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I have a friend who is of the female persuasion. We have been good friends for several years now and nothing more. Latly however I feel as though something more may be developing. I don't want to ruin the frendship we have but I would like to ask her out or at least her take on it. any suggestions as of how to do this?
 

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Cowboy,
Anna is back in the hospital for some R&R. If I were in your place I'd walk up to her, take my hat off and ask her out, if she says no, thank her and still be friends. Remember "Nothing ventured nothing gained". If your not pushy or demanding you'll still be friends.
 

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Hi Cowboy!
Interesting question and I feel sure that most of us have
found ourselves in this same situation!

I believe that honesty and communication are very important
in any relationship. You should just explain how you feel that
your relationship is taking a step forward and you want to see
if she feels the same. Talk it out. If she gets upset or starts
being distant after that, don't let it worry you; she wasn't much
of a friend anyway. Good luck and let me know how it goes.

Anna
 
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Well Anna Last night we were out together for a while and just talked but niether one of us said anything very important, but she does want to go to the movies tonight so wish me luck.
 

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Hope all went well on your date, Wyoming Cowboy!

Braveheart
 
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