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    I don't care about what this means in terms of my sexuality, but I don't know what to do. I'm sure she's straight, which is awful. She's beautiful, she makes me laugh, honestly her whole personality makes her impossible to ignore. It's like sitting next to a firework so I can barely concentrate in class, let alone when she decides to rest her head on my shoulder. I know that's incredibly cheesy but it's the best way to explain it.
    I know I've got it bad because I heard her say to one of my mutual friends at sixth form "Did I tell you who I like?" And I felt like I'd been kicked in the stomach for the rest of the lesson simply because I knew it wouldn't have been me. I want to stop feeling like this, what do I do?
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    I don't care about what this means in terms of my sexuality, but I don't know what to do. I'm sure she's straight, which is awful. She's beautiful, she makes me laugh, honestly her whole personality makes her impossible to ignore. It's like sitting next to a firework so I can barely concentrate in class, let alone when she decides to rest her head on my shoulder. I know that's incredibly cheesy but it's the best way to explain it.
    I know I've got it bad because I heard her say to one of my mutual friends at sixth form "Did I tell you who I like?" And I felt like I'd been kicked in the stomach for the rest of the lesson simply because I knew it wouldn't have been me. I want to stop feeling like this, what do I do?
    Have you thought about talking to her about it? She might well like you too.
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    Have you thought about talking to her about it? She might well like you too.
    I don't know, that doesn't seem like a good idea. Maybe if I knew for certain that she wasn't straight but otherwise...it could just make things awkward.
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    I don't know, that doesn't seem like a good idea. Maybe if I knew for certain that she wasn't straight but otherwise...it could just make things awkward.
    Well, what do you want to do instead?
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    Well, what do you want to do instead?
    I'll probably just have to wait until something changes. I don't have many friends, I can't risk losing one.
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    I'll probably just have to wait until something changes. I don't have many friends, I can't risk losing one.
    *sigh*

    I guess that's your prerogative. But if she's any good kind of a friend, she won't break it off because you like her.
 
 
 
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