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Woo me already!

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In an advice column I read this morning, a 29-year-old woman wrote in complaining that she’d been hanging out with a guy and his friends all the time, but she really wanted him to just ask her out on a real date for once — you know, alone.

According to the advice guru who responded, it’s a common problem he’s seeing among Millennials these days. We’re using technology as a crutch — texting to set up “casual” group outings, flirting by way of Facebook likes — to help us avoid outright rejection.

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