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    Guys, I got a little problem here. One of my friends, who knows a lot about physics and maths but nothing about girls, started to fancy a girl in my old maths class at the end of year 12. He has talked to her for a few weeks on Facebook at the beginning of year 13 until I made a stupid move, and she stopped replying to him(I did feel guilty). They haven't talked much in real life beause my friend is really shy.
    My friend, he really likes her and feel like she is the centre of his world. Their last common exam is on this Friday, after that, they probably won't be seeing each other again. He knows he has to do something, otherwise he would regert for his whole life. He has planned to ask her if she wants to go to prom with him and her phone number.
    Guys, the question is, does anyone have any suggestions or tips for him asking her? And how big is his chance of succeeding?

    P.S. My friend and I are two different people.
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    What was this stupid move, did you ask her out or did you say something which pushed her to stop talking to him?
    Also, regret it his whole life? Mate, girls come and go, trust me so, letting this one get away I doubt will make much of a difference...
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    (Original post by Scienceisgood)
    What was this stupid move, did you ask her out or did you say something which pushed her to stop talking to him?
    Also, regret it his whole life? Mate, girls come and go, trust me so, letting this one get away I doubt will make much of a difference...
    I basically just said hi on Facebook, and that was it I regret for doing that tho
    My friend and I have been talking about that for the whole year, he kept saying that he feels like she is the right one, and bla bla bla. I like respect others' opinions, so I didn't tell him to give or find another one.
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    I basically just said hi on Facebook, and that was it I regret for doing that tho
    My friend and I have been talking about that for the whole year, he kept saying that he feels like she is the right one, and bla bla bla. I like respect others' opinions, so I didn't tell him to give or find another one.
    Wait, so you said "Hi" to this girl and that was it?
    Hardly a whole "I'm moving in your girl, outta my way!" kinda thing... your mate needs to realise that, a girl can have guy friends without there being any direct competition...
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    Tell your friend to grow up. Deciding someone is the love of your life from a couple of weeks chatting on Facebook... give me strength.

    Have him ask her out, if he doesn't or she says no that is the end of it and I suggest he enjoys the rest of his hopefully 60+ years of life.
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    (Original post by Scienceisgood)
    Wait, so you said "Hi" to this girl and that was it?
    Hardly a whole "I'm moving in your girl, outta my way!" kinda thing... your mate needs to realise that, a girl can have guy friends without there being any direct competition...
    Nah, my friend and I are like best buddies, he told me he liked that girl at the beginning of year 13. So I thought maybe I could give him some help and said hi to that girl. Then, that girl stopped replying to my friend's messages, and that was because of me.
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    (Original post by Elivercury)
    Tell your friend to grow up. Deciding someone is the love of your life from a couple of weeks chatting on Facebook... give me strength.

    Have him ask her out, if he doesn't or she says no that is the end of it and I suggest he enjoys the rest of his hopefully 60+ years of life.
    It wasn't like that, cause me, my friend and that girl were in the same class last year, so it wasn't just a few weeks of facebook chatting. Although he was in the same class with her the whole year, but he only started liking her at the end of year 12, so I dunno.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    It wasn't like that, cause me, my friend and that girl were in the same class last year, so it wasn't just a few weeks of facebook chatting. Although he was in the same class with her the whole year, but he only started liking her at the end of year 12, so I dunno.
    Nothing you said changes my advice or the outcome.

    Also, if a friend saying hello to her is reason enough for her to blow off your friend, I don't like his odds.
 
 
 
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