It’s 4 am, just got off a 3 hour FaceTime call with a girl I liked, asked her on a date, and got rejected. What do I do now?

I’m 18M and I’ve known her (19F) for about 4 years now, we’ve been to school together, I’m about to be in the same college with her, and we’ve always been good friends. I always came to her to talk about stuff and she came to me about her’s. I’ve always loved talking to her, it just felt natural to talk to her, and that’s just what I wanted in a girlfriend, someone that’s just open and love to spend time with.

In the call earlier we just talked back and forth about a lot of things. Now I wasn’t planning to ask her out before the call even started, I really only thought about it while we were talking during the middle of the call because of the things we talked about, which I’ll get to later. Anyways, we really talked about interesting stuff, like her weird experiences at work, my stories about hanging out with my other friends, etc, etc. Most notably she talked about one of my friends throughout the call, who’s been hitting on her constantly. He would DM her things like “Hey I think you’re really cute” and “You should come over,” that kinda shit, she’s never met talked or met him in her entire life, and she was not into that at all. That’s been old news for awhile, but she brought it up because she told me she was insane that she started to actually like him. This surprised me because we literally talked about how she wouldn’t want to get with a guy like him. Keep in mind, this dude is known for hooking up with people and throws them away when he’s done with them (yea I know he’s my friend but he’s actually a good guy when he’s not like that). A while ago, him and I actually talked about how he didn’t want to be like that anymore because it was wrong, which I agreed. So this is the part where it gets weird, earlier I tried to call another friend of mine, who lives with the friend I just talked about, but he didn’t pick up my phone call. So the girl I was on call with called him, and he picked up. After they talked, she called me back, and she just told me that they told her to come over and get drunk. The friend that I tried to call was about to leave to go to his gf’s house so I’m guessing he wanted to try to get her to hang with my other friend while he was gone. She said no and that her car was in the shop, she wouldn’t have gone even if it wasn’t. They offered to go pick her up, she also said no, and then, my friend that literally told me he wasn’t going to hook up with random people anymore and that he changed, DM’d her again after the call ended and said, “come over and get drunk.” At this point we were like, “yeah I’m disappointed.” She didn’t know what to send, so I just told her to send a meme, she did, and she sent me a screenshot of the chat, and I died laughing.

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So after all that, we went back to our regular conversation, and this is the part where I started to think about asking her on a date, and typing all of this right now, I think I’m the stupidest man alive. She started to talk about her past relationships, all the wrongs about them, how a lot of them she really regretted, and how she just wants a future with a guy that cares about her. She thought my friend, who DM’d her, really changed, I even told her how he told me that he wanted to become a different person. She just told me she probably wouldn’t go for him.

Later we talked about how she just wants to do simple things with her partner like watching movies at home and baking, and I told her that’s exactly what I would want to do too. We also talked about date ideas that we both really liked and even going places outside the country. We’re both Vietnamese and we appreciate our culture too and we talked about how we want our partners to be accepting to them too. We both just talked about how we want to be in a really good relationship. Then she starts telling me stuff like, “You’re girlfriend’s gonna be lucky to have you” and “If you don’t invite me to your wedding, I’ll hunt you down,” which I told her I would haha. During this time, I’m just thinking in my head, “Could this be my chance? Do I see a future with her? Can I really be the one for her?” Stuff like that. I wasn’t thinking about the marriage part per se, I just would like to see how a relationship with her would be and I thought it would’ve been great. My last one ended pretty badly and I wouldn’t even call it a relationship anymore so maybe this was my chance for a REAL one.

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