I'm going to buy her a Christmas present

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Hi, I'm writing to you again, because I need some help.
Yesterday, me and the girl I've told you about were very close to each other the whole day, we had a test in school and I helped her to understand the things that would appear in the test, I helped her in the test too and she called me cute, and we hugged each other.
Later that day, I had a opportunity to ask her out, and I asked her if she had alredy seen a movie that's in the cinema and she told me that she was going to see it in the weekend, and I told her that's ok and that if she wasn't going to see it alredy, I was going to ask her if she wanted to go and see it with me.
This was when we were walking home and she would go to a side and me to another.
I think she likes me, but only as a friend, should I ask her out again, or does it seems to pushy?
Anyway, I'm going to buy her a Christmas present, what do you think I should buy? It can't be an expensive thing, because I don't have a lot of money.


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Sure, ask her out again now that she's had a chance to think about what you said. Even if she just considers you as a friend, she should be willing to go to a movie with you or someplace else.

For Christmas buy her a box of candy or some vanilla aroma candles (small ones). Candy would be best because her family could share and they will like you.

Good luck! George

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