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    So there this girl I know through a mutual friend, we went to her party and apparently she 'gave me the eyes' but I was too fuxxed to notice...

    I already have her number as I sold her a festival ticket about 9 months ago.

    She's recently come out of a relationship - like 3 months ago but I think she may still be hurting a bit. But I met her probably 2 years ago when she was with this guy and I thought she was very pretty back then.

    Now, somehow we're still friends, she lives in Malaysia but we're studying in Liverpool, she's at LJMU and I'm at Uni of Manchester....

    ...so naturally we should not even be talking to each other much...
    ...her friend invited me to their house party but it got cancelled so I messaged her and asked what was up and then agreed to go partying after exam season (end of Jan).

    I bumped into her in sainsbury's the last week before term and exchanged small talk - what she studies, where she lives, what she plans on doing after uni and wished a happy christmas. But the way she looked at me gave me further encouragement. The fact that it was random may have added to it but she looked at me a girl hasn't in a long time, it was a really deep, happy gaze..can't really explain it but it was a different look to when I first met her when she was in a relationship...

    What can I do to 'escalate' things when I next see her? I think I have a chance. I'm not obsessed with her but I don't know how to take things further without seeming desperate...I'm busy revising atm but will be done in a month.
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    (Original post by wannabeaca)
    What can I do to 'escalate' things when I next see her
    Be up front about it. If she isn't helpful then ask to speak to her supervisor. There's usually an escalation team designed to handle these sorts of complaints.
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    (Original post by Zorg)
    Be up front about it. If she isn't helpful then ask to speak to her supervisor. There's usually an escalation team designed to handle these sorts of complaints.
    :lolwut:


    OP hopefully when you next see her you'll both be drunk at a party, if so just try and get with her. Sorted
 
 
 
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