Re-introducing yourself to a crush

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    Imagine you like a girl but haven't spoken to her for ages, how would you reintroduce yourself to her after so much time? Is it as easy as just saying "Hi how have you been" or do you have to explain it in a way. I can flirt, joke, have interesting conversation but I suck at starting conversations.
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    Yes, exactly that. But, it depends, why haven't you spoken for a long time?
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    (Original post by ShiningNights)
    Yes, exactly that. But, it depends, why haven't you spoken for a long time?
    Don't know why I was on anonymous. Different friends! We were in school together and lessons we just were in separate circles. Not that close but had a few decent flirty conversations and I regret not saying anything and just can't forget about her.
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    (Original post by Pizzabomb)
    Don't know why I was on anonymous. Different friends! We were in school together and lessons we just were in separate circles. Not that close but had a few decent flirty conversations and I regret not saying anything and just can't forget about her.
    It wouldn't hurt to speak to her. You never know, maybe she still thinks about you too.
    Also, if she's not interested you can just move on and not think about what could happen again.
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    (Original post by ShiningNights)
    It wouldn't hurt to speak to her. You never know, maybe she still thinks about you too.
    Also, if she's not interested you can just move on and not think about what could happen again.
    Agree 100%, every time I walk into college I'm always looking out for her so I can speak to her, it just never works out.
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    Anonymous again grr
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Imagine you like a girl but haven't spoken to her for ages, how would you reintroduce yourself to her after so much time? Is it as easy as just saying "Hi how have you been" or do you have to explain it in a way. I can flirt, joke, have interesting conversation but I suck at starting conversations.
    It kinda depends on your previous relationship! But, I'd play it cool to begin with; a simple "hi" will do. Have a general catch up and gradually test the waters by throwing in the odd flirty comment #Moooose
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    (Original post by OvergrownMoose)
    It kinda depends on your previous relationship! But, I'd play it cool to begin with; a simple "hi" will do. Have a general catch up and gradually test the waters by throwing in the odd flirty comment #Moooose
    Sure that'll be good thanks, we weren't that close just classmates. Had a few flirty moments but nothing over the top, she's flirty naturally anyway.
 
 
 
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