DEAR DEIDRE: HOW do I ask out the girl I like? I’ve no idea what words to use.
We met online, live near each other and have loads in common, but I’m too nervous to tell her I want to be more than friends.
I’m 17, she’s 16. We’ve been talking for weeks and I can’t stop thinking about her.
I’m worried I’ll scare her off if I say I’d like her to be my girlfriend.
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DEIDRE SAYS: It’s less scary to think of this as developing a friendship.
Don’t use cheesy lines – it’s always best to be straightforward.
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Say you love chatting with her and would like to meet in person.
Perhaps suggest a daytime coffee somewhere public, so she feels safe.
If she says she can’t, then leave the ball in her court, and keep chatting online.
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