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    There is this girl in my sixth form who doesn't seem to have any friends. It's not that she is bullied or anything people just seem to ignore everything she says and I feel kind of bad for her especially when she keeps on talking even when no one is listening. I do feel sympathy for her but the reason no one speaks to her is because what she says is largely irrelevant to the conversation. Furthermore if I speak to her she may follow me around and 'latch on to me' as she has been known to do with other groups. Don't get me wrong I do feel bad for her but I don't particularly want to hang out with her either. What should I do here?
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    why don't you want to hang with her? You may get to know her and she may seem really nice.
    Give it a shot !
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    ^What lizziecr said.^
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    There is this girl in my sixth form who doesn't seem to have any friends. It's not that she is bullied or anything people just seem to ignore everything she says and I feel kind of bad for her especially when she keeps on talking even when no one is listening. I do feel sympathy for her but the reason no one speaks to her is because what she says is largely irrelevant to the conversation. Furthermore if I speak to her she may follow me around and 'latch on to me' as she has been known to do with other groups. Don't get me wrong I do feel bad for her but I don't particularly want to hang out with her either. What should I do here?
    It depends.
    It would be a nice thing for you to do.
    But on the other hand if you know the out come and she is just going to be annoying and weird then just leave it.

    It's hard for people to think about it from her position because she probably thinks the other groups want to hang out with her but then maybe the groups don't care much for her so then it just looks weird.

    It's totally down to you and the situation/her personality whether you what to form some sort of friendship with this person.
 
 
 
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