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    I really like this girl at my sixth form, and who went to my Secondary School as well. We have a 230 day streak on snapchat, and due to the power of the alphabet, we sat next to each other in both English and Science. We got on really well when we spoke.She laughed at me, I laughed at her, and she was really nice.

    I probably should have asked her out in Yr 11.

    I didn't and we still message, but I don't see her that much now we aren't in classes together anymore. Sometimes, when i snapchat her she replies with a picture of her face, and a message. But every so often, she just sends a random picture of where ever she is with no caption as a reply. I really want to ask her out, but when the latter happens I feel it's a definitely a bad time to do so.

    I don't go to many parties where she's also there, but she does live in my village. I don't make much human contact with her, and I don't want to ask her out over message and ultimately, I don't want to get rejected :s

    Help!

    (Sorry if this makes no sense whatsoever )
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    Ask her if she wants to get a drink (as in tea, coffee etc.) or see a film. Then ask her.
 
 
 
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