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    She hits me in class (lightly) and sticks things on me and punches lightly if i take them off, and we end up having a really playful fight, and i think one of her friends talks about me cuz i told them a joke and idk how she knew i said tht joke cuz she said "You have the worst jokes" and thn she said the joke i told her m8
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    (Original post by LEEYAMNEESON)
    She hits me in class (lightly) and sticks things on me and punches lightly if i take them off, and we end up having a really playful fight, and i think one of her friends talks about me cuz i told them a joke and idk how she knew i said tht joke cuz she said "You have the worst jokes" and thn she said the joke i told her m8
    She 100% wants the D, ask her out
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    She certainly does like you; however, it is not clear if it is in the sense of a friendship or romance.
    For that reason, I suggest following her on Instagram and liking all of her photos if she does it back; that'll give you an indication that she is interested in you.
    Another suggestion for breaking the ice is to message her on any social networking that she is on; ask her about that class, assignment, coursework, or general questions that blossom a conversation.

    Good luck.
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    (p.s if she likes you, she won't be the one that "sticks things" on you. You'll be the one that "sticks things" on her )
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    I'll give you the same advice I give anyone who asks this sort of question: stop wasting time trying to second-guess what someone else is thinking, and focus on how you feel. If you are interested in her, ask her out; if not, don't. Simple as
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    not enough imo, just be a man and ask her out
 
 
 
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