Peachgirly answered Sunday February 6 2005, 1:21 pm: You should tell her that you like her cuz i mean you two are close right? the worst that can happen is that she'll say no, i don't like you in that way. remember this, it's like a 50/50 chance like when flipping a coin she'll either say she likes you or she doesn't like you. so you need to take the chance and maybe she does like you and you don't know it. if she saids she doesn't like you then maybe she isn't the one for you. who knows maybe you two will remain friends and she'll eventually start to like you after thinking about it. Good luck! [ Peachgirly's advice column | Ask Peachgirly A Question ]
liddle_x_girl answered Sunday February 6 2005, 11:54 am: yeah well the only way to find out if she likes you is for you to ask her or have one of your boys find out..and if yous are close she might not want relationship..she might just see you as her brother or a best friend..lol lemme kno if you need ne more help (: [ liddle_x_girl's advice column | Ask liddle_x_girl A Question ]
Belladonna answered Saturday February 5 2005, 5:48 pm: Firstly, I'd find out whether she does like you. Does she flirt with you and show all the usual crush signs? Do your friends think she likes you? Friends seem to pick up these things better than anyone I've found. If you think it sounds like she does, go for it and tell her you like her! You never know unless you try. [ Belladonna's advice column | Ask Belladonna A Question ]
Megislovan answered Saturday February 5 2005, 5:25 pm: I was in the same situation once. So I wrote my crush a note and asked them if they liked me and was interested in dating. I said if they weren't, just tell me, and we could forget the whole thing. I hope you can try that... [ Megislovan's advice column | Ask Megislovan A Question ]
Karen answered Saturday February 5 2005, 5:16 pm: Well since you two are really close, you need to tell this girl that you like her. Even though you don't think she likes you, she may, sice you are really close to her.
-Karen [ Karen's advice column | Ask Karen A Question ]
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