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    I am wanting to ask a girl out but I lack confidence both to ask her in person but also I am worried about the date itself, where do we go?, What do I say? Any advice?
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    Just do it.

    Put on a brave face, act confident (everyone is nervous, even those smooth guys), commit and go for it. Really, what's the worst that could happen? It's someone you like, and who knows? It may go well and she'll like you back Keep that in mind when you go ask.

    Just ask if she wants to do something anytime with you? Find her alone, exchange numbers if you can at the time, and then make another post asking how best to prepare Gd luck
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    (Original post by Tom.2017)
    I am wanting to ask a girl out but I lack confidence both to ask her in person but also I am worried about the date itself, where do we go?, What do I say? Any advice?
    fake confidence still comes across as confident.

    Just focking remember to complement her shoes or hair or whatever on the date.
    I also like to have some bourbon/vodka before hand, so im slightly buzzed.

    THE BEST, and I mean best first date is mini golf hands ****ing down
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    (Original post by Dafock)
    Fake confidence still comes across as confident.

    Just focking remember to complement her shoes or hair or whatever on the date.
    I also like to have some bourbon/vodka before hand, so I'm slightly buzzed.

    THE BEST, and I mean best first date is mini golf hands ****ing down
    ^^ Legitnethss

    Seriously though, seeming confident psychologically makes you more confident inside, even if you don't truly feel it. Be a whole different person when introducing yourself, (but of course, be yourself on the golf course or whatever) Golf sounds fun though.

    I can just imagine it - putting her balls out of bounds, throwing her's into the water... Guaranteed laughs + likeability
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    (Original post by BrainyBengali)
    ^^ Legitnethss

    Seriously though, seeming confident psychologically makes you more confident inside, even if you don't truly feel it. Be a whole different person when introducing yourself, (but of course, be yourself on the golf course or whatever) Golf sounds fun though.

    I can just imagine it - putting her balls out of bounds, throwing her's into the water... Guaranteed laughs + likeability
    You cant be awkward while playing mini golf

    P.s OP there is one rule to the mini golf. You always lose, even if your a world pro mini golfer you lose. SO you get that pitty kiss and she leaves happy
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    worse she can say is no. who knows, could be the start of something long and beautiful if its a rejection, keep head up and on to the next one.
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    just speak to her as if she was a normal human being ... which she is.

    "Hi *insert name* i wondered if you would like to *insert activity* one day next week ?"

    *activities might be

    go for a walk

    go for a McDonald's etc

    go for a bus ride

    go to a Museum

    go fishing

    the possibilities are endless...
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    (Original post by the bear)
    just speak to her as if she was a normal human being ... which she is.

    "Hi *insert name* i wondered if you would like to *insert activity* one day next week ?"

    *activities might be

    go for a walk

    go for a McDonald's etc

    go for a bus ride

    go to a Museum

    go fishing

    the possibilities are endless...
    Dunno about Mcdonalds or the bus...
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    (Original post by Newbie_noob)
    Dunno about Mcdonalds or the bus...
    Most successful relation within my peer group started with a first date to mcdonald's

    Keeping it casual can work, guys
 
 
 
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