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    If any1 remembers this is part 2 of last weeks thread:

    Last week I messaged her on fb asking a question about lectures and she answered. On Monday I talked to her in person for the first time. It was a good convo and she was asking questions too. After that I haven't had the opportunity to talk to her in person and I'll probs see her next week now.

    My friends have told me to add her on fb, but I dunno how to start a convo with her on fb. I don't really wanna talk about uni work.

    We're both at the same uni, year, course and from the same part of london and live around 30mins away. But she stays in accommodation during term time whereas I commute.
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    How can I play it cool and make an interesting convo?
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    ask her about her dad
    then when she's in the middle of answering her interrupt and ask who's your daddy
    works everytime 10/10 efficiency
 
 
 
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