Going Out on a Date

Visitor's Question from a 41-50 year old Male
Ok, I will just tell the whole story. I work at As, and for about a month now has been this very attractive girl comin through my line and we have had several short (2-4 min convos.). Well I have started liking her.

So a few days back I decided to ask her for her # well she seemed kinda happy I asked her and she said yes! So from seeing her smile and such at me and her giving me her # I assume that means she is interested.

Well I have her number now and am wanting to ask her on a date perhaps. How do I ask her? What do we talk about (i have read the things to talk about section so more specifically or further ideas), where do I ask her too. EVERYTHING hah. Its been a while since I found a girl I'm intrested in so I dont wanna mess this up PLEASE HELP.

RomanceClass.com Advice
Good for you for taking that first step! But don't just call her and say "OK I'm a stranger but spend a whole evening with me!" Instead, take this in stages. Call her and just talk. Get to know her, let her get to know you. Tell her about yourself. Ask her about herself.

Give her your number, and then suggest that you guys can talk again some other time or maybe talk over a pizza. That gives her lots of options, and she can choose what to do next! Talking on the phone several times might be the best way to get this going in a comfortable way.

-- from Jenn
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