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Submitted: 06/16/2013
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User avatar #1 - rampu (06/16/2013) [-]
Not exactly a green text story, not that I have ever been good at breaking it down like that anyway.

About 3 years ago I joined a tabletop game group. There was a girl, about 8/10 in the group. I almost instantly have a crush brewing (Nerdy, attractive, and intelligent? Yes please.) Spent the next 4 months getting to know her, she tells me that I am one of the best friends she's ever had. I can't stand being friend zoned, it happens all too much. We stay friends for nearly a year. I'm not exactly an alpha. Halloween of 2010 I decide to nut up. We're both working a haunted house and I can't take it anymore. I want to get out of the friend zone, and I won't take no for an answer. November first I walk up to her and try to be alpha. I want to say "Hey, do you want to go out for dinner and a movie?" Instead I say "Hey.... Uhm...Do you think that uhm.... maybe you'd want to go to a movie or something with me? It's okay if you don't want to.... I understand."


Beta as **** , Right?

Apparently girls think it's cute as hell... Long story short, we're engaged now.

Moral of the story, Step up and ask her out, the worst that can happen is they will say no, and you'll be no worse off.
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