I see what you mean. However, I didn't really want to come of too strongly or overconfident. I have known this girl for a while and I don't think she's really that type to test me like that. Her response to my message was that maybe we could plan a study session together with one of her friends. It doesn't really bother me so I said yes, but to be honest, it seems kinda awkward to get together for a study session on holiday break? I wasn't trying to get to this but I guess I can always ask her out just the two of us again later?
If I was to reply with "I want to hang out with just you, when are you free", (which I do want to get at), wouldn't it be a bit too comfrontive especially after she just suggested a study session with her friend? That's what I was thinking...
There is really no such thing as being "overconfident" with women.Just don't be rude or pushy, that's all.If a woman is a bit on the shy/socially awkward side she may get flustered by confidence but she still won't get put off.Even then it's much more likely that she will simply feel positively giddy about it.The ones who may take offense most often have a chip on their shoulder and are best avoided anyway.If she is already your friend and has suggested that, it's either because she: isn't interested or is actually just confused/oblivious to your signals.But now you have gained nothing, because you still don't know her stance on you.You have known her for a while so she must have formed an opinion on you already, and a study session isn't really going to change that.You will have to just be less ambiguous when you pose your question the next time.
Thanks for the reply MossyMan.I will see how it goes, and will ask her out again.
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