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How to Bring it Up to Her?

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June 16, 2019 / By Dana
Question: About 5 Days Ago, in the evening I was drinking and texted a friend at work and told her to tell the girl I have had a crush on for 2 years, to tell her, she did, I never remembered sending those texts but, Yesterday I appologized to her, I told her I wanted to tell her in person it really would have meant more She Responded With "It's Not Like Anything You Said Was Mean, It Was Cute" I proceeded with "I Still wish I could have told you that in person" Now at work everyone is asking us if were dating and everything I am taking her friends' advice by lettin it cool down However I am trying to figure out the best way to bring it up to the next time we work together I was going to mention "Hey (her name), now that you know about my crush towards you and that you found out in a very unconventional way, I was just wondering if possibly I could redeem myself and take you out to dinner sometime and actually get the opportunity to express my feelings towards you in person" if anyone thinks this is a good plan or have any other suggestions of how I can mention it to her and seize the opportunity to tell her how I really feel in person please answer this for me much appreciated I Have to tell her I feel like i owe it to her now and she is going to be leaving in august in to go back to New York City for college
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Bobbi Bobbi | 10 days ago
Yes, ask her out but not with this long essay :) You can say just "coffee?" or something like that.
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Bobbi Originally Answered: Not to bring up slavery, but.?
Yes, slavery is just like college sports. College athletes get full scholarships, college athletes get all types of perks around campus, college athletes have freedom, college athletes enjoy what they do and have the right to leave. How dare you/ do you realize how stupid you sound? What would an actual slave (they still exist) think if he heard/read you compare these extremely lucky and privileged people (not to say that they don't work hard and have talent, but lets face it college athletes are lucky) to slaves? re read your question, if you have any critical thinking skills at all you'll realize how stupid you sound.
Bobbi Originally Answered: Not to bring up slavery, but.?
people forget that college athletes are receiving a FREE college education including free room and board. They don't exactly have it rough while in college. The money thats being made on college sports such as football and basketball, is actually what pays for other scholarships and sports such as track and field, soccer, softball, swimming, etc. Paying college athletes can only lead to more corruption than there already is. If you want to get paid, go Pro. I wasn't born 7 feet tall with the ability to dunk a basketball, so I had to work 50 hours a week and try to pay my own way through college. I'm still paying on my wife's student loan.

Alana Alana
Definitley a good plan but listen to your friend first by letting it cool down(: sounds like she may be interested in you too
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Travers Travers
Cut the stupid wishywashy crap and ask her out. If you continue to act like a twerp, she will start to treat you like one. Dig?
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Travers Originally Answered: Can I still bring up my grade?
do you have any midterms or projects due? i'm guessing that if you have any big projects due, if you do really well on them you can pull your grade up. if you have any homework you haven't done, i would ask the teacher if you can turn it in late. even if you only get partial credit, it will help bring up your grade. if you've turned everything in and don't have any big projects/tests coming up, talk to your teacher. i've found that a lot of teachers are willing to work with you and give you extra credit work if you need to bring your grade up.

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