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If they are not interested in the guy.
I have gone out with this girl a couple of times.

When I have asked girls out, they would say as friends, or they would ask who else is going.
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(Original post by freedom)
If they are not interested in the guy.
I have gone out with this girl a couple of times.

When I have asked girls out, they would say as friends, or they would ask who else is going.
Reword this it doesn't make sense... It's not clear what you're asking/trying to say
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(Original post by Ebony19)
Reword this it doesn't make sense... It's not clear what you're asking/trying to say
okay, what I am asking is.

I asked a girl out, to go for drinks then dinner.

Do girls go out with guys one on one if they only saw that guy as a friend.
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okay, what I am asking is.

I asked a girl out, to go for drinks then dinner.

Do girls go out with guys one on one if they only saw that guy as a friend.

well go along and find out.
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(Original post by freedom)
okay, what I am asking is.

I asked a girl out, to go for drinks then dinner.

Do girls go out with guys one on one if they only saw that guy as a friend.
they can do yes, I have done
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i think there are plenty of girls who may possibly (depends how obvious you are) take being invited out as just a hanging-out-with-friends thing. i guess just straight up ask if they want to go out with you on a date, to avoid ambiguity. hope thats what you meant?
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If a guy asked me to go out for a drink and dinner I would think he was interested...

Obviously if I like him, yes. If not, I'll ask who else is going or whatever

But I know a guy and a girl who do things together and they're just friends
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(Original post by freedom)
If they are not interested in the guy.
I have gone out with this girl a couple of times.

When I have asked girls out, they would say as friends, or they would ask who else is going.

Then you just say 'Just you and me' or '...apart from me? you. ' duh. obviously they're gonna ask to make sure/see if it's a date or not.
You kinda have to specify, girls want it out and clear. If you ask one out and she says 'who else it's going# she's either not interested, checking you want it to be a date or just a little bit dumb.
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If you're close then whats the problem? I always meet up with one of my friends every few weeks and we'll go out for dinner or a few drinks or something, she's got a long term boyfriend and i'm not interested. It's the only chance we get to see each other.
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(Original post by Mrs House)
If a guy asked me to go out for a drink and dinner I would think he was interested...

Obviously if I like him, yes. If not, I'll ask who else is going or whatever

But I know a guy and a girl who do things together and they're just friends

(Original post by Ebony19)
they can do yes, I have done
Next time I want to make it clear it's not as friends.
We have been out a couple of times. But I won each other long.

So should I say next time, we are not going as friends?
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Next time I want to make it clear it's not as friends.
We have been out a couple of times. But I won each other long.

So should I say next time, we are not going as friends?
So you want it to be more of a date yeah? Maybe don't say it quite so forcefully, maybe express your feelings rather than saying "we are not going out as friends"
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So you want it to be more of a date yeah? Maybe don't say it quite so forcefully, maybe express your feelings rather than saying "we are not going out as friends"
could you give an example on what I should do.
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Then you just say 'Just you and me' or '...apart from me? you. ' duh. obviously they're gonna ask to make sure/see if it's a date or not.
You kinda have to specify, girls want it out and clear. If you ask one out and she says 'who else it's going# she's either not interested, checking you want it to be a date or just a little bit dumb.
Well every time I have asked her out - I just put, " do you want to go (insert any activity)
She just says yes, she does not ask if it is a date, or if anyone else is going.
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I don't think it really matters whether you clarified if it was a date or not. When she's there, flirt with her a bit and build a physical connection. It will become quite clear whether she's interested.
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It depends.

I've gone out for dinner and drinks with guys who were just friends, but these are guys I've known for ages and they know that I've got a boyfriend so it's obvious that it's not a date.

If you're unsure, then you could always ask? Or refer to it in passing as a date and see if she reacts/objects.
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(Original post by freedom)
could you give an example on what I should do.
It's been really great hanging out with you (as friends), how about we go on a date and see where things go?

Something like that would be ok I think
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