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Ok so I have a sort of problem. Last April this boy who I am friends with told me on MSN that he fancied me and I also fancied him. We went to Pizza Hut once but said that we shouldn't tell our other friends. This is because one of our other friends had started saying that we had got off at a party even though she knew we hadn't as I spent the whole time with her. My other friends thought the idea of us together was rediculous. He then never mentioned going out again which I was sort of pleased about because when we did go out it was awkward and I didn't know what to say. Now he wants to go to town and I don't know what to do because what if it's awkward again.

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You should go out with him and then talk about it with him. Chances are if you find it awkward then he will to and you'll both be glad to get it out in the open. It'll be a big relief to get it out of the way and then you can focus on having a good time. I hope it all goes well for you :D

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Once you've been out with him a few times it'll break the ice and things will get easier at school. When you go out with him just try and be yourself, chat about things you like and things you know he likes, just try and get a conversation going. Coz once you've had one, the rest will just come on by themselves.

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lol, that's something I've never been good at. Controlling nerves. They always seem to get the better of me and it's horrible, until I finally relax that is. Just try and make conversation as quickly as possible and you'll relax soon enough, that's the best way to keep your nerves under control. Hope I'm helping here BTW :D

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