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Melinda

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Gutterspeak

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I like a girl at school.

 

Her name is Melinda, actually, thats lie, i am cleverly protecting her name for security reasons.

 

Anyways Melinda is really awesome. I have a couple class periods with her, and fortunately it seems she knows who i am (which is certainly a step in the right direction).

 

But the issue is that i don't know if she likes me the way i like her. Its evident that she is:

a) Not repulsed by me -- She starts conversations with me

b) Willing to make a relationship (the issue being, is it one of freindship, or something more?) -- She talked to me even after a few awkward statements on my part.

 

Now, i'm not going to go into explicit detail of what she looks like, because i think that thats a bit sketchy to do on the internet. But i will say that she is attractive, fairly popular (i don't mean popular with the 'cool' kids, i mean she has a buttload of friends), and could certainly have a multitude of guys that are more physically appealing, or more appealing personality-wise (or both!) than myself. And thats the issue that i can't figure out. Because i get this vibe that she does actually like me, but then i worry that:

a) She's just being friendly and outgoing

b) I'm, and this is simply stating a fact, not up to the caliber of other guys who i believe like her.

 

Now the standard advice on these boards is, "blah-blah go talk to her, blah-blah nothing will happen if you don't try, at least make an effort." But I simply can't do that, i can't force myself to go up to someone and be like, "Hey, wanna hang out and go see a movie sometime."

 

Oh well, she's now initiated our 2 real conversations (really 1.5, but i count it as one because she came to me despite a more convenient person to talk to for data in Biology sitting closer by). So i suppose now its my turn to start some stupid superficial conversation.

 

I really wish it was possible to start off your relationship with someone by saying things that have meaning and feeling, for some reason we're all hard-wired to skirt around the edge of the subject, rarely actually having the courage to say something meaningful.

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If you take out the italicized parts, you will see who Gutter really is fond of :PAnyways, blah blah blah go talk to her blah blah. To be honest, that is not my advice. Talk to her by all means but don't force anything. Too many people try and force awkward relationships on others creating nothing but tension and destroying existing friendships. Just do what comes naturally. blah blah blah - newberson

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If you take out the italicized parts, you will see who Gutter really is fond of :P
:xd:Oh well, not going to give you any "tip", because I don't think I have lessons to give to anyone about this. I hope this settles nicely for both of you though :aware:.

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Uhh... good luck. Anyways, if you learn to translate demonic, use your lock powers to make her say "I love you" :D And if you wanna say you love her, take her to a cliff. If she says no, fear her. When she falls off, summon her and she can't say no to a bunch of stacked DoTs and a voidwalker. :box:

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Uhh... good luck. Anyways, if you learn to translate demonic, use your lock powers to make her say "I love you" :P And if you wanna say you love her, take her to a cliff. If she says no, fear her. When she falls off, summon her and she can't say no to a bunch of stacked DoTs and a voidwalker. :D
What he said...

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Uhh... good luck. Anyways, if you learn to translate demonic, use your lock powers to make her say "I love you" :D And if you wanna say you love her, take her to a cliff. If she says no, fear her. When she falls off, summon her and she can't say no to a bunch of stacked DoTs and a voidwalker. :P
Qft---To post something more constructive, it's not easy... goddamn, I know from my few experiences. "just be yourself and ask her out" is easy to say, hard to do. They say the easiest way to save yourself when beeing stalked by a crocodile is to jump on it and cover his eyes. Things are often very easy to say, hard to do.I'll talk from my few experiences here. When I first tried talking to Karen seriously (we've been in the same class for 2 years but we never even talked. :P ) I was kinda nervous, and the subjects I first tried was scetchy. ("brilliant weather today" just doesn't cut it when trying to have a meaningful and "cool" conversation to a girl you're in love with.)Somehow I felt more confident talking to her online, because I always had a few seconds to think "what to say, what to say", something I don't got talking to her face-to-face. Try manning yourself up and keep the smalltalking going, initiate conversations even if you dont really got anything to talk about... most girls I know like the meaningless chitchatting about nothing and everything. Ask for her MSN-adress or equivalent if you feel confident talking to her, and the opposite. It might just make things a bit easier.I think I'll wait for some more updates before trying to give you more advice- after all I don't really know who this girl is or how you are at real life.Good luck :D

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What ever happened to this Gutterspeak geezer? Retired Mod? I see. Anyway don't you guys have frat parties and go clubbing and that stuff? That's where I would start to talk to her and hook up If I were you, mind you, this was posted like a month ago so whatever issue there was is most likely solved or over. I go now.

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