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I've been friend zoned!

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Question - (30 June 2014) 1 Answers - (Newest, 30 June 2014)
A male United States age 22-25, anonymous writes:

ive had a crush on a girl for a while now and im to shy to make my move so now ive been friend zoned and now im going to highscool so i might even see her anymore and even lose that. she wants me to go to all her games though but i dont think that will be enough. then to make everything even worse my best friend likes her to he thinks i like somebodyelse. i really wish there was a way to keep everybody happy (including me) and hopefully as sad as it sounds get her to ask me out using subtle hints (instead of being her best friend) but still have a way to be great friends if she dont ask me. i know isound really confused and girly. but im actually really popular if that could help but im so shy.

if you could help me in my teen drama it would be really awesome.

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A male reader, John1999 United States +, writes (30 June 2014):

Just pull her aside and talk to her. If you don't your best friend will ask her out and you will lose your chance. In a perfect world there would be two of the same girl, but there is no such thing. So its you or someone else.

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