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I got a massive crush on a girl who I am texting to who is currently taking a gap year abroad. How can I forget her?
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Stop texting her, and start talking to local women.
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Stop texting her, and start talking to local women.
Fair enough. I signed up for a virtual matching service exclusive to students in my use which uses a very sophisticated algorithm to match people, but lockdown is portably not going to make it possible to meet my future match.
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I got a massive crush on a girl who I am texting to who is currently taking a gap year abroad. How can I forget her?
Is she coming back?
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Is she coming back?
Yes, in 2021, she said she would like to come and visit me at my uni when there are no restrictions in place.
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Fair enough. I signed up for a virtual matching service exclusive to students in my use which uses a very sophisticated algorithm to match people, but lockdown is portably not going to make it possible to meet my future match.
Bruh what kinda algorithm, love isnt some maths equation. Its spontaneous and happens with someone who you connect with
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Yes, in 2021, she said she would like to come and visit me at my uni when there are no restrictions in place.
So why not keep in touch instead of breaking it off like you like her right
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Bruh what kinda algorithm, love isnt some maths equation. Its spontaneous and happens with someone who you connect with
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Bruh what kinda algorithm, love isnt some maths equation. Its spontaneous and happens with someone who you connect with
It was made by students at my uni. You got to compile a long questionnaire and then they would match you up to who should be your best fit. Idk, it is based on the same model which has won a Nobel Prize a while ago so it should be fairly reliable.
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So why not keep in touch instead of breaking it off like you like her right
Yeah that seems sensible enough, we texted 2-3 times for the entire evening, but Summer 2021 feels like a long shot...
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If you like her just wait. With lockdown you wouldn't be able to see her in person for a while anyway. It sounds like she likes you too, no point in throwing away something that could go somewhere.
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If you like her just wait. With lockdown you wouldn't be able to see her in person for a while anyway. It sounds like she likes you too, no point in throwing away something that could go somewhere.
Fairs, thank you. You are right, no point not giving it a shot.
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I mean I have a lot of advice to give, heart been broke so many times so I dont wanna see anyone else feel the same way yk
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It was made by students at my uni. You got to compile a long questionnaire and then they would match you up to who should be your best fit. Idk, it is based on the same model which has won a Nobel Prize a while ago so it should be fairly reliable.
We are teens/young adults man, we are spontaneous and dont live by rules half the time even as we turn into adults. I get that there is a lot of science behind it and this may be just being yk a wild spirit but still
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Yeah that seems sensible enough, we texted 2-3 times for the entire evening, but Summer 2021 feels like a long shot...
You can do this. You want her right. You gotta work hard to get her. Is she putting in effort to talk to you and how does she feel about you?
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We are teens/young adults man, we are spontaneous and dont live by rules half the time even as we turn into adults. I get that there is a lot of science behind it and this may be just being yk a wild spirit but still

You can do this. You want her right. You gotta work hard to get her. Is she putting in effort to talk to you and how does she feel about you?
Thank you. That is motivating. She seems quite interested, she said that the first time I dated her she was not ready and she likes the fact that I got plans for the future and I treated her well.
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I mean I have a lot of advice to give, heart been broke so many times so I dont wanna see anyone else feel the same way yk
advise me, O wise one, how does you meet girls in covid times?
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I mean I have a lot of advice to give, heart been broke so many times so I dont wanna see anyone else feel the same way yk
I see. :console: (I don't know why I actually read that in song.)
I really admire that. :hugs: I would like to help others with things like this and such, but I'm not as experienced as the next person probably is.
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advise me, O wise one, how does you meet girls in covid times?
What is my young ones situation? Pray tell my child and this old sage may be enlightened by the Heavens as to how to be betrothed
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I see. :console: (I don't know why I actually read that in song.)
I really admire that. :hugs: I would like to help others with things like this and such, but I'm not as experienced as the next person probably is.
Aha its because the first line is from a song I think
Awww thank you sweetie xxIm sure you can help a lot like some of the stuff that people ask is just how anyone would feel and youre an amazing person honestly <3
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Aha its because the first line is from a song I think
Awww thank you sweetie xx Im sure you can help a lot like some of the stuff that people ask is just how anyone would feel and youre an amazing person honestly <3
Yh, that's probably it.
You're too nice. :cry2: I get what you're saying, but at the same time, I guess I just feel guilty giving someone else advice on something I don't have much experience in. I'd rather leave that to the people like you who do.
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