, talk to people when they're on their own / when you're doing activities together and then they might introduce you to their group of friends.
 
 
 
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