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    So basically, me and this girl have been friends for a long time, although it's only recently that we have gotten much closer. So close in fact that she asked me to the sixth form ball NEXT year
    Now here is where it gets tricky, through the conversations we have had, she has told me that she thinks I am wonderful, lovely and very attractive. At another point, I made a joke that she friendzoned me but she assured that I would never find myself in that position with her. (Ask her out already you're thinking).
    Plot Twist, she has a boyfriend.
    Another Plot Twist, she's really amazing, and her mum adores me.
    To make things even more fun, I asked her whether she would go out with me if she were single, and she said yes.
    So how do I advance?
    I REALLY like her and I'd rather not wait for them to split up as that could take ages.
    Any ideas?? Thank you
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    (Original post by CamJam33)
    So basically, me and this girl have been friends for a long time, although it's only recently that we have gotten much closer. So close in fact that she asked me to the sixth form ball NEXT year
    Now here is where it gets tricky, through the conversations we have had, she has told me that she thinks I am wonderful, lovely and very attractive. At another point, I made a joke that she friendzoned me but she assured that I would never find myself in that position with her. (Ask her out already you're thinking).
    Plot Twist, she has a boyfriend.
    Another Plot Twist, she's really amazing, and her mum adores me.
    To make things even more fun, I asked her whether she would go out with me if she were single, and she said yes.
    So how do I advance?
    I REALLY like her and I'd rather not wait for them to split up as that could take ages.
    Any ideas?? Thank you
    As she has a boyfriend, doing any more than telling her how you feel would be inappropriate.
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    As she has a boyfriend, doing any more than telling her how you feel would be inappropriate.
    Solid advice, thank you
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    Think its easy and more or less what claire said. Remind her she has a bf and youd never interfer in that. Ofc you already have and why isnt she taking bf to prom? If shes single then ofc all to play for, but she isnt so leave alone.
 
 
 
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