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There is this girl that I met from a friend and we have been talking on and off since early July. I was on the verge of asking her out when she got asked out by another guy. They were dating for about 3 months and she told me in a text message that she was cheated on but I dont know by who. I would assume her boyfriend but it almost doesnt seem like they did. Im not sure why I think this though. We have a "date" planned but I dont know exactly what happend between them and I dont want to bring it up because it could easily ruin her day and any chance of anything happening for a few days which I dont want to happen because I feel as though I have already lost her and I dont want that feeling again. Well anyways my question is how should I conduct myself on this "date?" Obviously I want to conduct myself as a gentlemen but I dont know if I should act like she does or does not have a boyfriend. I also dont want to take advantage of her because of her fragile position if her boyfriend did cheat on her. Advice
Just ask her "How are you and [her b/f] doing?"

If they are broken up it shouldn't be too difficult for her to say so. And if they are still together she can say that too.

It's best to try to clear this up quickly so you don't have awkward moments.

Happy Holiday! George

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