How to ask him out?
I'm so into him but I just met him and don't really know him, so I guess the logical step to get to know him better is to date him. But how can I ask him out? I'm so afraid to be rejected because I'm not sure he feels the same way... do you guys have any tips? or maybe how can I know that he's into me as well, it would be so much easier for me to know that and then ask him out... please help. thanks.
Does he go out of his way to "hang out" with you or does he always need to be somewhere else?
Does he touch you on the shoulder or the hand? Does he get close whenever there is an opportunity to do so?
When you are talking and laughing, touch his hand real quick and see if he pulls away or leaves it there. In other words, if you like him, touch him on the hand, the arm, the shoulder whatever you feel comfortable doing.
He should get the point and then you'll know if he likes you or he will know you like him and back away without you having to be embarrassed about it.
Hope that helps...
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