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    so my neighbour who btw i don't really know and is 15 (I'm 18) just asked me if i want to go 'hangout' with her & she's had a crush on me for ages & firstly I'm too old for her, secondly i have a girlfriend but i don't know how to nicely reject her without making her feel embarrassed & cos she is literally my neighbour i don't want her to feel awkward seeing me. The clock is ticking guys cos this happened on FB so I've read her message but am still thinking of a polite response :') any help would be much appreciated
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    You're busy doing something with your girlfriend which can only be done by people over the age of 15.
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    I would just give a polite no thank you. Don't give anything that might make her thing you're interested, for example if you didn't have a girl friend, as her Dad might come and pummel you.
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    i like that idea :') ill do that, thanks

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    You're busy doing something with your girlfriend which can only be done by people over the age of 15.
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    How about: "Oh, that's nice of you to suggest it, but think how jealous my GF would feel if I agreed."
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    (Original post by Parlaphone)
    so my neighbour who btw i don't really know and is 15 (I'm 18) just asked me if i want to go 'hangout' with her & she's had a crush on me for ages & firstly I'm too old for her, secondly i have a girlfriend but i don't know how to nicely reject her without making her feel embarrassed & cos she is literally my neighbour i don't want her to feel awkward seeing me. The clock is ticking guys cos this happened on FB so I've read her message but am still thinking of a polite response :') any help would be much appreciated
    There isn't really a nice way of doing it without hurting her but just be honest and say you have a girlfriend.
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    Maybe she wants to hang out as friends. Don't be rude accept her offer but make it clear to her when you do hangout that you have a girlfriend
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    (Original post by Parlaphone)
    so my neighbour who btw i don't really know and is 15 (I'm 18) just asked me if i want to go 'hangout' with her & she's had a crush on me for ages & firstly I'm too old for her, secondly i have a girlfriend but i don't know how to nicely reject her without making her feel embarrassed & cos she is literally my neighbour i don't want her to feel awkward seeing me. The clock is ticking guys cos this happened on FB so I've read her message but am still thinking of a polite response :') any help would be much appreciated
    You're friends on facebook, you know her age and where she lives and you say you don't really know her???

    Just say sorry you can't hangout with her. Simple as that.

    You could give a reason if you want but that would mean you want to have a conversation with her.
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    Girl: I love you.
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    "Hi I can't I'll be meeting up with my girlfriend then sorry"
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    Ask when her birthday is.
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    say thank you to her and later ignore her msgs
    idk it worked for my crush ive been going crazy for ages he didnt accept or reject me
    no hmm maybe, i think i would like u if we were the same age.. if u like her too.. u know age doesnt matter really.
 
 
 
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