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Hi everyone,
On Friday, me and a girl arranged to meet up on Tuesday. We confirmed the location as well as roughly the time (3-5pm). She said she would later confirm the exact time but I've yet to hear from her.

[Probably irrelevant context- I've asked her out to my school's prom and she said yes].

Now, do I message her to confirm the exact time? I'm worried about seeming needy, because so far I've always initiated a conversation by text (nevertheless, when we talk everything is very good).

Thanks
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Yeah it seems sensible to bring it up today. (or at least I would)
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Yeah it seems sensible to bring it up today. (or at least I would)
Thanks. But since she said she will confirm the exact date, wouldn't it be better to wait for her?
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Yes. Just send her a casual message and ask if she's still okay for you two meeting and if she has a more specific time that's best for her. Take it from there.
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wait for her and if she doesn't get back to you by wednesday/thursday then drop her a message or just ask now, it'll be fine dw.
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Thanks. But since she said she will confirm the exact date, wouldn't it be better to wait for her?
I don't think a gentle reminder/asking if they're still up for it would hurt.
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