The game of loveVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
hello i am fourteen never asked a girl out before and i like this girl that isnt my best friend but shes still a friend, and i was needing to know...
1) how can i get her to like me and how will i tell if she starts to like me
2)once she does and i tell her im developing feelings for her and she agrees what are some physical questions to ask her out like can i have about 5 examples
3) how far into the relationship, where, and how exactly do i kiss her (i.e. the first kiss is probably not as intense i guess) but when and how far do i go?
4)what are some good places to go on dates?
5) i realll dont want to lose this friendship is there any way i can ask her out without surprising her or once we are then breaking up how can we remain friends
please please help thank u so much,
Hmmmm... are you Marc, Jack, or David? Or are you three guys using the same account. It would help me to know what is going on.
In any case, to get a girl to like you is not hard if she is willing... if she is unwilling you have no chance. The basic answer is to be nice to her, pay attention to her, and show that you like her. One way to do this is to greet her every time you see her by looking her in the eyes, saying in a clear voice "Hi" plus her name, and giving her a big smile. That's pretty simple. You will know if she likes you if she looks at you and smiles at you and talks to you.
Asking her out is best done by inviting her to go somewhere with you. For example, "Would you like to go to the movies together?" Or for a walk in the park, or by a river, or to the mall, or just hang out. Once you have done a few of these things you can ask her "Would you like to go out with me?"
The natural progression of physical romance is to hold hands, hug, kiss on the cheek, kiss on the mouth, then touching intimate parts of the body. Take them one at a time and she if she is willing to do them. That answers your question about when to do what... just do it in order.
I'm not going to tell you about breaking up until you have at least gone out on one date with her!
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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