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    So I have just started University and I was shocked to find the girl I had a little crush on in college in first year is on my course.

    After first year in college I thought well she won't go to the uni I'm going to go to, so I thought well plenty more fish in the sea and second year I thought nothing of it.

    But she is on my course and I am shocked, the feelings from first year in college came back so quickly, I thought they'd been long gone. I messaged her over social media and after a few messages told her I'd speak someday and that she seems genuine. She does seem to be a truly genuine and lovely girl, I just don't know how to approach her.Should I speak to her after class now or leave it a few weeks?
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    I think I'm going to, I'm just scared of her going ermmm nooo but I always think the worst, thank you!
 
 
 
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