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    Okay, probably inaccurate title but, I'm really confused on what to do.

    I met someone last week whilst waiting in uni, and we got into a conversation that ended with us exchanging contacts. We've had really short talks about upcoming movies. I've noticed that they kept using the wink emoji but I never really thought much of it.

    They asked if I was going to be around on a day and I said yeah, I would be. I'm a bit confused by their new message saying we should go out (wink emoji). Is that supposed to mean something? Or Am I just looking into this too much?

    I've never met someone who actually asks me to go out after only having a short meeting. Heck, I've had acquaintances who I've known for almost 5 years who I've never met up with outside of school.

    do people really use the wink emoji that much?

    I haven't replied yet but it's making me really nervous, like maybe I'm overthinking it but, I really don't want to make things awkward. What should I do?
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    That's not for me to decide
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    You should go out.
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    Do you think they don't really mean anything else about the "let's go out " thing? Cause I really don't want a date or anything 😅
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    Go out and see what happens. What do you have to lose?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Okay, probably inaccurate title but, I'm really confused on what to do.

    I met someone last week whilst waiting in uni, and we got into a conversation that ended with us exchanging contacts. We've had really short talks about upcoming movies. I've noticed that they kept using the wink emoji but I never really thought much of it.

    They asked if I was going to be around on a day and I said yeah, I would be. I'm a bit confused by their new message saying we should go out (wink emoji). Is that supposed to mean something? Or Am I just looking into this too much?

    I've never met someone who actually asks me to go out after only having a short meeting. Heck, I've had acquaintances who I've known for almost 5 years who I've never met up with outside of school.

    do people really use the wink emoji that much?

    I haven't replied yet but it's making me really nervous, like maybe I'm overthinking it but, I really don't want to make things awkward. What should I do?
    You should go out to see. You will never know unless you try.

    Once the lad makes a move then you will know what his real intentions are, until then just sit back, relax and enjoy the ride.
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    Hey go for it but dont like use him if you go out for didner pay yo self dress normal and if he say he like you be like i do but i dont want a relationship. YO go girl
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    Thanks a lot, uhh, I told them I have some time free tomorrow although I did emphasise the idea of making it a group hang. I just, I tried to say yes full stop but I really didn't want to make it weird. Weirdly enough tho, they didn't really say anything bout the subject anymore so I'm not really sure if we're doing anything tbh.
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    What you think of him is also very important and just saying but that only mostly happens in movies for me
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