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    I am wanting to ask a girl out but I hesitate as I firstly don't know where to go with her and also I am nervous about things to say on the date. Any ideas or advice.
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    Ask her what sort of music she likes, and see if she'd like to go to a gig?

    Nice n social (not like the cinema) but no pressure to be non-stop chatting (like with going out for a meal).

    Good luck :thumbsup:
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    Honestly, don't try too hard! The best dates I have been taken on are ones where we've just gone to simple, cheap coffee shops then walked around a city centre, or visited nice areas of town just to walk and talk and maybe snack on something simple.

    And do NOT plan what you're going to say! Just don't. I know from my own experience that I've gotten myself so worked up in the past over what I will say and trying to think of what the other person will say and then plan my replies to that... It just makes things a lot worse, as it never goes as you plan in your mind. But don't let that scare you - all you need to do is be relaxed, and the conversation should be able to just flow about anything you've been up to recently, or things from the past, or silly conversations.

    Good luck!!
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    Depends on the person. Maybe a place similar to Sky Garden.
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    (Original post by Egooo)
    Honestly, don't try too hard! The best dates I have been taken on are ones where we've just gone to simple, cheap coffee shops then walked around a city centre, or visited nice areas of town just to walk and talk and maybe snack on something simple.

    And do NOT plan what you're going to say! Just don't. I know from my own experience that I've gotten myself so worked up in the past over what I will say and trying to think of what the other person will say and then plan my replies to that... It just makes things a lot worse, as it never goes as you plan in your mind. But don't let that scare you - all you need to do is be relaxed, and the conversation should be able to just flow about anything you've been up to recently, or things from the past, or silly conversations.

    Good luck!!
    Thanks!
 
 
 
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