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    I've got my graduation ceremony at the end of next week and it is my final chance to get this girl's number/talk to her.

    She was my classmate at uni and we've only exchanged the odd "hi" but nothing more. I've liked her for a while now.

    I doubt that I'd see her after this so does it make sense to go for it or should I let it go? I'm also not sure of how to approach it since we are not best friends or anything.

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    PS: I know that I'm not anon.
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    Of course you should go for it, you have nothing to lose. You won't see her again if you don't take the plunge
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    You only live once.
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    Go for it!
    Unrequited love is better than unspoken love.
    If you don't then you might regret it :yep:
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    let her go, you'll get more opportunities in future, I'm assuming she does NOT like you, so don't beg her to like you!
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    go for it
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    (Original post by Psycho0101)
    She was my classmate at uni and we've only exchanged the odd "hi" but nothing more. I've liked her for a while now.
    You've never talked to her but you like her?

    I thought that was a teenage thing. :p:

    Anyway, I guess you can ask her for her number - nothing to lose. If it were me I'd find it pretty weird, but that's not to say she would. Good luck.
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    yeah go for it man, perfect opportunity tbh :cool:
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    you seriously havnt talked to her in three years.
    oh dear, you have literally no chance
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    Go for it. Short term embarrassment is... short term.
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    (Original post by llys)
    You've never talked to her but you like her?

    I thought that was a teenage thing. :p:

    Anyway, I guess you can ask her for her number - nothing to lose. If it were me I'd find it pretty weird, but that's not to say she would. Good luck.
    I know! The thing is that I haven't really had the opportunity since my class was so bloody big. I rarely saw her in class tbh.

    I did bump into her at a club and we spoke for a few minutes before she had to leave. I tried to talk when the opportunity presented itself but they were few and far between.
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    (Original post by didgeridoo12uk)
    you seriously havnt talked to her in three years.
    oh dear, you have literally no chance
    I have but it hasn't been very often. I get your point. That is what is holding me back.
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    I don't want to appear like some weird freak.
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    (Original post by Psycho0101)
    I have but it hasn't been very often. I get your point. That is what is holding me back.
    Go for it anyway
    You never know, she may feel same way towards you.
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    (Original post by Psycho0101)
    I know! The thing is that I haven't really had the opportunity since my class was so bloody big. I rarely saw her in class tbh.

    I did bump into her at a club and we spoke for a few minutes before she had to leave. I tried to talk when the opportunity presented itself but they were few and far between.
    ha, thats what it is like at the moment with this girl in my art class at sixth form who I like!
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    Do it mate, you will forever think what if if you don't.
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    Are you facebook friends? If not, add her!
 
 
 
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