Ask her out

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Hi,I am in love with a girl in my P.E Class,I am currently a junior In Highschool and I just turned 18 years old,and she is gonna turn 16 sophmore at August 24,anywayz we have been friends with each oda since 6 months ago,She Had A Boyfriend and she broke up with him,and then they were back together again,I asked her if she loves me she said I dont really feel the same way as u do and I am sorry,then right now its 3 weeks she broke up with her boyfriend,she started to message me in aim,and send me email and stuff,then one night I told her does ur mom know i am talking to u,she was like i told her i am talkin to my new bf,i was just shocked and really happy,I told her to be honest with me,do U really like me?she was like Ya I really do the reason I said No before was because I was involved with my ex.So Right Now we talk everyday and share secrets,Its kind of like friendly romantic flirt lol,anywayz I wanted to know if I should wait and see if she really wants to start a new relationship,or should I ask her out?Its like she is really excited and happy and on da other side she is like she is not sure to start a new relationship,Please give me the best advice for askin her out,or what to do with her I really love her!!!Lol thanks for ur help and response. Advice
She has made it very clear to you that she likes you. It is your turn now. Ask her out before she finds someone else!

Don't let a chance for romance pass you by. Things will work out well for you.

Good luck!

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