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    Back in school we were sort of friends, I liked her and I think she liked me but we were both too shy to do anything about it. 2 years ago we went to uni and have only spoken a couple of times since then.
    We started talking again a few days ago when she messaged me happy birthday and now I want to make something happen. Do I just say "would you like to go out for a drink some time" or something? I've had a relationship before but it just sort of happened naturally, and same with friends I have in relationships it always seems like they were just friends hanging out and then after a while ended up together. Straight up asking like that seems awkward, but I'm not sure

    Thanks for any advice
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    Just do it fam. Believe it. What harm could it do?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Do I just say "would you like to go out for a drink some time" or something?
    Pretty much, although I'd frame it a little more casually/firmly e.g. "it's good to hear from you after all this time, we should catch up sometime over [coffee/a beer] or something "
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    He who hesitates mastrubates
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    My advice is to do it mid conversation. And instead of saying sometime, maybe say something like this week as it will show her that you've got your sh*t together. Good luck
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    "It's been good getting back in touch, we should catch up properly over a coffee".
 
 
 
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