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What if you want to ask someone out but they already have a girlfriend?

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2013-02-28 00:48:56
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break up with your girlfriend then date her

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In brief; if she has a boyfriend, don't ask her out. I am sure you would not like it if someone were to ask your girlfriend out when they knew she was already with someone.


You already know she doesn't want to be with you my friend or you wouldn't have to ask.


U shouldnt be afraid and tell her that you like her and ask her out or ask her if she wants to be your girlfriend but get to now her first


It means that they want you to be their Boyfriend/Girlfriend.


Look into her eyes and ask gently "Do you want to be my girlfriend?" or if your too shy for that then give her a not but make sure your the one that gives it to her!


Answer- If she is already your cousins girl friend then you can't ask her out, she is already going out with someone, just wait until they break up, or move onto someone else. Your cousin is your family, you will have him forever, but a girlfriend is usually only temporary.


You don't ask people out if they already are dating someone. Wait until they break up and then ask him out.


If someone says that they are asking if you have a boyfriend/girlfriend. This usually means they want to ask you out...



You keeping dating, and wait to see if this guy splits up from his girlfriend. If he does, then ask him out.


You simply ask them, "do you want to be my girlfriend" the best way you can.


To ask someone to be your boyfriend or girlfriend, you should wait until you have got to know them quite well and you think they fanncy you too. When you do ask them, make sure you ask them yourself and when your by yourself with them- their answer will be more likely to be yes. If you already have them as your boyfriend or girlfriend and want to ask them out on a date, wait until you feel comfortable with them and don't describe the date as a date, say something like I'm free on Saturday night, do you want to get to know each other more?'. (: Hope it helped! :)


all you have to do is ask her do you want to be my girlfriend


Type what you want to know in the 'ask' bar above. If it's not already answered, you can easily ask it, and soon someone will answer.


Sometimes you have to make the first move. start talking to him and get to know him better. if he doesnt mention anything about a girlfriend, then you ask. if he says yes, then just be friends. if he says no, ask him does he want to go somewhere


depends who is it what school does she go to and ask her already


hang out with her more often and then after a few days, ask her to be your girlfriend



First ask them to be your friends and you are already friends say I have feelings for you


ask her if you want to know


you want a girlfriend because you don't wanna be lonely for a long time so you can get a girlfriend and believe me they are easy to find just search around until you find your perfect girl and ask her out and see if you can enjoy a descent relationship with someone


ask someone you know to find u a girlfriend


Tell them you are taking a poll on how many people have a girlfriend/boyfriend, and you want to know if they did! I do that, and I get my answer quickly.


The only way to know if someone wants to be your boyfriend or girlfriend is to ask them. People have different ideas of what type of person they want to be in a relationship with. So asking the person directly is the only way to know.


Do you really love her? If you do, tell her that. In addition, think about why you guys broke up and think about the improvements you could do. Ask her to hang out with you. Once you guys become best buds again (if you weren't already) ask her out on a date. Then ask her if you want to get back together.



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