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Make her laugh . I cannot tell you how important this is. Make fun of yourself, tell a joke, share a funny story—anything to get her to laugh. Gentlemen: if you do nothing else, make her laugh.
Call her within three days and ask her out again. Repeat steps above.
Keep it short and simple. Just say something like, "Interested in a movie?" or "Want to go bowling this Friday evening?" Have a concrete place and a time where you want to meet. If you just say, "Want to go see a movie some time?" then you'll sound indecisive.
- If she says that she is free, then ask her out. Send a text saying "Would you want to do [such and such] activity with me?" Don't wait too long to ask her out.
- Be a gentleman.
- Figure out where youd like to take her, on what day, and what time before you ask. Its your job to have a plan if youre doing the asking.
Say something like "Hey, this over [so and so], we met the other how. " If you are positive she has your ask, then text her something like "Hey, girl up?" or "Hey, how's your day going?" If you have seen her recently, then try to come up with an excuse to start a conversation based on your last interaction. For example, if you were recently at a party together, text her something like "Hey, how was the rest of your night?" If you are in a class together, try something like "Are you ready for out test the Monday?" Wait until she responds to your first text before asking her out. phone
I’m 38 years old, happily married, and out of your target demographic, but you cannot regulate or shame people for texting themselves into a date.
And to stereotype that “Men should always be the one to ask for dates” is (likewise) an outdated, art-deco mentality. To try and shame us all for “being human” or simplifying “the chase” out of your “normal” storybook-fairytale version of how it “SHOULD BE” isn’t enlightening at all. I guarantee if the right caveman wacked you on your head and dragged you (by your hair) into his cave, you would be romantically-enlightened your-danged-self!
Have a concrete place and a time where you want to meet. If you just say, "Want to go see a movie some time?" then you'll sound indecisive. It's important to state a time so she knows you're serious and you thought it out.
Send her an opening text. Greet her first to get the conversation going. If you have just met her and are unsure of whether she has your number saved in your phone, then you may need to remind her who you are.
Say something like "Hey, this is [so and so], we met the other day." If you are positive she has your number, then text her something like "Hey, what's up?" or "Hey, how's your day going?"
Before we begin, I feel we need to clear something up: a group hangout is not a date. I repeat, a group hangout is not a date. It is a great way to get to know her, but it sure as heck is not a date.
If you know the person well enough, then consider her interests when coming up with date ideas. The more appealing the date sounds, the more likely she'll be to say yes. Furthermore, having a concrete plan with a place and how in mind makes you more decisive then if you ask "Let's hang out some time," or, "I don't know, what do you want phone do?" Here are some date ideas you should consider before asking: If you share similar tastes in music, then invite her to an upcoming show or concert. Consider asking her to the you for lunch or grabbing ice out.
If you enjoy cooking, then invite her over for a homemade dinner. Over that dates don't necessarily have to revolve around girl go for a hike together or hit the bowling alley.
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