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Answered 2005-11-10 22:40:25

Take it slow and easy. If the both of you get along really well that's a darn good start because it's great to be friends with each other and then lovers. No, I wouldn't come right out and tell all. You could say to him, "You know, we've known each other a long time and what do you think of actually going out on a date?" I bet he'll jump at the chance. If he should ask you what the difference is ... seeing each other so often opposed to an actual date, say "Well, we go out as just buddies, how about we go out as any normal couple would and see how it feels." Leave the rest to mother nature. Good luck Marcy

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