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    Default Re-engaging a past flame, who you've recently seen.

    hey guys,

    so need a bit of help on this one.. so there was a girl that i was talking to about 6 years ago, but things didn't work out (distance, timing - she had just come out of a relationship) and I haven't seen her or talked to her since - she pretty much went MIA and deleted me off FB. So just last night after 5 years, I saw with a few friends at a pool hall / lounge I was at. She saw me and I saw her, but I never approached her to say hi, which I now obviously regret.

    So my question is, did I miss my chance? I do want to re-engage with her and just see how she is and see if there's anything there. Plus I have nothing to loose.

    I was thinking of messaging her on FB, just saying something like. "Hey its been a while, btw were you at pool sharks last night? I could've sworn I saw you, but wasn't too sure.." and see how she replies..

    I feel like I can send her a better message or text, but im confused and not sure how to approach this one.. :s

    Any ideas?

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    Default Re: Re-engaging a past flame, who you've recently seen.

    "Hey, you! I could've sworn I saw you at Pool Sharks last night! Either that or you have a doppelganger "

    Something like that should be appropriate. High energy and no "insecurity." Adding the "I wasn't too sure" part makes you look a little beta because it implies that you were considering saying hi but something held you back. What might be going through her head if she read that would be something like this: "If he thinks he saw me, why didn't he say hi? What was he afraid of?" Saying it the way I showed you (high energy, etc) doesn't imply that sort of thing. Play it right and it'll look like you were too buy to say hi to her or she wasn't important enough for you. Sounds douchey, but hey, it works
    Always leave her better than you found her.

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    Default Re: Re-engaging a past flame, who you've recently seen.

    Oh wow! that's perfect! thanks so much for the guidance on this!


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