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    (Original post by Chelle-belle)
    I'm sorry, but what? lol ><; There's no way OP could possibly tell whether or not he plays the guitar and she wouldn't know if he would appreciate that! x.x

    It's really nice what you said about your Sainsbury's Guy though. My friend and I used to have a crush on this guy who worked at Sainsbury's. We called him Sainsbury's Guy for a whole year because we never knew his name lol... Anyway, one day my friend just went up to him when his shift was over and asked him what his name was. Then she was like, oh, cool. And that was that lol.

    Just get enough courage to ask his name if you don't know it, then you can strike conversation, or just go straight in and ask him whatever lol. You'll never know if you never ask If you do know his name, well, just say hi to him one day and build up friendship gradually?

    Just smile when you say something to him. He'll be flattered. And he won't think you're stupid.

    I already know his name, he wears a name badge haha. I wanna like, ask him if he wants to go for a drink or something but i think i fear rejection too much lol..
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    (Original post by Blackspur)
    sainsbury's > tescos when it comes to standards
    I refuse to argue over whos supermarket till personnel crushes gain the highest street cred.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I already know his name, he wears a name badge haha. I wanna like, ask him if he wants to go for a drink or something but i think i fear rejection too much lol..
    Don't fear rejection (and good job on knowing his name lol - we could never see his name badge clearly).

    Just straight off go, "hey (name)" and smile, cos you won't be able to help smiling anyway. Then he'll reply, and smile, probably a little embarrassed but then maybe not. Then read his body language - if it seems like he's irritated by you, good riddance, because he's obviously not worth your time anyway! If he smiles and seems to be really friendly, then go ahead and ask him.

    Like I said, he'll be flattered If he seems unsure about the idea, just be really bubbly and friendly and try to convince him, like, "come onnn it'll be fun" (something less cliche lol.)




    Or you could always strike conversation by pretending not to know his name And it'll be cute if he's like, i have a name badge lol and you're like oops silly me :3
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    (Original post by Chelle-belle)
    Don't fear rejection (and good job on knowing his name lol - we could never see his name badge clearly).

    Just straight off go, "hey (name)" and smile, cos you won't be able to help smiling anyway. Then he'll reply, and smile, probably a little embarrassed but then maybe not. Then read his body language - if it seems like he's irritated by you, good riddance, because he's obviously not worth your time anyway! If he smiles and seems to be really friendly, then go ahead and ask him.

    Like I said, he'll be flattered If he seems unsure about the idea, just be really bubbly and friendly and try to convince him, like, "come onnn it'll be fun" (something less cliche lol.)




    Or you could always strike conversation by pretending not to know his name And it'll be cute if he's like, i have a name badge lol and you're like oops silly me :3

    That reminds me of the last time he served me, he was like "hey how are you?" and i just went "fine thanks" cause i was so scared and then when i got out, i was annoyed at myself for not making more conversation haha
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    Talk to him again and ask him! Look at how much you have going for you, oh my gosh lol.
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    (Original post by Chelle-belle)
    Talk to him again and ask him! Look at how much you have going for you, oh my gosh lol.

    Is it ok to keep going to his checkout though? Or is that kinda weird..
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Is it ok to keep going to his checkout though? Or is that kinda weird..
    It's fine imo lol. It's kinda cute. If you start to get worried mid-conversation then just be like, "Sorry if it's weird that i keep coming over to your checkout" and he'll probably laugh and you'll laugh etc ._. You have nothing to be worried about. He seems nice.
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    I went in today and he wasnt there haha
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    he has a job, thats a standard in itself. and you dont have to start a conversation straight away. for the next few times u go in just say "Hi" and after a while a conversation should naturally arise
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    (Original post by TheRealDarthVader)
    He works at the checkout at Sainsbury's. Raise your standards.
    He has a job, thats a standard in itself. If he didnt have a job and wasnt aiming to get one then I'd consider him to be a loser. Just start chatting to him at the counter every time you go in and then after a while you will know him enough to be able to ask him out for a coffee or whatever, go for it
 
 
 
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