There is this girl that I like, though I hadn't really talked to her directly too much. I have seen her around where I am for 3 years, but I never really started to like until 2 months ago. I know she doesn't have a boyfriend. We do occasionally stare at each other only for her to look away soon after, but other than that she hasn't really shown any signs. Should I ask her out and get to know her better, or is it too early?
How long should you wait to ask a girl that you like on a date?
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You've seen her for three years, but you didn't start to like her until two months ago. Well the staring is a sign that she likes you. But then again you might just be a bit of eye candy for her. I think you should do your homework on her first and getvto know her a little better before you go asking her out. You've already established that she doesn't have a boyfriend but looks aren't everything, personality comes first. Whatever you do, don't leave it another two years before you decide to talk to her or she'll just get fed up , lose interest and move on. I've seen it too many times before and I've also been through it before. A guy had a crush in me about 3 or 4 years ago. All the signs were there and I had reciprocated. All he would do was stare at me, follow me around, stand next to me pretending he was busy. He was incapable of initiating a conversation with me. Unfortunately I don't take shy guys by the hand. I was one shy myself and had no choice but to overcome my shyness and fear of rejection. He procrastinated for two years, I felt like he was messing me around, by the time he looked like he was going to approach me. I walked away. Its better knowing where you stand rather than thinking what if? If you have ample opportunity to talk to her, then please act on it before its too late. Don't miss out on a good opportunity like the guys in my example. Best of luck. :)0
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