Not sure when to ask this girl to bowling


Not sure when to ask this girl to bowling

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    December 25, 2013 at 10:41 pm #45293
    Not sure when to ask this girl to bowling

    So I was on my way back from my work Christmas party. In the beginning I had asked the new girl if she wanted to ride with me to the party, she did and she road back with me too. On the way back she was telling me how every guy was asking for her number among other things. I dropped her at her house, before she got out I told her I wasn’t going to ask for her number but that I would like to go bowling with her (as she said bowls frequently but has no one to go with). She lit up a little and asked for my number. I work with her regularly so I’m not worried about not seeing her. But I don’t know if i should bring up the bowling thing one week or two weeks after the party, I only work with her one day a week. Friends are suggesting either, i don’t know which one to do.

    January 2, 2014 at 6:04 pm #45644

    If she asked for your number then that is a good thing. And if you have hers, just text her like you two are friends (which I assume you already are) and just ask if she really wants to go bowling with you. You can use this is an advantage because bowling is a common social thing friend’s do, perfect way to get to know her then work up to asking her on a real date like dinner or drinks.

    Like I said; text her any time or just start small talk face to face the next time you happen to see her and before the conversation ends, bring bowling up. I doubt she said she’d go if she really didn’t plan on it. Good luck.