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There is this girl I find pretty attractive in my class. We've only engaged in small talk so far. If I would like to get to know her better, should I continue with the small talk? I can only talk to her for about 5 min on the walking path towards the classroom. Or should I ask her out to a movie or maybe a study session at the library for an upcoming test? I doubt I would see her again at school next quarter, so time is a little crunched. Advice
There's no set rule on what to talk about :) Talking is about enjoying yourself. Talking is what friends do to share information with each other. So the most important thing is that she enjoys it! If you talk about baseball and she hates baseball that won't work. But if you talk about basketball and she loves basketball, she'll be quite happy!

If you've got 5 minutes you must get SOME sense of what she likes talking about. Is it horses, Orlando Bloom, tulips, chocolate? Just keep talking about things she likes to talk about, and enjoy your time with her. That's what building a connection is all about. There's no secret to it. You listen to what she reacts to, you keep talking about topics she enjoys, and you learn as you go.

-- from Jenn
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