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tylerParticipantSeptember 21, 2018 at 10:56 am #184937
Hey everyone! Just wondering what words to avoid when asking a girl out. For example would the word “hangout” confuse the person or would it not matter? I am always paranoid that I’m going to unsettle the person by coming on too strong or making my intentions clear by my word choice lol
dashingscorpioParticipantSeptember 21, 2018 at 4:42 pm #185035
The word “hangout’ is usually used by cowards who are afraid of being rejected for an actual date.
It also gives the girl an “out” to say (yes) by pretending like you didn’t ask her out because you’re attracted to her.
This is one of the first missteps guys make towards entering into the “friend zone”!
If you’re romantically interested in a girl don’t ask her if she wants to “hang out”.
Just mention the activity you have in mind: “Do you want to go to a movie, lunch, dinner, concert, happy hours,..whatever on Friday?”
Note: Guys for the most part ask girls out who they’re (physically attracted) to.
Some girls will say “yes” to a date with a guy they have NO romantic interest in just to go out!
So just because a girl said yes to a date doesn’t mean she’s “into you”.
Never be afraid of rejection. Rejection saves guys money and time they could be spending with a girl who IS interested in them. In a world with over 7 Billion people rejection just means: NEXT!
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