Making the leap

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
I'll see if I can make this easy to read.

Last week was our homecoming week, and of course on Saturday was the dance. Well on Friday, I was in Choir, and there is this girl (Let's call her Amy). Well, anyway, it is customary to get the girl you are going to the dance with a mum, and Amy had one. But when someone asked her who she was going with (Because she had one) She said that she wasn't going with anyone, her mom had just bought it for her. Now, I have liked this girl for some time, and I guess you could call us friends, though we don't have normal conversations, maybe the occasional hi in the hallway... But when I heard her say that, I literally almost started crying? Why you ask? Becasue this girl has to be one of the most beautiful humans I have ever seen, and the fact she had no one to go with made me feel terrible... And the reason I never asked her is because I already thought she had a date... So really, my queston is, should I try and become better friends, (I don't have her number). Becasue I have a feeling she is one of those girls who goes to bed every night wondering why no one likes her (Well, wants to ask her out)

Anyway, thanks for the help!
--Brent Advice
Yes. Absolutely become a good friend to her. She seems like a lovely girl, and everyone of course can use a true friend! Talk to her, find out about her and what she likes in life, and be supportive of her. You might find it easy to become romantic at some point, or just be friends, but, really, either way is a plus in my book.

-- from Jill
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