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What does it mean if you met a girl awhile ago and you were playing football and you got hurt and she came over to you and started to touch you all over?

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2006-12-11 21:37:53
2006-12-11 21:37:53

Hey well either she just wants to touch you or she was just trying to help and she doesn't know much about first aid but I don't think you should worry unless you really like her.... its probably not that serious don't worry about it. It's obvious she is very attacted to you, concerned about you being hurt and trying to help. Lap it up! Ask her out!

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