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I almost messed up by complimenting her but thankfully things are fine now. Do you feel I have no chance or is it still too early to tell?

In my previous post I shared that I was gonna compliment this girl with whom I have been chatting on Instagram for the past 6-7 days. She was 2 years my junior in school days and now she is 20 and I turned 22 almost 5 weeks ago. After having an amazing chat with her for the past 6 days, I complimented her. Tomorrow she had made some plans to go out for holidays but it was canceled so she seemed upset and I thought it was the best moment to compliment her to make her mood better. In my previous post I shared that there is a botanical garden in our city where there is a flower show every Jan and Feb until Valentines day so I told her to visit there. She replied Hmmm. Then I replied this "Yeah. Btw the flowers might get jealous seeing you." So she replied this "Huh?". Then I replied this "Thats because you are more beautiful than the flowers there so obviously they will get jealous seeing your beauty." But she just left that message on seen and didn't reply anything.

I felt scared that she probably got creeped out by that so I apologized and said her not to be angry on me. Then she replied that she isn't angry but she felt a little uncomfortable with the message. So I replied this "I am sorry. I thought you were sad because your plan for tomorrow got canceled so I just said that to make you smile." Then she replied "Thats really sweet. Thank you." Then I replied welcome and apologized again and then she heart my message. Thankfully she kinda didn't mind it much and forgive me. Btw do you feel it was really creepy of me to compliment her like that? Do you feel I have less chances with her now because of this or is 6 days still too early to say?

 
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