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    I guess you know the gist of this by now.

    On one of the taster days for my sixth form, I met this girl. We did this icebreaker activity and I feel like we twigged. (We had a mutual hatred of German). Then I didn't see her again until induction day on Monday. She's in my Lit, and will be in this extra curricular Musical Theatre thing the sixth form puts on.
    She smiles and giggles whenever we speak, and we were making eye contact a lot during our tests for English and Maths (to see where our current level's at). I've never had a girlfriend, so I'm just wondering if she's probably just like this normally or if the feeling's mutual between us.
    I'll probably be able to get to know her during Musical Theatre, and nonetheless we're in the same tutor and English Literature.
    What do you guys think?
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    (Original post by #clueless)
    I guess you know the gist of this by now.

    On one of the taster days for my sixth form, I met this girl. We did this icebreaker activity and I feel like we twigged. (We had a mutual hatred of German). Then I didn't see her again until induction day on Monday. She's in my Lit, and will be in this extra curricular Musical Theatre thing the sixth form puts on.
    She smiles and giggles whenever we speak, and we were making eye contact a lot during our tests for English and Maths (to see where our current level's at). I've never had a girlfriend, so I'm just wondering if she's probably just like this normally or if the feeling's mutual between us.
    I'll probably be able to get to know her during Musical Theatre, and nonetheless we're in the same tutor and English Literature.
    What do you guys think?
    Are you feeling clueless?

    Sit next to her in Lit when you get the chance and see what happens.
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    Are you feeling clueless?

    Sit next to her in Lit when you get the chance and see what happens.
    Yeah I am pretty damn clueless

    And she's always next to her friend, who by no means is a ***** just a bit of an obstacle. Should I send her a friend request on Facebook? We've only really spoke briefly recently. In our first tutor on Monday she sat next to me but nothing really happened, but over than that we've seemed to be able to speak compatibly.
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    make the effort to talk to her outside of class and see how things go from there
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    Theres nothing wrong with adding her on Facebook everyone does it nowadays. You could ask her if she has an account. Just continue to be friendly and try to show her you are a caring sweet guy and don't rush it let it develop naturally you only just met enjoy it.
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    Wait a bit longer and see how she is around you. Maybe ask any friends what they think especially if they know her. If you don't get an sort of answer soon then just walk straight up to her and ask her (don't be scared) that way you get a defo answer and even if it's not the answer you wanted clearly she's not the one so I wouldn't worry besides maybe she'll say yes (just think how happy ud b)
    Btw I'm a girl
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    Wow.

    Girls are friendly - smile and giggle. They are human beings.

    Doesn't mean she is in love with you.

    Sigh
 
 
 
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