Asking A High School Friend For a Valentine's Day Date

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Asking A High School Friend For a Valentine's Day Date

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    jm1993
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    January 13, 2018 at 3:42 pm #162393
    Asking A High School Friend For a Valentine's Day Date

    Hey guys, so Valentine’s Day is coming up soon. I’m 24 years old, and sadly, have had little luck getting dates! I really want to ask this girl that I went to high school with to go on a date with me. First off, how far in advance should I ask her? Second, I don’t have her number but we are friends on Facebook so I was just thinking about starting a conversation with her on there. Is that cool? We ran cross country together but besides that never really hung out. We see each other running in the park, but besides that, I haven’t really talked to her much. But, she is so beautiful and I think she might say yes to me! I’m thinking about dinner and a movie. How does that sound, or does anyone have any other suggestions? If she does say yes, I was going to bring her flowers and chocolates, or would that be too much?

    Sorry for all the questions, but I appreciate any help anyone can offer! I’m ready to get out there and find someone special, and I think this girl and I are really compatible


    amandarose
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    January 14, 2018 at 2:56 pm #162412

    Yes ask her out! Talk to her on Facebook and set something up, don’t miss an opportunity!