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    In short, she seems very interested in person and fairly when we messaged for a bit. I asked her out to do something and she asked if she could invite her friend (have spent time with them both but alone also so it would not be the first time really).

    I can't really think of why she'd ask other than me reading the situation wrong. Ideas?
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    If you had asked her on a date and she asked if she could invite her friend, then that's not a good sign.

    Perhaps you misinterpreted her friendliness as a sign of interest?
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    If you had asked her on a date and she asked if she could invite her friend, then that's not a good sign.

    Perhaps you misinterpreted her friendliness as a sign of interest?
    I mean I guess I didn't explicitly ask her out on a date but it was clearlyish implied & she's not seeing anyone. Without going into excessive detail the way she's acted, how her friends have acted when I am there with her and such considering we have met relatively recently heavily indicated otherwise.

    But I could have misread, it just seems contrary to everything else. A friend who has seen us said to me, without me saying anything, that she is interested and asked if I like her. He said that she might just be nervous but idk how plausible that is.
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    Hmmmm, she probabely felt like the meet up would be awkward, so inviting her friend will make her feel more comfortable around you, maybe?
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    Yeah, as said above I think there might be some miscommunication regarding the purpose of your invitation. If, somehow, you ARE both on the same page and this is a romantic date, then I would still think it's a bit inappropriate for her to invite her friend along... Does she need her friend to hold her hand? that'd turn me right off
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    maybe she's suggesting a polygamous relationship.
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    maybe she's suggesting a polygamous relationship.
    😂😂 I think her friend has a bf tbh, would be polygamouseption then
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    Hmmmm, she probabely felt like the meet up would be awkward, so inviting her friend will make her feel more comfortable around you, maybe?
    Perhaps, I mean the times we have spent time as just us it has been of her own volition half the time.
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    (Original post by jordon1703)
    Yeah, as said above I think there might be some miscommunication regarding the purpose of your invitation. If, somehow, you ARE both on the same page and this is a romantic date, then I would still think it's a bit inappropriate for her to invite her friend along... Does she need her friend to hold her hand? that'd turn me right off
    I guess I'll see what happens and take it from there, if she was nervous I would not be turned off, not ideal but if it is just this time then I wouldn't mind so much. Perhaps she wanted to see the film also.

    As when talking about what we could do she suggested a particular film she wanted to see & said I could teach her to ice skate also like I did another sport (how we met)
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