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>> No. 28808 Anonymous
15th August 2019
Thursday 11:34 pm
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Last year I lived somewhere else. While I was there, I met a girl through a shared interest group. We'd see each other, and the rest of the group twice a week. We played squash once and tennis once. 6 months after we first met, I moved to another city, and I've been living here for 6 months (hello, London), and I haven't had any contact with this girl. Facebook keeps suggesting her as a "Person I May Know", and I'd like to get back in touch (and ask her out proper), because she's quite special, but I'm struggling to find an approach where I don't come across as a desperate loser.
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>> No. 28809 Anonymous
15th August 2019
Thursday 11:41 pm
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Add her, send her a message saying "hey, been a while! Fancy a rematch on that squash game?" or something that sounds more like you, add in an emoji or whatever you're meant to do now and that's that. There's nothing desperate about asking a lass out, or even just reconnecting with someone you used to spend time with.
>> No. 28810 Anonymous
15th August 2019
Thursday 11:45 pm
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I know this is basic bitch advice, but it seems like you're overthinking it. If you've played two seperate sports with someone that's more than enough justification to add them on Facebook. As we've established you can move around enough to hit balls with rackets I assume you don't look like John Prescott and living in London means you're at least mildly successful, even if you're just ferrying drugs to commuter towns your mum doesn't cook your dinner anymore and women like that. Unless you have some kind of terrible personality flaw like being a lieutenant in the EDL or collecting Funko Pops you should be fine just talking to her.
>> No. 28814 Anonymous
16th August 2019
Friday 6:40 pm
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>being a lieutenant in the EDL
Whats so bad about that?
>> No. 28815 Anonymous
16th August 2019
Friday 9:41 pm
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Yes, like the other lads I fail to see the problem. Maybe you're unable to see that there isn't one because you're so nervous. So, just chill and do as >>28809 says.

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