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    So a really nice fundraiser stopped me in the street. We seemed to hit it off, had a lot in common and were talking for twenty minutes. Not only did he get me to donate to charity but we found out we share a mutual friend.

    He was very cute and very charming. I get that this charm is all part of his job but he was flirting with me a little bit. Ok, it probably didn't really mean anything. But I fancied him.

    I got his name and we have a mutual friend. It's a long shot but should I add him on Facebook? I don't want to come off as creepy - that's my main concern. But I do believe in taking chances, however vague or crazy they may be.

    What do you think?
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    go for it
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    Add him


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    Also i think im quite a bit younger than him. From my estimatioms i'd say he was maybe 7-8 years older (i'm 21) if that makes any difference? Got all these silly doubts about reasons he might not respond well - age being one of them
 
 
 
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