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    Hey all, never thought I'd be posting something like this on TSR but here goes:

    There's a girl in one of my classes that I have a slight soft spot for, we only really used to talk in class (mainly because we never saw each other outside the classroom really) but seemed to get on pretty well. I am in my final year of school and classes have officially finished, we are now doing exams. I have seen her before each exam (we do the same stuff) but haven't really approached her, mainly as I'm fairly nervous before exams and don't want to come across the wrong way because of that, if that makes sense. I like her and want to start chatting but don't have much opportunity left seeing that school finishes at the end of the month.

    So here's the question, would you (girls) be in any way creeped out if a bloke (that you hadn't really spoken to for a month or two, but had seen) were to add you out of the blue on snapchat? What would you infer from that?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hey all, never thought I'd be posting something like this on TSR but here goes:

    There's a girl in one of my classes that I have a slight soft spot for, we only really used to talk in class (mainly because we never saw each other outside the classroom really) but seemed to get on pretty well. I am in my final year of school and classes have officially finished, we are now doing exams. I have seen her before each exam (we do the same stuff) but haven't really approached her, mainly as I'm fairly nervous before exams and don't want to come across the wrong way because of that, if that makes sense. I like her and want to start chatting but don't have much opportunity left seeing that school finishes at the end of the month.

    So here's the question, would you (girls) be in any way creeped out if a bloke (that you hadn't really spoken to for a month or two, but had seen) were to add you out of the blue on snapchat? What would you infer from that?
    I'm not a girl, but I would be wondering how they got the sc and would most likely block them until I know who they actually are. At least, that is the sensible thing to do.

    I'm sure there are better ways of initially approaching her, although none are easy, I'll give you that.
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    I'm not a girl, but I would be wondering how they got the sc and would most likely block them until I know who they actually are. At least, that is the sensible thing to do.

    I'm sure there are better ways of initially approaching her, although none are easy, I'll give you that.
    I'm hardly some stranger, like we haven't really spoken recently but used to get along very well in class; with school coming to a close, I kinda want to start something up if that makes sense
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    Hey all, never thought I'd be posting something like this on TSR but here goes:

    There's a girl in one of my classes that I have a slight soft spot for, we only really used to talk in class (mainly because we never saw each other outside the classroom really) but seemed to get on pretty well. I am in my final year of school and classes have officially finished, we are now doing exams. I have seen her before each exam (we do the same stuff) but haven't really approached her, mainly as I'm fairly nervous before exams and don't want to come across the wrong way because of that, if that makes sense. I like her and want to start chatting but don't have much opportunity left seeing that school finishes at the end of the month.

    So here's the question, would you (girls) be in any way creeped out if a bloke (that you hadn't really spoken to for a month or two, but had seen) were to add you out of the blue on snapchat? What would you infer from that?
    nothing and no, i wouldn't be creeped out
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    I'm not a girl but one thing I do know is that snapchat in my personal opinion is worst form of social media to use when trying to formulate a relationship. Why you ask?

    Well word count... the most important thing about starting a relationship is with talking, Snap chat limits the amount of words you can put into one message and makes it very difficult for you to portray yourself accurately. Its like going to the movies as a first date, you see each others faces, then sit in silence, in the dark for two hours then go home and you have learned nothing about each other except you both have the hots for leonardo dicaprio. Start talking on facebook messenger where you can hold a real conversation and get to know each other, then you stand a better chance of formulating a strong long lasting relationship. Oh btw you may also realize that she is completely mad 10 minuets in and can hit the abort button early.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hey all, never thought I'd be posting something like this on TSR but here goes:

    There's a girl in one of my classes that I have a slight soft spot for, we only really used to talk in class (mainly because we never saw each other outside the classroom really) but seemed to get on pretty well. I am in my final year of school and classes have officially finished, we are now doing exams. I have seen her before each exam (we do the same stuff) but haven't really approached her, mainly as I'm fairly nervous before exams and don't want to come across the wrong way because of that, if that makes sense. I like her and want to start chatting but don't have much opportunity left seeing that school finishes at the end of the month.

    So here's the question, would you (girls) be in any way creeped out if a bloke (that you hadn't really spoken to for a month or two, but had seen) were to add you out of the blue on snapchat? What would you infer from that?
    No way its completely normal, I wouldnt think anything of it. It happens all the time. Ive recently finished school too and now, quite a few people that I werent besties with are adding me on snapchat and instagram (and vice versa) just to keep up with each other's lives really
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hey all, never thought I'd be posting something like this on TSR but here goes:

    There's a girl in one of my classes that I have a slight soft spot for, we only really used to talk in class (mainly because we never saw each other outside the classroom really) but seemed to get on pretty well. I am in my final year of school and classes have officially finished, we are now doing exams. I have seen her before each exam (we do the same stuff) but haven't really approached her, mainly as I'm fairly nervous before exams and don't want to come across the wrong way because of that, if that makes sense. I like her and want to start chatting but don't have much opportunity left seeing that school finishes at the end of the month.

    So here's the question, would you (girls) be in any way creeped out if a bloke (that you hadn't really spoken to for a month or two, but had seen) were to add you out of the blue on snapchat? What would you infer from that?
    Just let her know in person that you'd like to keep in touch. In your final days at school, I don't think it's abnormal to ask someone for their whatsapp or whatever else since you're all going to be leaving soon. Would not recommend adding her out of the blue.
 
 
 
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