How to ask a girl out on a date

Asking a girl out on a date is something you must calculate in order to get it right. You don’t just walk up to a girl and ask her out. When you want to ask a girl out on a date, you have to ensure that the timing is right, the mood is right and you have some cash in your wallet. To get a positive response from a female for a date you ought to do your homework. Find out if she is seeing someone, and if she is not, find out when last she was with someone because a girl just out of a relationship is not necessarily looking to jump into a new one, she might just use you as a hanger until the old bloke comes begging. So you have to do your homework.

Girls are sweet but they can be a little hard to read so you have to ask around, get a little nosy if you are really interested in asking a girl out. Ask her friends if you know them, ask her neighbor if you live in close proximity. Ask her siblings about her if you are fortunate to meet any of them. Find out little bits of information about her, and her relationship status. Don’t over do it though!

Once you have your information sorted and you are still sure you want to ask the girl out, Walk up to her without fidgeting, without making any funny faces, I recommend a smile; a simple noninvasive smile is enough to get her to soften her mood for you to be able to execute your mission.

Tell her in simple non-apologetic style that you like her and you would like to take her out to eat and talk. Go straight to the point looking her straight in the eyes like she is so beautiful. Don’t Beg, just ask in a manly fashion. If you can, hold her hands while asking if she lets you. Some girls are shy so they may withdraw their hands but its ok. Go ahead and ask her out. Remember no fidgeting, stand strong; looking her softly in the eyes like she is so beautiful and tell her you want her to be your girl. Good luck!


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