I don't want to look stupid by misreading the situation

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Hey, I'm a senior in high school and I'm starting to re-like this girl (I used to like her back in middle school) that I've been friends with for several years. We just had our homecoming, and neither of us had a date, and we walked in together and I offered and did pay for her to get in. She also asked me to wear my football jersey on the day of our homecoming football game about three weeks or so in advance. At the dance, she came up asked me for to dance with her for the last slow song of the dance (and our last high school homecoming). This year, we've become alot better friends it seems and we talk alot more than before and I get kind of a weird feeling that she might like me too by the way we act around each other. I'm thinking about asking her to go on a date or something but I don't want to look stupid by misreading the situation and finding out she has no romantic interest in me. What should I do, and does it sound like she likes me too? Thanks.

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The goal is to get her to go out on a date.

It definitely sounds like she likes you.

So make your play. If she says she likes you as a friend then say well let's go out as friends. Then who knows what will develop.

Good luck!

-- from George
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