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    There is a girl I like. I want to start speaking to her as we have not yet. I don't really speak to girls who I am not confident. She is not in my classes and lunch shes busy. The problem is the people she speaks too I don't really like so I am kinda stuck. It doesn't help that I am quite socially awkward with a lot of people.

    I keep saying how I must must grow some and speak to her. But I bottle it time after time. I really want to start speaking to her without being embarrassed since our year is full of judgemental people who just nit pick at everyone.

    What can I do? with out being cringy or needy
    What can I say?
    How do I make sure that I 100% go find her?

    I am just too nervous what should I do please help. I need it please.
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    So speaking as a girl, I say just go up to her and be awkwardly funny...
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    What year are you in? If you don’t mind me asking
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    There is a girl I like. I want to start speaking to her as we have not yet. I don't really speak to girls who I am not confident. She is not in my classes and lunch shes busy. The problem is the people she speaks too I don't really like so I am kinda stuck. It doesn't help that I am quite socially awkward with a lot of people.

    I keep saying how I must must grow some and speak to her. But I bottle it time after time. I really want to start speaking to her without being embarrassed since our year is full of judgemental people who just nit pick at everyone.

    What can I do? with out being cringy or needy
    What can I say?
    How do I make sure that I 100% go find her?

    I am just too nervous what should I do please help. I need it please.
    Gotta work on your confidence first, join some clubs that require you to interact or even a form of public speaking or debating. Perhaps you can do something she does and talk properly through that
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    What year are you in? If you don’t mind me asking
    year 11
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    Befriend her friends and slowly she might notice you more and you'll become more confident around her and maybe it might eventuate into a relationship
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    Jokes are epic... hey I don’t know you or anything but I just wanted to say you look really beautiful today.
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    Then the next day start trying to have conversations with her
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    I am also in year 11, so I know exactly what you mean god the guys at my school are such dicks to everyone... honestly she’ll be happy to have someone being sincere for once. Trust me
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    (Original post by AverageDork)
    Jokes are epic... hey I don’t know you or anything but I just wanted to say you look really beautiful today.
    I don't know just seems too like cliche
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    Lol I love cliches
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    I agree
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    (Original post by AverageDork)
    I am also in year 11, so I know exactly what you mean god the guys at my school are such dicks to everyone... honestly she’ll be happy to have someone being sincere for once. Trust me
    I mean like her old boyfriend who was a big rugby player left her out of the blue
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    (Original post by RickmanAlways)
    Befriend her friends and slowly she might notice you more and you'll become more confident around her and maybe it might eventuate into a relationship
    I just don't really like her mates though.
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    (Original post by Chichaldo)
    Gotta work on your confidence first, join some clubs that require you to interact or even a form of public speaking or debating. Perhaps you can do something she does and talk properly through that
    We don't have stuff like that and I can't imagine myself in a netball kit either.
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    You like her... not her friends if the relationship is meant to be her friends won’t be problematic. Try to smile be funny and brighten her day. That will leave a good ground for you to start talking to her
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    I just don't really like her mates though.
    true
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    You like her... not her friends if the relationship is meant to be her friends won’t be problematic. Try to smile be funny and brighten her day. That will leave a good ground for you to start talking to her
    Yeah I will try that and also, completely off topic do you do computer science?
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    Yeah I will try that and also, completely off topic do you do computer science?
    Yea! I do AQA computer science GCSE... do you?
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    (Original post by TheRuralJuror)
    what are you like a teenager like 15? cuz that's 15yo crap, gather your nuts soldier
    ok
 
 
 
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