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    During a night out I met a girl I used to be friends (not that close friends) with but hadn't seen for 2 years. We ended up sleeping together and I'd quite like it to be something more but I've never had a ONS before so have no idea how it works.

    Is this a situation where she's likely to expect/appreciate a message and maybe asking her out? Or one where the norm would be to totally leave it? Girls what would you prefer?
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    Well how did the night go? If you had a nice time together regardless of your one nighter and she seemed to enjoy your company then you could message her
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    Personally, ( I am quite an awkward person and do not like it if a guy is too forward).
    I think that if you just keep popping up and being on the radar as they say and keep a conversation flowing.
    Then if she continues to message back and gives off the impression that she likes messaging u back or something like that ask her out.
    But idk
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    Are you ever gonna see her again? If so you should ask her out to get drinks in person
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    Fine to ask her out, why not. Good luck
 
 
 
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