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There is a girl at school that I really like. She gives me hugs and I give her hugs all the time. She's asked me if I wanna hang out with her etc...!
Well, anyway -- I wrote her a note because I was too embarassed to tell her in person that I liked her. I tild her that she was so gorgeous and such an awesome person and everything. My friend talked to her the other day about the note and what she thought of it. My crush said really nice things about me like: "he is a really cool guy", "i wanna get to know him more", "i really wanna hang out with him", "he is really cute". But then another one of my friends talked to her and my crush said that she liked me as a friend and nothing more. So I am a little confused?! What should I do? If I ask her out, where should I do it and what should I say? Please give me an answer ASAP!!! Thanks so Much!

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The answer is to ask her yourself. Friends get things mixed up and may ask questions in the wrong way. If you can talk with her alone (the best approach) tell her that you have feelings for her and ask how she feels about you. If you don't have the courage or the ability to contact her alone, then write her another note asking her to go out (suggest something specific) and ask her to reply with a note or in person. At some point, you will need some more tips, so here are some:

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