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Asked out this girl, got rejected. Now friends texting me?! Watch

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    In a really weird situation that I can't make sense of.

    I asked this girl out at school, and she said no. The very next day her friend starts texting me but really flirty things on Facebook. For example, love hearts at the end, or using loving emoticons and then pretending she pressed the wrong key as well as other generally strange sights , especially the fact that girls never text first...

    But the thing that bewilders me the most is that I have spoken to this girl a maximum of twice and only briefly, so what's going on?
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    Mate, girls don't make sense. Just go with it?
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    Maybe she found it attractive that you asked out her friend, or she has liked you for a while and when you asked someone out it spurred her to act.

    If you like her, go with it, otherwise just be friendly.
 
 
 
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