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WHAT I DON'T GET IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HELP MECategory: (general)
Wednesday, 17 October 2007
12:34:50 AM (GMT)
Okay, I asked a person out right? And so, he said sorry, no. THEN, Today, He was
looking at me funny and THEN at lunch, Me and my friends were standing where he was
playing basketball and he like, stopped playing and just stood there looking at me
for a second and looked like he was gonna com e over but he didn't... 
THEN the bell rang and he like, pushed the basketball out of the person who was
holding it's hands towards me and he was going to walk over to get it but his friend
got it instead.

THEN, After school, my friends locker is near his and I walked to her and was like
HEEEEEEEEEEEYYYYYYYYY And he looked up and looked sad for a second... 

EXPLAIN THIS TO ME!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Camilleh says:   17 October 2007   149498  
Maybe he just wants to be friends now.
gorgeous28 says:   17 October 2007   183769  
or maybe he wished he said yes
miss_pink_muffin says:   17 October 2007   935676  
Maybe... But... He said no so, he can always say yes now...
ZanyZeldaFan says:   17 October 2007   588539  
well maybe wait a few days then ask again. i wouldnt do it like they
day after- he might think it annoying. but dont rely on my advice- ive
never gone out on a date before, let alone ask someone out. XD
miss_pink_muffin says :   17 October 2007   263958  
I don't really think that would work but thanks... And I don't want
to sound pathetic...

 
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