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Do I ask her out yet or would that be insensitive?

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Question - (27 February 2006) 1 Answers - (Newest, 27 February 2006)
A male , anonymous writes:

There’s this friend of a friend of mine who I don’t really know very well but really like and have asked out previously in the past when I’ve seen her but to no avail – her having a boyfriend. Being the old romantic that I am, I sent her a cheeky Valentine asking her out. However, once again, she had a boyfriend so had to decline but the chemistry and vibe felt good. I heard recently that she has split with the boyfriend, but I’m told by my friend that it may be a bit soon to go steaming in asking her out…..

The trouble is I don’t see her regularly enough to get more friendly and relaxed around her and I don’t want to miss an opportunity, but I also don’t want to be insensitive and charge in like a bull in a china shop???

Think I’m being to keen and try-hard too…. Which isn’t a good thing is it???

I swear I used to be a lot better when dealing with matters of the opposite sex!!!

Help me please……

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A female reader, smeedle United Kingdom +, writes (27 February 2006):

smeedle agony auntIf it was me I would charge in and ask her again, based on the fact that you dont see her oftern and you dont want to find she is hitched up with someone else.

If this time she blows you out then leave it, she does not fancy you and that is that, if she accepts then take it slow as she has just come out of a full on relationship and may want some friendship time first.

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