How to ask out a girl without looking like a fool?

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joe goldberg
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I like this girl a lot and she is in my uni. I have never met her but I have seen her a lot of times and recently she added me on Facebook nearly a year after I sent her the request. How should I approach for a date?
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Don’t move too quickly talk to her and be friends for a bit first. From experience asking a girl you barley ever talk to out doesn’t work. You need to speak to her so she can get to know you and then ask her out
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(Original post by Krombopulisvoid)
Don’t move too quickly talk to her and be friends for a bit first. From experience asking a girl you barley ever talk to out doesn’t work. You need to speak to her so she can get to know you and then ask her out
I talk to her sometimes.
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(Original post by joe goldberg)
I like this girl a lot and she is in my uni. I have never met her but I have seen her a lot of times and recently she added me on Facebook nearly a year after I sent her the request. How should I approach for a date?
Sorry to break it to you, but if it's taken almost a year to accept your request... I'd say the odds are against you.

Unless she's shown you a lot of interest since accepting your request (e.g. starting online chats with you, Commenting on or 'liking'; a lot of your posts etc. I don't see this going anywhere.

(Original post by joe goldberg)
I talk to her sometimes.
So you talk to her sometimes... who initiates the conversations; her or you? Does it look like she's going out of her way to talk to you (does she ditch her mates to talk to you? Does she go out of her way to talk to you? Do you know if you come up in conversation with her friends?). Also what's the vibe like when you talk to her (does she take any interest in your life, does she smile a lot (I mean a real smile, not a fake one))

If you cannot answer yes to any of those questions, then you'll need to work the foundations as Krombopullsvoid mentioned. Based on what you've written, chances are she'll say "no" if you just try and ask her
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(Original post by joe goldberg)
I talk to her sometimes.
you said in your OP you've never met?
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Find out who her dad is, go speak to her dad and tell him i want to marry ur daughter.
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