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How To Ask A Beautiful Girl Out...

Updated on April 6, 2016

Be Yourself!

Asking a beautiful girl out on a date can be difficult. All you have to do is be a nice gentleman. First introduce yourself, women can be shy and in doing this can effectively break the ice.

Hello, Can You Hear Me?

Say Hi, I'm Steve, how are you? Give her compliments. Slowly talk to her and make a good conversation. Show interest in what she is saying. The worst thing a man can do is stair at her breast the entire time, and give half asked answers.

Ice Ice Baby!

Once you have broke the ice flirt a little. Show your true intentions with her. This can be a small compliment. Once she is more comfortable with you, and you have judged the situation be a little more daring. Depending on the type of Women joke about her or yourself being a clutz, give her a small teasing poke in the sides, hell if your daring enough try to see if she is ticklish. Chances are you might hit something she kinda likes.

Real Her In!

When the right time comes go in for the big hall, ask her out. Don't wait too long though. Once a Woman knows you like them, but you never ask the question they get antsy and may even cause her to create some distance from you.

Wear something nice. Maybe have a rose and ask her out. This moment is critical though, take all of the information you have been gathering talking to this Woman and choose the right tactic. Some women love surprises, others just want you to be flat out blunt with them.

Don't Be Rude!

If she says yes you're good. If she says no be a gentleman about it and just say okay I understand.

Being rude and calling her names just because she doesn't want to go out with you can cause a lot of problems. It may even dampen your ability to ask someone else out instead.

I know how nervous you can get just take a few breathes and you will be okay. The worse that could happen is her saying no. Let's say the worst does happen and she says no, if you still show respect and courtesy towards her, she may even change her mind later and give you a second chance.

She Said Yes!

After the big yes show excitement, women love this! Then politely ask her on a date. Doesn't have to be fancy. It could be just going out to a cheap movie or even a cheap dinner. Heck it could even be sitting in the back of your truck watching the stars with hot chocolate.. Remember the smallest things count. doesn't matter how much it cost, It's the thought that counts.

Be Honest!

Always be open with the women you want to be with. Tell her everything. even if it's sad. The woman you love will always want to know whats going on in her mans life. Doesn't matter if it's happy, sad, angry, annoying, etc... Always be up front and honest because that's all women really want. Remember you will also have to deal and love all her flaws too. and the same goes for her.

Honesty is the best policy!

She May Even Like You and You Don't Even Know It!

Women get just as nervous as men do. Never be afraid to ask a woman out, chances are she likes you too. Women can be very shy.

Worst thing that could happen is her saying no or shes already taken. There are many and plenty fish in the sea.

Last, but not least women love men who do the smallest things. Because the smallest things are the ones that mean the most.


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