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    This may sound trivial but please keep anon.

    Basically, every English lesson this girl keeps wanting me to go in her group (we're in an all boys school with girls visiting for certian lessons) for work but she's on the other side of the room.
    She's pretty good looking etc and I feel horrible when I say no to her - but I don't want to appear snobby to my mates or anything; someone else did that in another situation and looked really stuck up and seemed like he didn't want to socialise with us.

    So yeah, what should I do? Dilemna!
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    go into her group sometimes but dont make a habit of it? that way im sure your mates wont find u snobby cos yur still spendin time with them aint yu.
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    Flip a coin and then its a random decision?

    Stay in your mates group, but ask her out if you fancy her?
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    Yh I fancy her a bit lol.
    I'll still talk to her etc, but stick to my mate's groups methinks.
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    Er if I was in a group with a bunch of guys and one of them was like "I think that girl might like me, she keeps inviting me over" I wouldn't find that snobby in the slightest, its fair enough!
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    Yh I fancy her a bit lol.
    I'll still talk to her etc, but stick to my mate's groups methinks.
    Just move groups once in awhile. Fine you will get a bit of stick from the guys but they are probably just jealous that she likes you. Whatever you do, dont completely abandon them for her as that is not cool
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    I don't see what the problem is - if your mates don't like it it's probably cos theyre just jealous!
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    It's a big leap for me though, asking this girl out - considering ive only had one relationship in year 9 (now in yr 12), and that was nothing really.
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    Tell her to join YOUR group............it's your house after all.
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    Alright dilemma I get it im tired lol.

    Good idea about joining my group...
 
 
 
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