I overheard her say to her friend "OMG that boy is so hott!"

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
okay...this might seem a little complicated, but here it goes...
I like this girl at school, and I am not acquainted that well with her, but I do know alot of things about her (b/c of her "myspace" profile and talking to friends of mine who know her well) but the problem is she doen't really know ME that well(at least i dont think she does) well, she plays sports with my sister and thats how she got my attention (also I walk by her every day in the hall). Ne way, the other day I was goin to meet my friend b4 homeroom and of course, her and her friend were there talking. When I walked past her I overheard her say to her friend "OMG that boy is so hott!" At first I didnt think that she was talking about me, but when I turned around she looked away and her friend started giggling. I would go and talk to her but she does have a boyfriend and I'm not sure if that would be awkward for her (or me)!
Please help me out here,

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It's easy to get on a speaking basis with her, especially since you see her regularly.

Whenever you see her, greet her by looking her in the eyes, saying in a clear voice "Hi" plus her name, and giving her a big smile. It seems she already likes you so she should be delighted to have you saying hi to her so much and so nicely.

Once you and she are used to saying hi, it is a short step to having a real conversation. Just try it, it works! George

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