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(M/19) Asking a girl out in middle of semester? watch

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    I'm currently enrolled in an American college. To make sure that I'm a "full time student," I took a football class that's only like an hour a week. There's this girl who's wicked cute and has a perfect smile. I want to ask her out, but it's a been like a month and I haven't even talked to her. Is it even worth trying to ask her out? I don't want the rest of the semester to be awkward.

    Though I'm still in high school I think you should take my advice and slowly become friends with her again so it asking she out doesn't seem like it came out of nowhere. Then, well ask her and when you do tell her how she's cute and how you love her smile. (girls like compliments) as you start talking to her give her a compliment every once in a while (see if her hair changed or she painted her nails) but don't compliment too much on the things she does to look better, compliment the things she can't change like you said her smile. If you compliment a girl and she is doing something on purpose (like makeup) and she values your opinion then she'll try to do more of that and it will tire her out and make her lose interest. Get to know what she likes (if she likes to draw try drawing with her) hang out and have fun.
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