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When Would You Ask Out A Girl You Like?

When Would You Ask Her Out?

hey folks, just curious. This is for the men in the house. If you see a girl you really like, would you

1. Ask her out immediately

2. Or approach her immediately

3. Would u test the waters or

4. Just admire her secretly

5. See if you could make friends with her, or her folks.

Just curious. Would you wait 6 months, 10 years before asking her out or just assume she's already got a boyfriend or perhaps feel she ain't going to go out with you? What do u do?

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<raises an eyebrow>

hmmm, Me thinks this is more than meets the eye

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Have always suspected you to be a pervert, you just confirmed my suspicions.

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i will watch her for a while her for a whle

then i'll make my moves

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i think the right time to ask a girl out is when she is in her heat period, that way she will just lead you straight to her room.

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Ladies find me very interesting and funny to be with. on this note i'll approach her soon as i notice she is enjoying my companion.

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well i'd have to make sure she really is the right kind not just someone who's nice and beautiful but really COMPATIBLE to me thats the most important factor. if we get along pretty well and understand our peculiarities then !!

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This is a very broad question. How exactly do you mean when you say a girl I like. Do you mean when I see an attractive girl on the road whom I know nothing about? Or do you mean a girl that is my good friend or colleague? Can you explain exactly what you mean by someone "really liking" a girl?

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I will make her my friend and watch her before asking her out.

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i will personally go for number 5

which is See if you could make friends with her

i'll try to be friendly with the girl and if it works out well, then i have her

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