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Did she want sex?

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    So last weekend I was in a club with some guys I know, a girl happened to be there that I also know. We were both visually intoxicated, she danced with us for a short time then pulled me away from the group by my hand so we could dance alone. Should I have made a move?
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    What answer would make you feel better? How would we know if you didn't try for it? It happened last weekend man, even if she did it's too late to turn back time. You'll probably never see her again. Perhaps next time you should speak to a girl that wants to dance with you and then see what happens from there.
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    Dude just move on. You can't change it. Be more bold next time if you're worried.
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    She did.
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    She wanted the D
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    At the very least she wanted to spend time with you, which is an indicator of interest.
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    I dont think anyone can tell from that gesture whether she wanted sex. Wanting to dance alone isnt really an indicator by itself. Had there even been kissing or other indicators that she may want to more than dance?

    She could have just wanted to dance, even flirty dance.
 
 
 
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