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    Okay so there's a girl at uni and I'm seeing quite a lot of her recently, but I can't work out if she just wants to be friends or something else.

    I bumped into her on a night out, and I stuck with her group once mine went home. She kept holding my hand and hugging me, but I thought nothing of it as she was drunk. We went back to hers (we're in the same hall) and I sat in the kitchen with her and her flatmate for a bit. Her friend went to bed and we talked for almost two hours, then I went to bed.

    She messages me in the morning asking how hungover I was, and we ended up talking throughout the day. She then invites me to go out to lunch with her and a couple friends, and I did. We got back and I chilled in her room for a bit, but her flatmate was also there.

    We end up talking (messaging) the next day too, and she said I could join her and her flatmate for a movie night at hers.

    Once again, we're texting the next day and she says to come meet her and her flatmate in town for dinner. We did that and that evening I went home from uni for a few days. We've been talking pretty much all the time I've been home. Her and her flatmate have asked me to share a house next year, too. But if she liked me, surely sharing a house would just make it awkward? I'm seeing her in a couple days so I'll see how that goes, but I have no idea what to make of it all.
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    She's either really into you or you've been friend-zoned.
 
 
 
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