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    I always start a convo with others, but then after 5 mins the convo just ended.
    I feel like im outta words. why isnt he/she asking me stuff ?!
    Another question too.
    Theres this girl, I met in school. She's like a year older than me. She knows me a bit.
    Wonder what should I do ?
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    What brings you here?
    Whre you from?
    How'd you know '...'
    What do you study?
    Where do you work?
    Really? Whats that like then?

    just say those things and ur sorted
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    This thread is pretty boring. You're off to a bad start.
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    Youve got to be natural, you cant just memorise some questions because what happens the next time you talk do you use them again, no.
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    Wear a hat.
    Not just any hat, no... a spectacular hat (a spat?)!
    It'll be a conversation starter, and certainly lead existing conversations into interesting, previous unchartered, territory.
 
 
 
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