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    Recently over the past summer holiday, my friends met up with a few girls that left our school. I get a call saying and one of the girls says I should come down. I get there 45 minutes later and there's just 5 of us there. A few people are laughing and then the girl is like, oh this is awkward. Eventually she reveals that she had a crush on me for 3 years until she left the school. I laugh it off saying it's a shame because I thought she fancied me but didn't ask her out (confidence issues). I then said it would've probably helped me with my GCSE's considering she got all A-A*s. But I thought longer about it and realised, what if she was saying it because she still liked me? Was it really relevant otherwise?

    Fast forward a month or so and I'm at a party, this girl and I are small talking about school but she is being very questioning and interested in what I say but she then goes on to say later in the evening she is talking to another boy from her Sixth form.

    Fast forward another month and another party, she is being really friendly again, joins my team for beer pong and lots of high fives contact, compliments, we don't really chat but we sort of dance, I'm off my head so I just spend the next 4 hours raving but keeping an eye out for her. I go to the toilet and walk past a group of 3 girls who I cannot recall and one says, "Oh just because you like Anon" But I freaked and ran off too the toilet to hide. I don't know if it was the girl or a different one. I am pretty good at reading signs normally but I'm not sure with this girl, I still have a few self esteem issues which may be hindering me.

    What do you guys think?
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    We don't know because we are not her. Just ask her yourself
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    Wait! Let me consult my magical crystal ball. Hmmm , the answer is How should i know?
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    Doesn't sound very clear.

    If you can, bring the topic up again like 'so, what was it that made you crush on me all that time ago?' and sneak in a 'how do you feel now?'.
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    Only way you will know is if you ask her.
 
 
 
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