thats the thing!! i was going to ask her! i, never having done this before, dont know what to say or how to say it!
I take what n0e says way too seriously
1st March 2003
Oh, alright, cool, that's a step. Don't just say "I like you", do you talk to her very often? Share things in common? Do you know what she likes? Were you ever friends or something like that? Give us baxckground and i'm sure one of us casanovas 'round here'll be able to help ya.....
Piercing the veil.
9th August 2003
Dude, if she likes you, you're not a loser. Go on. Ask her. What's the worst thing that could happen? Would she do THIS to you?: :micro: (sorry, I've been itching to use that smiley:p ) Seriously, ask her.
Alright. Yes, we talk often. I have say, 3 classes with her during the day. She talks to me often. We have some in common, i suppose, however, i dont ask people "what do YOU like to do for fun?" as i myself would be a little weirded out by that. I think we are friends. And that is exactly what the prob is, besides what ive already told you. if she says no, what will happen to our friendship. NOTE: we are NOT like best friends forever. its not like asking her would be weird, as my friend keeps saying i should ask her.
Love is all.
29th July 2003
Aww... how precious!
Alright, being a girl, I know a few things about this.
First, don't ask her out through a note, because that's just the lamest thing in the world.
Second, if you do ask her out and she says no, don't bother her about it constantly. (There's this guy in two of my classes who bothers me about that all the time.)
Third, if you want to ask her out... JUST DO IT! It doesn't matter if she says no, you will still remain friends. :]
My Bite is worse than my Bark
20th September 2003
At least you kow her a little....
:barf:<---- My expieriance with girls (I'm the blue guy)
*ahem* maybe i need more help than i thought. thanx for your help so far, but there are some more probs: 1. i am not 16, so no car. 2. i STILL do not know WHAT to ask. any examples? "wanna go see a movie on saturday?", etc. 3. if she says yes to #2, which im stumped on, #1 wont let me get a ride their easily. should i have both our parents drive us separately? together?
O yea!! one more thing: She was going out with someone, and im pretty sure she broke up with him, but im still not positively sure. how do i ask if she is going out with him, without making it look like im asking her out at the same time?
Love is all.
29th July 2003
How about... "Want to come over and see a movie at my house on Saturday?"
You wouldn't need to drive her.
Just ask her, "Are you seeing anyone."
Whoa, what now!
no no no, my house is full of my little sister. she will keep bugging/spying on us. and my dad will too prolly, lol. so no. no house.