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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

To Make a Move




"To Make a Move"

Hey Susan,

Last night I went to Fabricio's birthday party and you won't believe what happened!
I was standing by the bar when Roger approached me. We started talking and I noticed that he kept looking at me in a weird way. He bought me a drink and said I looked good! I was so happy... You know how much I like him.
After a few minutes, he asked me if I wanted to dance and I said yes. I totally thought he was making a move on me, but then he started asking me questions about YOU! I was so confused! Finally he said he has been in love with you for months and didn't know how to tell you.
Well, I guess now you know... Please let me know if you guys start dating. If that's the case, I can't be your Facebook friend anymore. I hope you understand...

Have a great week,

Bob.

To Make a Move on Someone means to approach a person with the intention of becoming more than just friends.

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