Asking her outVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
So, I met this girl 1 1/2 month ago at a retreat and I really like her. I made friends with her and hung out with her a lot, but I've had major difficulty asking her out. I have never really (don't analyze the really) asked out a girl before, and I'm not sure what to do. What are the words do I say. I think since were friends and not acquiantinces i can't really just something like wanna see a movie or like that. I feel I need to be specific in asking her to go out, but I don't know what to do. I asked my best female-friend for advice and she said I shouldn't ask her out on hte phone but in person. I've gotten a lot of opportunities, but I keep wimping out.
Also, there another thing that complicates things. for reference we'll call her girl A, her best friend girl B, and two other friends C & D. I was hanging out with all of them and on the way home I was driving A (girl i like) , C, and D home and A (girl i like) asked me if I liked her best friend (girl b), with a sort of urgency or need to tell me not that B wasn't there. I said no and it kinda awkwarded out. I'm worried htat her best frined might like me and that might hold her from giong out with me if i asked.
So yeah i'm really confused help me.
Are you going to keep wimping out for the rest of your life?
No you are not. You might as well start now and get it over with. If she says not it won't hurt as much as you think and it won't be awkward.
Just say to her "I want to see movie X, would you like to go with me?" She will ask you when it is and you tell her.
Once you get used to asking it will become easy and you will win some and lose some.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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