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suvssaParticipantFebruary 21, 2017 at 3:24 pm #127696
There’s this cute girl in my business class that i’ve been crushing on, she has talked to me twice, first she asked what company she should choose, and 2nd she asked what time class starts when she was practically on time. (i nodded my head both times..)
Today, while she was presenting her project, we looked each other eye to eye multiple times for a few seconds and it felt as if everything around me blurred out. The thing is i’ve been rejected 2 times a few years ago and never asked a girl out again. And if she rejects me, it’ll feel so awkward since i sit right behind her.
She’s white and i’m asian, so my confidence isnt really that high..i’ve only talked to asians all my life!
PencilartistytParticipantFebruary 21, 2017 at 4:00 pm #127713
I’m not an expert but try and engage her in a convo first multiple times. The outcome of those will help you determine wether you should ask her oit ir leave it and move on. Hope this helps and good luck!
juliaxxxoParticipantFebruary 21, 2017 at 4:45 pm #127726
I would get to know her and make contact with her thought out class before asking her out
jgraham11ParticipantFebruary 21, 2017 at 9:50 pm #127764
Don’t let the race thing deter you first off. Secondly, I agree with previous posts that you should try to communicate a little more before making a move like that. It’ll make you asking her less awkward and you’ll be able to get a better read on her intentions
Also, try something different than a movie if you do get a date. A first date should always be pretty easy going (coffee/tea) stuff like that. Or maybe try something a little more active. One of my favorite date ideas are the more active ones or ones where we simply just walk and talk with no plan in mind really
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