OK...iv had many girlfriends, but the problem with me is...i dunno how to ask them out. I dont wanna be all original and ask "will you be my girlfriend". I need something more...romantice, i guess...Help me out women.
How to ask out a girl...
just tell them that you really like them and thast you want them to be your girlfriend. tell them the truth about te way you feel. the old fasioned way is the most romantic way
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Most important thing is being truthful and heartfelt. I like to say, "I've been thinking and I really want us to be together." Then tell her how you care about her and what you like about her. Try to feel the vibes she's giving you and decided where to go from there.
Actions speak louder than words
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lol. I like that one.
that is all I know to but i have an idea about just asking them out on instant messanger wich would be easier
you will look like a pussy if you ask over e-mail, AIM, myspace or soemthing dumb like that. be a man and ask her in person.
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yeah, always ask somebody out in person. Do people really say that though? "Will you be my girlfriend?" I've never heard of that. I've always said "Will you go out with me?" Sometimes you just have to do it.
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It's as easy as "We should get together and do something sometime." It's worked for me time after time. You're not really pressuring them into a date, you're really just offering to hang out and see if they like you.
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This guy gives a great example.
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