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    Originally Posted by love87
    No. He is single and my marriage broke down 12 months ago.
    If that's the case, I'd enjoy his company and flirt back. Asking him out after the classes are done or at the last class is a great idea. My instructor (I was 17-18 at the time) accompanied me to my driving test and was there waiting for me when I finished! She was amazing. Maybe you'll see him on your test day too and can ask him out then.

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    Based on my experience, if a guy is hot and cold, he's not that interested. He may like the flirting and the thrill but that's it.

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    Originally Posted by Rose Mosse
    If that's the case, I'd enjoy his company and flirt back. Asking him out after the classes are done or at the last class is a great idea. My instructor (I was 17-18 at the time) accompanied me to my driving test and was there waiting for me when I finished! She was amazing. Maybe you'll see him on your test day too and can ask him out then.
    I will definitely see him on the day of my test as I will be using his car so he will be coming with me. That sounds like a great idea. Thank you.

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    Cool your jets, my dear. Get thru your lessons and test first. Plenty of people are quite friendly (like me) and would touch your elbow too. You'll know the answer when your test is over and you ask him for coffee.

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    Originally Posted by melancholy123
    Cool your jets, my dear. Get thru your lessons and test first. Plenty of people are quite friendly (like me) and would touch your elbow too. You'll know the answer when your test is over and you ask him for coffee.
    My jets are far from fired up

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    Ok, wait until you are a bit further along toward divorce. Don't hit on the teacher. If you want to start dating and live alone, try out some dating apps.
    Originally Posted by love87
    my marriage broke down 12 months ago.

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    Can I just add, I'm not head over heels for this man. I don't want to delve into a relationship or dating headfirst. I have 3 children who are my world and men are the least of my worries. He is not somebody who would usually catch my eye but as I have gotten to know him, we have become very friendly. If it turns out he is not interested,i wont cry myself to sleep or anything . Was really wondering how to ask him out, or if there was a way of being sure he is flirting so that I dont make a fool of myself.

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    Originally Posted by Wiseman2
    Ok, wait until you are a bit further along toward divorce. Don't hit on the teacher. If you want to start dating and live alone, try out some dating apps.
    I dont do dating apps. I'm a bit old fashioned (even though I'm only in my 30's) and I much prefer to meet someone in the flesh. I dont understand why I should wait till I'm near divorce (next year) when my ex husband is living with someone new already. And by the way,I'm not bad mouthing my ex, we split very amicably. It was a joint decision as we were no longer getting on. There was no infidelity or betrayal on either part. We just grew apart.

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    Wait at least until your course is over. making a fool would be doing it now. He's doing his job, you are in the throes of a marriage breaking up, so it's more likely that you hope he's flirting, when he may just be trying to be nice.
    Originally Posted by love87
    Was really wondering how to ask him out

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    The hot/cold thing seems like stress as a driving instructor and I wouldn't base his interest level in you so heavily while he's working (it's his job/you're meeting while he's working). One of my clients was a business owner (owned his own driving school) and he worked extraordinary hours. If the vibes are right I don't think there's any harm in feeling things out the day of. You can't really plan these things to a T. Just enjoy the company and you seem to be very levelheaded in all this.

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