[QUOTE="wesmore24, post: 5734943]Well, I'm 14 and a teen, so obviously I like girls. The problem is that Im not really experienced with them. So if you'd kind enough and tell how I should ask a girl out, be mature btw. Thank You.[/QUOTE]
just ask her out and don't be someone you are not while asking her out. you will feel the adrenalin in your stomach and right after you ask you may get a little bit light headed if this is your first time asking someone out. After that it's easy peazy. it gets easier and easier.
I have dated many women in my time and I can tell you exactly what women want to hear. Confidence!!!!! Never use stupid pick up lines either. Women are drawn to a man who knows what he wants. Never act like you are not sure. Go up to the girl and keep it simple.
You need to have that "I can have any girl I want" confidence. But do not be arrogant.
that greatly depends on your social situation at school and if she is "popular enough" do her friends agree with her decision? especially at that age. If he isn't popular and she is, the chances are so slim it's really not worth the effort, if he isn't popular and neither is she, his chances are great. If he is popular and she isn't then the chances are even better.
[QUOTE="Dave-The-Rave, post: 5735154]Oh yeah, I forgot about "popularity". Just so you know, that doesn't mean a damn once you leave school. Its the people with actual personality that stick out then. Not the fake people.[/QUOTE]
yes, but what we are seeing here is wesmore is 14 and chances are he is asking a girl out around that age. early to mid teen girls are always like that if they are popular, if their friends don't like you, chances are that girl wont give you the time of day. Wesmore is in school so.... heh
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First of all I would say, is she even worth it? Is she a nice girl, nice to you and not a complete bitch? If you think you mesh well and think it would work out then go for it. Most women are just as nervous as you from what I have seen when it comes to asking someone on a date or accepting a date request.
Just go for it. If you get turned down, it's not the end of the world. There still tons of other chicks out there.
and even if she says no, we all know that means yes. Rape the shit out of her. ;-)
haha, before my wife and I got married, this was before we even went out. we use to never talk to each other and we didn't know each other. I was at a party and she got into a fight with some drunk guy, I guess the guy was hitting on her (this was like 12 to 13 years ago) I can't remember but a bunch of us broke the fight up and a few of us were standing in a circle talking and she was right next to me. I looked at her (I was sober by the way) and said "you don't like it when guys hit on you?" she was like, "I don't mind it but I don't like when they touch me." So I slapped her ass and said "like that?" she was laughing.
after that every weekend that I went to my friends parties she would wait for me and all we would do is talk a lot. I never would drink at those parties but she always waited. I remember all this, it was to awesome to forget. This was a few weeks later that I drove up and she just jumped in the car and wanted to do something so we went out to eat, watched a movie, etc etc.
[QUOTE="F34R, post: 5735090]I disagree. I have a lot of female friends.[/QUOTE]
I think I was generalizing when I said that. I guess from a single point of view..if you're single and looking for love..then I would say a mission impossible to be friends with a chick. But you're married so you don't have that problem.
To quote Chris Rock, "I wanna be the friend that's fuckin' you in the ass!" :lol:
Be honest. Girls have bullshit detectors built in i swear to god. Just let it come naturally in the convo. it might be a few days before the oppertunity presents itself, but its worth it. Not dressing like a douche helps too. In middle school/start of high school i wore pretty much t-shirts and jeans. but junior senior year i started dressing nicer, and college i pretty much exclusivly wear polos or collard shirts. girls like a nice lookin man.
[QUOTE="btbam, post: 5735332]Be honest. Girls have bullshit detectors built in i swear to god. Just let it come naturally in the convo. it might be a few days before the oppertunity presents itself, but its worth it. Not dressing like a douche helps too. In middle school/start of high school i wore pretty much t-shirts and jeans. but junior senior year i started dressing nicer, and college i pretty much exclusivly wear polos or collard shirts. girls like a nice lookin man.[/QUOTE]I always make sure that I look good, that my numba one step.
Seriously tho, don't text her out. Call or do it in person. Don't be nervous, be confident but not cocky. Don't pressure or beg her to say yes. And if she says no, who cares. There are so many girls out there