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    (Original post by cole-slaw)
    meeting girls so that you are acquaintances and turning that into something sexual/romantic are two different steps.The first is done by joining societies, socialising with your coursemates, asking friends to introduce you to people, going out to pubs and mixing with strangers.

    If you get a reasonably active social life, you will meet loads of new people all the time, boys, girls, whatever.
    I quite agree that socialising more will help, but I think the ways you are referring at are particularly useful for bachelor's students, when you are surrounded (can put yourself in situations to be surrounded) by lots of peers, and socialising is quite easier.
    Imagine you are, for example, out of uni. What would you do then?
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    (Original post by meowie)
    Are you at university? you could try some societies? or maybe some girls in class, get to know them a little before but just be confident. Worst happens is they say no and you move on to find someone else. Just don't go nuts over rejection like loads of guys its embarrassing.
    Aren't societies more for bachelor's students?
    I've already mentioned I have few classes. The whole problem is I'm not usually in situations/settings comfortable for socialising.
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    (Original post by KayeTonk)
    Take advantage of social media, if you see her on Facebook or Twitter add her! You can then see if you have anything in common via her recent likes etc.
    You need to know her name for that. I don't know. Would such things work? It doesn't sound much like me. I would rather approach girls in real life, but it's been problematic for me thus far.
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    You just need to be smooth and not too rash. Get to know her a bit first and then ask if she'd like to grab lunch some time.
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    (Original post by The Blue Axolotl)
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    You just need to be smooth and not too rash. Get to know her a bit first and then ask if she'd like to grab lunch some time.
    In a nutshell, the problem is I'm rarely in settings that would allow me to get to know new people/girls, and I think asking strangers might end up being awkward/weird.

    Do guys usually ask girls that they see more regularly out after getting to know them to an extent or do guys most of the times chat with strangers and arrange future meetings with them?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    In a nutshell, the problem is I'm rarely in settings that would allow me to get to know new people/girls, and I think asking strangers might end up being awkward/weird.

    Do guys usually ask girls that they see more regularly out after getting to know them to an extent or do guys most of the times chat with strangers and arrange future meetings with them?
    Well you need to put yourself in those settings.
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    I quite agree that socialising more will help, but I think the ways you are referring at are particularly useful for bachelor's students, when you are surrounded (can put yourself in situations to be surrounded) by lots of peers, and socialising is quite easier.
    Imagine you are, for example, out of uni. What would you do then?
    Continue to join clubs or societies.
 
 
 
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