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    (Original post by ThatOneLegendAdz)
    We're all 17 all at school year 12 sixth form at a grammar school in the UK

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    Not much younger than me then, the reason I ask is, its hard to give some advice/ an outside opinion without a little bit of context.

    Do what you think's right, you know them better than me. Keep in mind though that you could come across being possessive/needy if you say the wrong things.

    (Original post by carstairs)
    the dragging out of words means literally nothing, i do it to seem less formal with all my friends

    idk its just the sort of thing girls do when they're being a lil bit flirty but not neccecerallyw ith it meaning anything, just a bit of fun

    (that was explained horribly sorry)
    I agree, it's not flirty its just 'girly'.

    PS Where are my dragons?
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