how can you get a girl to like you a enough to go out with you

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    wclevel5posted 7 years ago

    how can you get a girl to like you a enough to go out with you

  2. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image97
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 7 years ago

    It's really sad-but the answer by "Jarn" will sometimes work.  I think that you should not try that one though-unless the girl is so very pretty that she's always being flattered, then use the "Jarn" method.

    If the girl isn't a total fashion queen with people falling all over her. . ..just puff your chest out, and say, "I like you," or even "I want you."  Do some push ups before you see her-so you'll feel all strong and confident.

  3. womenintouch profile image59
    womenintouchposted 7 years ago

    If you have to work hard to get her to go out with you maybe she is not the girl to go out with. When someone likes you they will have no problem goiing out iwth you. Ask the question they will either say yes or no, if no move on. If yes great. remember you are a great person and should feel good about yourself and others should celebrate you and being with you.

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    Modern Primateposted 7 years ago

    There's an old saying, "Love is friendship, set on fire." In my experience, a relationship that isn't founded in friendship is neither worth being in, nor likely to last. First, be her friend. Then flirt a bit. If she flirts back, flirt a bit more. If she doesn't back off and look elsewhere. First and foremost comes friendship, however.
    Also, "Jarn" is an asshole. If you plan to take his advice, I recommend stocking up on porn. You're gonna need it.

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    Md777posted 7 years ago

    There are 5 major signs 1) she and her friends talk to you about her a lot  2) she puts on makeup around you 3) she's willing to joke around with you 4) she shares a secret with you 5) she tries to spend a lot of time with you.                                           


    Btw, I agree jar is an a-hole

 
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