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    Very simple this one. Been chatting to this girl from my class, want to propose meeting over text.

    Any suggestions of what to do first time? Don't want it to be too intimidating for her. Thanks!
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    could go to a river/park for a cute walk and then lunch/dinner?
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    Maybe suggest something in a group first if you've only spoken over text so far? Or try approach her in classes first?
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    Probably best asking in person if you meet regularly.

    Suggest going for a meal or as squirrel has mentioned, go for a walk first.
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    I’d advise an activity, something to fill any possible awkward silences and something to talk about, maybe a bit of competitive flirting with bowling, cinema is always good (good conversation after the film, bit of “did he touch my hand on purpose” electricity), it depends on what’s available in your area but that’s for you to figure out!

    Meals are formal, nerve wracking and boring imo. Personality comes out in fun activities and makes things much more fluid, especially if you’re young.
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