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5 Ways To Go From Flirting In Class To Dating Your College Crush

Make him your boyfriend by midterms.

5 Ways To Go From Flirting In Class To Dating Your College Crush
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With Summer coming to an end, it will be time to go back to school. That may sound dreadful and not so exciting but it could be exciting if you had a certain someone in your classes. We all have at least one person in our classes who we have a crush on. That makes that one boring class, a lot more enjoyable by making jokes and witty banter. You both have already made some headway as you both sit together in class, and have had a bit of flirting going on in class. This is a good start but if you want more then a fun, flirty friendship then you are going to have to step out of the classroom and more to the next level. Here are 10 ways to help you get our of classroom flirting to dating outside.

1. Partner up with them on group projects or study together

2. Flirt with them outside of class

3. Send Flirty Text Messages

4. Be Brave and Have Conversations With Them

5. Ask Your Crush Out Casually

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