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What are the first words to ask a girl out?

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March 24, 2014 5:44AM

That depends on how well you know the girl. If you do not know her very well, you could invite her to "join you" to do something together *with your family or *with your friends. Make sure it is a "public" activity where you will be together with others, not alone with each other. This will offer a setting where she should feel secure about being with someone she does not know.

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What to say? Try this: "Hey, I was going to ... << "go to a movie" / "go shopping" / "go out to eat" >>.... with my friends/family. Would you be interested in joining me?" If it is a movie, try to find one that is popular with both guys *and* girls.

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Before you go to meet her, use common sense about your appearance. I am not talking about a suit and a tie -- just dress nicely with clean clothes, take a shower (wash your hair), use unscented deoderant and definitely brush your teeth. This sends a clear message that you are showing *respect ... not only for her but also for her parents, should you meet them.

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Under no circumstances should you expect her to share any expenses ... after all, you invited her.

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While you are together, pay particular attention to ensure she has a nice time. Ask her about herself and find out what she likes to do. If you find something in common ... and you will ... show her you are genuinely interested and encourage her to talk about it. Remember to keep your focus on *listening to her, not talking about yourself.

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After you return home, be respectful and tell her you had a nice time. If you want to see her again, simply ask her if she would be interested in going out again.

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Best wishes and good luck!