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Asking for a friend

(9 Posts)
lottielipstick Sun 24-Jul-16 21:06:07

No really haha.
A friend of mine works in a shop, and a guy who she's attracted to keeps coming in and they both keep catching each other's eye and looking away. They have now and again made small talk like 'on your break are you' or 'hi you alright?' And also in his shop they have made a little joke of how it's her that's always serving him and how this is different haha. That kind of thing

How does she tAke it to the next level?

lottielipstick Sun 24-Jul-16 21:28:58

smile

Itsnowornever01 Sun 24-Jul-16 21:32:23

He could ask her out?

AddToBasket Sun 24-Jul-16 21:33:25

Next visit:
Her - I should introduce myself, I'm Lotti'sFriend
Him - I'm Name

Visit after that:
Her : Hi, Name
Him: Hi, LF

Visit after:
Her: we should get a coffee
him: Yes/No

bloodymaria Sun 24-Jul-16 21:34:37

By using her words.

booksandcoffee Sun 24-Jul-16 21:37:08

Why AddToBasket said.

Itsnowornever01 Sun 24-Jul-16 22:01:44

If either of them are seeing someone else that could complicate the answer however. grin

lottielipstick Sun 24-Jul-16 22:16:28

She doesn't know if he's seeing anyone else! That's why I think she's afraid to be full on and ask for a date

Davinaaddict Sun 24-Jul-16 22:30:13

By doing the Bend and Snap grin

But seriously, I'd go with AddtoBaskets response

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