what do i do?

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
ok heres the deal. i work at dunkin donuts where i met this girl who i really like. i have only worked with her once. i got her cell number the only day i worked with her so i figured she didn't have a boyfriend. i've called her numerous times and she hasn't answered. at first i didn't think she liked me at all. i talk to her only when i go and visit her when shes working because we never work with eachother anymore. i have her as a friend on myspace but i found out theres another guy in her life. my problem is i don't know how serious they are because both their status says single and they aren't even in eachothers top 4. she tells him that she loves him and stuff like that. and one of her frinds who i talked to for a whole told me they were going out. i'm having a party at the end of august and i invited her and she wants to go. i can't tell if she has a boyfriend at all! i don't know what to do because i don't see her that often, but when i do see and talk to her we get along really well. so we haven't become good friends yet but i feel if i knew they weren't going out i could become alot more. what's the best thing i can do right now? i want to ask her out but i'm afraid she has feelings for another guy. i'm almost 17 btw

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Ask her out.

The worst thing that can happen is she might say no and explain that she has a boyfriend.

Then if they break up she will know you like her.

Good luck! George

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