Talk to her

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Ok so i met this girl at the begining of the school year we started talking and kind of flirting. i kept seeing her with alot of other guys and not alot of my friends really thought this would work she was a cheerleader and i was drummer, so that stuff kind of got to me. i didnt really know what to think so we kind of stoped talking but i kept feeling the same way then i found out she had a boyfriend this was a few months ago, sence then we havent talked much but a friend started talking to her and playing some of my music it turns out she really likes musicians and asked if my friend thought id be "weirded out" if she called me but she never did. its been about 9 months i still feel the same way and i have no idea what to do. Advice
Sometime when you have your drum with you say hi to her and give her a big smile. She should respond nicely.

Then find out what her name is and look her up in the phonebook or ask her for her number. Call her up and talk with her and see how things go. Meanwhile, or even before, start talking to her in person. You did it before so you shouldn't have trouble with that now.

Maybe she has a boyfriend. That doesn't mean you can't talk to her and be a friend. And if they ever break up, you will be there available to her.

Give it a shot!

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