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    It's silly that I'm bringing this up. Some guy I had liked a while ago, who I though I was never gonna hear from again randomly text me. Also called me accidentally so I text a nice message asking questions and he's read it and never replied.

    Should i just forget it?
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    You probably should because he called you by accident and since you sent him a message with questions, maybe he doesn't want to reply to it.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    It's silly that I'm bringing this up. Some guy I had liked a while ago, who I though I was never gonna hear from again randomly text me. Also called me accidentally so I text a nice message asking questions and he's read it and never replied.

    Should i just forget it?
    Track down his address and ask him in person to remove the awkwardness.
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    (Original post by voldo)
    Track down his address and ask him in person to remove the awkwardness.
    I'm not crazy

    He text me so I replied and asked nice question
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm not crazy

    He text me so I replied and asked nice question
    "My mother had me tested" :lol:

    But just wait a few days and then text baxk. If still no reply forget it
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    "My mother had me tested" :lol:

    But just wait a few days and then text baxk. If still no reply forget it
    Lol

    I was interested in getting to know him as a friend but yeah I've forgot it already
 
 
 
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