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    I know, ground breaking stuff. But seriously, I don't know what to do. He's in my politics class and we get on really well, but never talk outside of school. I really want this to be a thing, but I don't know how to go about it. I don't think looks wise I'm the kind of girl he'd go for so it makes it a lot harder. What should I do? I really like him, I don't want to just forget about him.
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    Maybe just message him on Facebook or something with a general conversation starter?


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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I know, ground breaking stuff. But seriously, I don't know what to do. He's in my politics class and we get on really well, but never talk outside of school. I really want this to be a thing, but I don't know how to go about it. I don't think looks wise I'm the kind of girl he'd go for so it makes it a lot harder. What should I do? I really like him, I don't want to just forget about him.
    Next time you see him just ask if he wants to go on a date somewhere,
    or maybe just ask if he wants to have lunch with you first. (During Uni time I mean)
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I know, ground breaking stuff. But seriously, I don't know what to do. He's in my politics class and we get on really well, but never talk outside of school. I really want this to be a thing, but I don't know how to go about it. I don't think looks wise I'm the kind of girl he'd go for so it makes it a lot harder. What should I do? I really like him, I don't want to just forget about him.
    Growing up, maturity and life is all about learning to let go of things and disappointment.

    But have you not just tried the "****it" direct approach of asking him out for coffee/drinks/whatever you kids do these days?

    If he's keen happy days, if not then at least you saved yourself pointless and uncomfortable himming and hawwing.
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    there once was a very pretty girl at my workplace who liked politics, just like me
    guess what I did. I talked to her (about 4 weeks later she was in my bed *comedy sound effect!*), and I didn't care how obvious it was that it was me intentionally trying to get close - who cares? if they don't want to talk to you, it would be obvious and things would end there. if there's chemistry between two people, suggestively if you like them (they probably like you too if it's based on how well you two get along, because obviously things like this can't just be from one end) then go further, and as far as you want things to go.
 
 
 
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