Today in Psychology, me and this girl that I happen to sit in close proximity to got to the lecture before everyone else that sits on our table. We've never really spoken direct for any big length of time, but have exchange some brief glances when we think the other isn't looking. Anyway, she (we'll call her Ginger Ninja) said hello to me, which I thought was odd. As we were sitting down, she asked how I was. I said fine, then asked her. She then started talking some irrelevant ********, then showed me the three paper cuts on her hand, and told me how she got kiwi juice in one of the cuts the other day. It was as if she just wanted to keep the conversation going.
We kept glancing at each other through the lecture, whenever we laughed, we looked at each other. Anyway, we were going through a question sheet, and the four of us on our table were talking about relationships when we were younger. Ginger Ninja told us about a her first boyfriend (when she was about 8), blah blah blah. She asked one of the other girls if they had a boyfriend, who said yes. Ginger Ninja then said, rather loudly "Oh, I don't." I was looking down at the question sheet at this point, and I heard whispering. Ginger Ninja said something like "... ask him." though I'm really not sure. I looked up, laughing, and one of the girls then said "Warren, do you have a girlfriend." Nope, was my reply. Ginger Ninja kept calling me by my name as well.
Anyway, they asked me about my love life, which I admitted was woefully scarce recently. We spoke about our jobs, Ginger Ninja asked me if I worked. I said I used to work for Barclaycard for two years, until I was unfairly dismissed. I don't get EMA (too old), and they asked what I did for money. I said I beg, borrow and steal until I can find another job (jokingly, obviously). She said not too long after that she didn't think money was important at all in a relationship.
As we left, I walked to my car, which was in the direction of the bus stop. I walked off by myself, and the other two girls went off in the other direction. I soon realised that she was behind me and it was sort of like she caught up with me, then said "You lucky you don't have to catch the bus." She then walked with me until I got to my car, just talking about old schools and ****. When we split, we just said "See you Tuesday, have a good weekend."
This girl is very pretty, though not... Hot. Very nice body though, nice tanned skin. Anyway, what do you think?
I posted that in TCRT, but figured I may as well post it here as well. Popular consensus was that I should have offered her a lift home, even though she lives completely out of the way.
If I was to 'ask her out', baring in mind that I'm 19 and she is 17, any ideas as to where I could take her? Maybe just coffee during the day?