7th grade boy likes 8th grade girl

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Original Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
There is this new girl at my school. I love practically everything about this girl. We talked one and got real close.The problem is that she's in the 8th grade and I'm in the 7th.So is it possible that we could go out because I really like this girl

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kiss her at a dance

If your school has dances, it is a perfect time to find out if she likes you. Watch what she does, who she talks to, how she dances, etc. When you ask her to dance, listen to her tone and response. I she accepts reluctantly, then it's probably a "no". If you do dance with her, look at her eyes; if she looks away, she's either shy, or doesn't like you in that way. when you look at her, smile slightly, in a casual way, so as not to be forward. If she smiles back, keep going; you're on a roll! Talk to her, like what she likes to do for fun, or what's been happening. If she feels comfortable talking to you, edge a little closer to her, and continue talking. When you're within 6 inches, slowly move up to her until you look right into her eyes. At this point, it's too risky to speak or chicken out. once your close enough,kiss her;don't make out,just a quick, 2 second kiss. When you pull away, smile, then look away reluctantly, but look back soon after, with a shy, bashful sort of look. If she smiles, it might be ok to kiss again, but a longer one. If she makes a move, or tries to make out or kiss you, follow suit; she wants you to. Basically, you want her to be comfortable talking to you. Trust me, when I was in 7th grade, I liked an 8th girl. That system usually works.

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