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    Hi,

    I'm an 18 year old girl and I have a crush on my brother's friend (aged 21/22).
    Basically, we've only met once when I was with my brother (my brother and I went to watch a movie at the cinema and he invited his friend) and we spoke a bit then.
    My brother tells me how amazing he is and he sounds like my ideal guy so that's why I have a crush on him.

    But I don't know what to do. Should I tell him somehow? Should I just leave it?
    There's also the added issue of the fact that I don't know what he thinks of me. He may just think of me as his friend's little sister.
    I'm emotionally confused so any help would be much appreciated.

    (Side note: we are both Pakistani Muslims. So any help from Pakistani Muslim men/women would be super helpful but at the same time, if anyone that's not Pakistani or Muslim has any advice, I would love to read it!)

    Final note:- Please don't post any hateful or nasty comments.

    Thanks in advance for your help!
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    As a Pakistani muslim myself, I would say either wait till you meet and maybe smile at him and show him some hair...alternatively send him a pussy pic.
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    (Original post by smellmecuz)
    As a Pakistani muslim myself, I would say either wait till you meet and maybe smile at him and show him some hair...alternatively send him a pussy pic.
    😂😂😂😂😂 savage !
    If you're a lot younger then he may just look to you as a child


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    (Original post by smellmecuz)
    As a Pakistani muslim myself, I would say either wait till you meet and maybe smile at him and show him some hair...alternatively send him a pussy pic.
    I'm going to ignore that last bit.
    So what you're saying is, I should be more open and smiley when I see him?
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    (Original post by Chez231)
    😂😂😂😂😂 savage !
    If you're a lot younger then he may just look to you as a child


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    Well there's three years between us. Is that a lot, do you think?
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    Anyone? Please help!
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    Well there's three years between us. Is that a lot, do you think?
    18 ain't that bad , show him some attention and if you think he is interested them get closer basically
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    its happened to all of us some of us have secured the guy haha just message him casually.
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    (Original post by Chez231)
    18 ain't that bad , show him some attention and if you think he is interested them get closer basically
    Thanks for the advice! I guess you're right. The problem is that I don't see him and I don't have Facebook.
    But I may be going to the same uni as him in September (in shaa Allah) so hopefully I can make things work there?
    Idk what to do. :bawling::bawling::bawling:

    (Original post by mkap)
    its happened to all of us some of us have secured the guy haha just message
    casually.
    Haha congrats to whoever got their guy!
    I don't have a way to message him.
    I don't have his number and I don't have/want Facebook.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hi,

    I'm an 18 year old girl and I have a crush on my brother's friend (aged 21/22).
    Basically, we've only met once when I was with my brother (my brother and I went to watch a movie at the cinema and he invited his friend) and we spoke a bit then.
    My brother tells me how amazing he is and he sounds like my ideal guy so that's why I have a crush on him.

    But I don't know what to do. Should I tell him somehow? Should I just leave it?
    There's also the added issue of the fact that I don't know what he thinks of me. He may just think of me as his friend's little sister.
    I'm emotionally confused so any help would be much appreciated.

    (Side note: we are both Pakistani Muslims. So any help from Pakistani Muslim men/women would be super helpful but at the same time, if anyone that's not Pakistani or Muslim has any advice, I would love to read it!)

    Final note:- Please don't post any hateful or nasty comments.

    Thanks in advance for your help!
    What would your older brother think?
    Smh
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    (Original post by Fkmylife)
    What would your older brother think?
    Smh
    That's a very good point.
    Thinking about it, I think he would be happy if it did lead to marriage because it's his best friend who he's really close to so to have him as his brother-in-law wouldn't be so bad?

    Having said that, I wouldn't tell him anything about my crush right now because it's embarrassing. And also, I don't know what his friend thinks about me.
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    girl...... your brothers friends are off limits........ this is rule #1 for pakistani girls who want to date before marriage.
    any move you make on this guy, your brother will 10000000000% find out. and if he's pakistani as well then he will find this very awkward. don't be that girl.
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    girl...... your brothers friends are off limits........ this is rule #1 for pakistani girls who want to date before marriage.
    any move you make on this guy, your brother will 10000000000% find out. and if he's pakistani as well then he will find this very awkward. don't be that girl.
    Do you think so?
    What do you think I should do then?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Thanks for the advice! I guess you're right. The problem is that I don't see him and I don't have Facebook.
    But I may be going to the same uni as him in September (in shaa Allah) so hopefully I can make things work there?
    Idk what to do. :bawling::bawling::bawling:



    Haha congrats to whoever got their guy!
    I don't have a way to message him.
    I don't have his number and I don't have/want Facebook.
    ask to hang out with him for a chill
 
 
 
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