How Do I Flirt?

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
Last year, there was this chick that I didn't even know that asked me to dance, so I said, yea, whatever, and we danced a slow dance. She knew my name and my grade, and I think that my ex may have set her up 4 me.

Now, I am a Junior, she a Sophomore,(in high school), and I see her in the halls like once a week, have no classes together, nothing, almost no contact with each other. Then we both got involved in an extracurricular after school thing together (hmmmmmm, what a coincidence), we had 2 meets, and then the group basically fell apart, and that ended.

Now I am wondering what to do. I have little or no contact with her, she knows me a LITTLE, but other than that, I don't see her, its not like we say hi to each other in the hallway. It is going to be very hard just to become her friend, much never less get a date wit her. I hate to ask her to dance at a dance, cuz she normally has a date, but she once said that "I sort of have a boyfriend," so I don't know what that means either, other than I is S.O.L. Advice
What do you think flirting is all about? People flirt in bars where they don't even know each other at all! So you have FAR more contact with her than any bar people ever have. You should count yourself quite lucky!

I have tons of tips on flirting and breaking the ice -

so get going! Heck you could say hi to her daily, which is much more than most flirters get to do. You're very lucky here, make use of that luck!

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