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Getting in touch with an old friend. - June 13th 2011, 06:26 PM

So I knew this girl (only over the internet), but we had an argument and havent talked in about half a year. Would it be weird if I just emailed her out of the blue wanting to be friends again? I tried talking to her before but she just ignored me - still recent to the argument.

Would things go better now the storm has hopefully passed? Advice is welcome.

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Re: Getting in touch with an old friend. - June 13th 2011, 07:16 PM

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I would contact her and see where it goes from there. The storm has passed, and she may want to contact you too, but is unsure of how to do so. Send her an e-mail or try to find her on some social networking sites and try to contact her this way. If she doesn't respond, then let it go. She obviously is still holding a grudge from Hell, and wishes to not speak to you. But, if she does respond in a nice manner, I'd take the conversation from there.
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Re: Getting in touch with an old friend. - June 13th 2011, 08:08 PM

bah, now that I get round to it, I'm not 100% sure of her email addresses she used...its been that long. I remember her Steam details, but that isn't super reliable. I remember her IRL address, would a personal letter be too much? Maybe she has moved out and changed address...
   
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Re: Getting in touch with an old friend. - June 13th 2011, 11:10 PM

If she is using or has used several different e-mail's, try sending the letter to all of the e-mail's. That way she is bound to get them all. You can try a personal letter of course, but if she has moved and her address has changed, the post office will let you know or it might even forward the mail to the correct address.











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Re: Getting in touch with an old friend. - June 14th 2011, 12:42 AM

I would give it all a go try every e-mail and send a personal letter... The post office usually forwards things they did for my grandma.. So if you are really set on this go for it


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Re: Getting in touch with an old friend. - June 14th 2011, 05:46 AM

I'd say go for it. Personally I'd try the e-mail thing first of all. Send it to any of the e-mails you remember or if she had a main one she used. Or I'd track her down on facebook or a similar site. If that fails then I'd send her a letter. I mean what's the worst that could happen? If she responds great, if not then its not meant to be that way. At least then you can say you made the effort.
   
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Re: Getting in touch with an old friend. - June 16th 2011, 11:46 AM

Ask her out before its too late.Just show your all feelings and make her feel that you are one who could love her more than anyone else.
   
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