should i ask this girl out or not

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okay, there is this girl (keep in mind we go to different schools which are just a couple of blocks down the street) i know from my church who i have known for a couple of months now. i see her a couple of times at the chruch service and every wednesday for youth gatherings (or what we call "youth group"). a couple of months ago she asked me to saide hawkins dance and i said yes. the dance was pretty cool...but the way she was holding my hand when we would slow dance was like, oh my gosh...i mean i can't describe the feeling i was getting. there was no stroking or anything, just holding hands. anyways, weeks pass by and we can still talk every week. in some sense i guess you can say, i'm kinda funny, cuz i could make her laugh. but just last weekend, a couple of friends i know (who are dating, a girl and a guy) told me not to make the move on her anymore because of what happened at prom this same weekend. i really like her still and mind is saying "go for it still" but my heart is saying "i don't know". what should i do? Advice
Since you can make her dance, you have chemistry, and she asked you out, my advice is to listen to your mind. Ask her out and see what happens. If things don't work out, at least you tried.

Good luck! George

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