Going out on dates can be one of the most enjoyable experiences of your life. If you’ve decided you want to ask a girl out and take her on a date then here are some tips to get started with so you know what to do when asking a girl out.
1.Let her know who you are.
Let her know who you are. If you’re already friends with the girl or if she knows who you are, this makes it easier to ask her out. You’ll have an advantage because she already knows who you are and she won’t think that you’re just some random stranger asking her out.
For example, if you’re already friends with the girl but haven’t hung out with her outside of school yet, try telling her, “Since we both go to the same school, why don’t we hang out after class one day? There’s this great coffee shop near campus.”
If you want to ask someone out whom you don’t really know yet, introduce yourself first. This can take away some of your anxiety about approaching someone unfamiliar because she will become familiar with who you are. Start by saying something like: “Hey!
2.Pay attention to the way she acts around you.
Does she laugh at your jokes? Does she smile a lot when talking to you? Does she find excuses to touch you? These are all signs that she might like you.
There are many subtle hints that a girl may drop, which tell you that she is interested in spending some time with you. If she tells you about her birthday party or school dance, and asks if you’re going to go, too, then this is definitely a sign that she’s interested in more than just being friends.
If a girl says things like, “We should hang out sometime” or “You’re really fun to talk to,” then she probably likes you as well.
3.Reveal romantic interest.
Ask questions that might lead to more intimate topics. If she seems uncomfortable, change the topic!
4.Be thoughtful about your timing
Timing is everything when it comes to asking girls out. If she’s not interested in dating at all — or not interested in dating you — then the timing will never be right for her. But assuming that’s not the case, try to avoid these common pitfalls:
Don’t ask too early in your relationship.
People have a way of figuring out when someone is being something they’re not, and that can be a dealbreaker for some people. Don’t try too hard to impress her. You already got her attention — now just focus on keeping it.
6.Look Into Her Eyes
This is one of the most important things you can do when approaching a girl. If she doesn’t like what she sees, then she won’t want to date you. However, if she sees that you’re interested in her and that you’re trying to impress her, then she’ll be more likely to say yes to your request. If she doesn’t know who you are yet or isn’t sure if she wants to be with you yet, then this will help convince her that it’s a good idea for them to go out together because she’ll see someone who wants them as much as they want her!
7.Be confident in yourself.
When approaching girls and asking them out, it’s important not to be too shy or insecure about yourself and your own abilities. You need confidence because girls can sense when someone doesn’t feel comfortable with themselves which gives them mixed signals about whether or not you are interested.
8.Compliment the girl.
Girls like compliments, so don’t forget to use nice words when speaking with someone whom you like or are interested in. You could say something like “You are really pretty”, or “I love your eyes”. However, if you want the girl’s attention then avoid overdoing it with too many
9.Ask for her phone number
If you’ve been on more than two dates with her, she’s interested in you as more than just a friend. If you’re interested in dating her, the time is right to ask for her phone number. You’ll want to text and call her before your first date — and you’ll want to text and call her between dates too.
10.Make sure it’s the right time and place.
Some people think they can just ask anyone they want out, but that’s not true. You don’t want to interrupt someone in the middle of work or class, and you certainly don’t want to ask her out while she’s talking to another guy — this is considered rude. Pick a time when she’s alone, relaxed and unlikely to be interrupted by other people.
Section: Practice what you’re going to say before you ask her so that she doesn’t catch you off guard.
11.Know what you want to do when you ask her out.
If you’ve been going out with your friends and getting to know her better, then you probably have an idea of the kind of things she likes to do. Perhaps she mentioned a restaurant that she’d like to go to, or maybe during one hangout session she saw a movie that she wanted to see again. If so, then you already have an idea of what restaurants or movies that she’d be interested in seeing. Knowing this can help make asking her out easier.
Takeaway: Use these steps as a guide so that asking out a girl is much less scary than it seems