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not great friends....but i like her

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
well theres a girl at school i like and i im her on face book but shes gets bored with the convo and leaves. And i want to ask her out at a dance ... but im not shure if she likes me ( usual question crap )but if she dose say yes the next day my friends will make my day hell ( we do it to every one ) by making fun of us and stuff like that, then her friends will come up to me and say sit at our table, and and just annoying questions like that over and over... and one of her friends used to like me, but i think shes over it... well my question is how can i ask her out, And any tips on how to avoid getting teased.... and i forgot something her parents are over protective and she dose not have a cell phone that i can talk to her on, so i would not be able to talk with her much. and if i called her on her home phone( witch il prob end up doing) so any ideas on me being able to talk 2 her?
and any ideas on where else to ask her out?

this was really hard to write and to think of and im shure i messed up on some details

RomanceClass.com Advice
Asking someone out hasn't changed in hundreds of years. You just walk up to her and ask her. You could write her a note and give it to her if you are too shy to ask her in person.

Teasing is also an old custom. You can't get out of it. Deal with it by not getting mad or embarrassed. Just smile and be agreeable. If they say something like you will be kissing say "I hope so." Keep in mind that teasing is supposed to be a fun activity and it is done with good spirits. Nobody is trying to hurt you. They will try to embarrass you so be prepared for that.

Talk to her at lunch time and on her home phone. After school if you get a chance. Also, ask her to a movie, a dinner, a walk, or a school activity.

You wrote well, I hope my answer helps.

Good luck! George

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