Asking her outVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
I want to ask this girl to be my girl friend.I'm 13 and i guess the girl I want to ask out is 13 too. The girl I want to ask out goes to another school like 11 blocks away from my school. I used to know her from last year in my school. She was popular and I didnt really like her, i just said hi to her and stuff. This year I think of her like she is hot! When I went to her school for about 15 min, in the lunch room I saw her and she smiled and waved to me, with a laugh from her and her friends at her table. Then I found out that she was already going out with another kid.
So my question is that, since I already know her number, I need some advice in asking her out by like talking to her. I don't want to use the advice you have in your site because im not that confident with that advice! I wont just ask her out, I'll wait untill she is done her relation ship with the other kid. I really don't want to embarrass my self doing this.
My advice is to wait until she no longer has a boyfriend and then ask for advice about what to do. Meanwhile, do the first step of becoming a boyfriend, and that is develop a strong friendship with her. That probably means calling her and simply chatting about what's happening. Once you are a good friend, you will find out quickly when (if ever) she breaks up with her boyfriend. Then you will be ready to ask her out.
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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