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novice101ParticipantApril 21, 2016 at 11:21 pm #98439
So, I asked a girl in my college English class if she would go to a nearby theme park with me, and she enthusiastically said “sure.” I already had her number, and we both had to look at our work schedules, so I said I’d text her later, this was all yesterday afternoon. So today I text her and ask if she was free to go this Sunday, but she has to work, and then she said “maybe we could all go [our friends from class] soon.” I wasn’t sure what to say to that, so I just said “ok, some other time” and now I think I messed up. My intention was for this to be a date, but I guess she thought I was asking if she’d come with a group. I’ve liked her since we first met, but she had a boyfriend then, so I settled with being her friend. But, a week or two ago she referred to the guy as her ex so I decided to try asking her out. I’m not sure how to proceed, so I could really use some advice from anyone, please? Should I just tell her that I wanted for just the two of us to go? Thanks
soniccatsParticipantApril 22, 2016 at 1:38 am #98441
Hmm…as a girl, I would get a little bit offended if you just cancelled on me because I suggested we go with friends! It could be that she was just nervous and would have felt more comfortable in a group setting. I would try going as a group if that is what she wants so you can hang out and get to know her more, and then if she continuously suggests bringing friends every time you want to hang out with her, that may be a sign that she isn’t into you. Of course, you could always be straight up and tell her your thoughts depending on your confidence level! Good luck!
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