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Hey I was looking for some advice. I like this girl at school but I found the day I was going to ask her out she told me she was moving schools (but staying in the same city). The moving is completely her idea, we go to a magnet school so I was hoping I could convience her to stay but I doubted it. I panicked and ended up not asking her that day. She is leaving exactly two weeks from today (the sixth of janurary). Today after school she seemed in a bit of a hurry but I knew I didnt have time to spare and I asked her to the movies. She said yes but that she couldn't go this weekend because she was going to her fathers house, I asked about next week and she said yes. She nver made eye contact and walked away quickly after our goodbye which worried me a bit should I be worried? I didn't realize until later that if we do go to the movies and dinner the weekend after this one she only has two days of school. I wanted to ask her out after a movie and dinner but with the time shortage im not really sure how to approach the situation. Any advice? Should I ask her to go out with me this week? Or stick with next my plan of asking her out two days before she moves schools at dinner?
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You know, you have a date with her already. Why not slow down a little bit, take some time to look forward to that and just see how it goes. There's no need to rush right into an exclusive relationship, especially since you haven't had a single date yet. Enjoy the movie together, get to know each other a little better over dinner, see if you actually want a second date.

If you're both having a good time then odds are you'll find a way to make a relationship work. If your first date doesn't work out for whatever reason, it will be much easier to get past that if you haven't spent two weeks obsessing about the next step. Try to relax and just enjoy the upcoming date.

I would have girls regard themselves not as adjectives but as nouns. --Elizabeth Cady Stanton

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