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    1: There was group of girls that i walked past. One of the girls asked "is that the guy?" to another girl in the group. I turned around and the same girl said "Hi". I was so confused and did not reply to the girl that said "Hi" and just smiled and continued walking.

    2: In that group there was a girl that i recognized because she sat next to me in an exam. She kept on looking at me and when i turned my head to look at her she turned away -this happened a many times before the exam started.

    back to when the random girl said "hi" (paragraph 1): the girl i mentioned in paragraph 2 was behind her friend smiling.
    this is the second time something like this has happened
    Does this mean anything? What should i do if this happened again? I can't stop thinking about the girl i mentioned in paragraph 2
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    1: There was group of girls that i walked past. One of the girls asked "is that the guy?" to another girl in the group. I turned around and the same girl said "Hi". I was so confused and did not reply to the girl that said "Hi" and just smiled and continued walking.

    2: In that group there was a girl that i recognized because she sat next to me in an exam. She kept on looking at me and when i turned my head to look at her she turned away -this happened a many times before the exam started.

    back to when the random girl said "hi" (paragraph 1): the girl i mentioned in paragraph 2 was behind her friend smiling.
    this is the second time something like this has happened
    Does this mean anything? What should i do if this happened again? I can't stop thinking about the girl i mentioned in paragraph 2
    To remove any suspicion I would approach her preferably when she's own her own and start talking to her and see whether you two have any common intrests / hobbies and take it from there.

    Good luck
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    1: There was group of girls that i walked past. One of the girls asked "is that the guy?" to another girl in the group. I turned around and the same girl said "Hi". I was so confused and did not reply to the girl that said "Hi" and just smiled and continued walking.

    2: In that group there was a girl that i recognized because she sat next to me in an exam. She kept on looking at me and when i turned my head to look at her she turned away -this happened a many times before the exam started.

    back to when the random girl said "hi" (paragraph 1): the girl i mentioned in paragraph 2 was behind her friend smiling.
    this is the second time something like this has happened
    Does this mean anything? What should i do if this happened again? I can't stop thinking about the girl i mentioned in paragraph 2
    If you like her ask her out. I know it feels easier to play games and deny everything but it only leads to heartbreak.
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    If you like her ask her out. I know it feels easier to play games and deny everything but it only leads to heartbreak.
    This. I've never seen it put like that but it's just perfect.
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