Discussion in 'Vaginarium' started by tehexile, Mar 21, 2006.
on a date or to be your so?
say it just like this "hey, would you maybe like to go out sometime"
to be my s/o... we've been on a couple dates together, hang out pretty often and work together... i just dont know how to be like "ok, go out with me please kthx"
I wouldn't do it by saying "hey, will you be my girlfriend/boyfriend?"
Although it's cute, it makes you sound like you are back in the fourth grade. If you like the person, which obviously you do, and you feel that they feel the same way, have the "exclusivity" talk.
Let them know that you are interested in getting to know them better and hanging out more and that you don't want to date anyone else during that process, tell them you would appreciate the same from them. But don't do it in a bossey way, just letting them know that you want to be a one-on-one and you aren't going to be poking around at anybody else.
If you are an interesting person and you do a few things right, girls will usually ask the infamous "What are we?" Then you can say whatever you want.
Yeah, word to the wise - DON'T ask. Let her do the asking. This is the kind of thing that, when said by a guy, makes a woman wonder why he's so insecure. Just go with what you've got and keep your mouth shut.
Pretty soon *she'll* ask and then you can make her work for it.
Hey Susie want to go steady?!
eh i dunno if she was kidding or not, but she said something along the lines of "ask me out in a couple weeks with flowers"
Personally, I will hardly ever jump through a hoop a girl throws out.
As Poco said, I wouldn't be asking her out. If you treat her like a girlfriend without ever saying it, she will ask.
You need to be more dominant. It's what she wants.
Agreed with Socrates. Don't jump through her hoops, make her jump through yours. If she had said that to me, I would have said something smart-ass in return. Like "Do you like Dandelions?"
I would've said that without even thinking twice.
"I'm going to be at X location at X time. Why don't you join me and we'll have 'beverage of choice' and good conversation."
Implies that you were going anyway, but hey, why not have company?