Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
Hi, I'm in a college, I'm 21 years old. I am an Asian guy and I have this big crush on a girl who is 3 year older than me. I like her so much. But she seems
not even care about me. I have her phone number. When I first called her to ask about homework she was nice. But the second time I called to ask somthing related to the class she got kind pissed off. I don't know why, she said
she is watching movie.
I don't know how am I supposed to ask her out. I am a pretty good singer, I mean it's not bad to listen, so I have recorded the song "This I promise" from Nsync. I hate those guys but since girls love them I decided to record.
Anyways, I also got a present which is a soap of a shape "A hand holdgin a heart" really beautiful. I also made a talk in the CD and recorded it with a background music. I'm trying to ask her out but when is the good way to ask her out and how? What if she doesn't even want to get the present that I've preparing for a month already? What should I do? Please tell me...
I have a TON of advice on the site about asking people out. Your idea is certainly unique! But you haven't even built a friendship level up with her yet. Chances are she is going to say NO because she doesn't know you well enough! Work on the friendship. Work on the ability to call and talk to her. Best friends who then date end up having a great time. Strangers usually don't date - and if she gives in and dates you even though you're a stranger, it is likely to be awkward, short and not repeated. Work on the friendship first.
-- from Lisa
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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