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Discussion in 'GMD Social Forum' started by damnromulans, Jun 28, 2010.
Hey, i thought i had a pretty spiffy theory.
I'd say that you really should just ask her out.
Right. And how many times have you been laid by coming up with spiffy theories?
^Shut up, no one listens to you anymore.
No one listens to me either
Oh dear, guess I'll go cry into my breakfast cereal
Grant, she sounds really shy and might get scared if you come on too strong. Definitely ask her out, but you know, do so in a way that seems like just hanging out vs a Big Date. Also, culturally Asian chicks like being bought stuff.
Do what I did, ask her to see a movie. Don't phrase it as a date, then assess the situation as it happens.
It's a great strategy that I've used before with success. Discussing a movie you've just seen with a woman is a good way to gauge dateability. It's by no means definitive, but if the conversation isn't the least bit interesting, then it's probably not a good sign.
I'm trying to set up a date tonight. Called her twice and left a text -- she's not responding yet, so i may have to try again tomorrow.
I know what i want to say to her.
If you keep leaving messages and calls she'll get a restraining order on you.
Just that i'd like to get dinner with her on sunday and talk for a while. If she happens to indicate that it matters to her whether it's a "date" or not, i'll suggest that it isn't a date, but that it's still important to me. idk how insistent i'll end up being, that's just something i'll have to wing.
No. If she asks if it's a date, say "Yes." That's the answer she wants. They want you to be assertive and decisive. It's a desirable trait.
The longer in the future the date is, the more time she has to change her yes into a no. Just saying.
Fine, god damn it, I'll tell her it's a date.
I have to go out of town this weekend, so saturday night is not an option. I'm gonna shoot for sunday.
A work night? No.