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How do you tell a girl how you feel?

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Answered 2009-06-22 18:49:10

Don't think about how you are feeling, and just say it.

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Usually because he is sensitive, or because he isn't sure if the girl feels the same way about him. Most guys feel it's almost the girl's job to tell them how they feel about them first. Most guys aren't sure how to approach a girl and tell them how they feel.


I would tell her how you feel about her. its pretty simple.


Go to the girl and ask her out. She accepts, tell her how you feel towards her.


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if you are the 15 year old boy tell her how you feel about her. if you are the girl then tell him how you feel about him and tell him it cant work.









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