How to ask the girl from Dunkin Donuts out for a date/ dinner?

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  1. Midasfx profile image60
    Midasfxposted 11 years ago

    How to ask the girl from Dunkin Donuts out for a date/ dinner?

    Seen this cute girl at dunkin's a few times. Would love to ask her out but I dont know what to say. I dont want to be some schmuck macking on a cashier. Can any ladies give me some advice?

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    ctbrown7posted 11 years ago

    Next time you are in there ask her a conversational question.  I think feeling things out is the best way to go.  Having a friendly conversation can help you lead up to asking her out.  Asking her something simple such as, "how do you like working at Dunkin Donuts?" will show you have an interest in her without any pressure involved.

  3. Man from Modesto profile image79
    Man from Modestoposted 11 years ago

    Before seeking out a woman "for a date", you must first ask yourself, "Is this the woman I am seeking for life?" If not, stay away. Pray to God Almighty before any important decision, especially in the process of seeking a wife.

    If you just think she is cute, and know nothing about her, and have no wisdom from God on the subject, then you ARE "some schmuck macking on a cashier".

    Better to be wise. God gave it to us. We can feel what is right and what is wrong in our person.

    Even if you are sure there is some kind of "attraction", you must be sure of the purpose. It may be for one important conversation, or just some very small part of something bigger. You will run into the love of your life just once.

  4. juiwei2000 profile image60
    juiwei2000posted 11 years ago

    Just ask her and see what happens, if it she say yes then ask her out, if no...well... you can still go there to buy donuts, if you are lucky, maybe she will change her mind, someday.  If not, well, life suck, deal with it smile

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    Catzgendronposted 11 years ago

    The next time you get a coffee, hand her a long stemmed rose, say how about a dinner date and tell her you'll be back tomorrow and we can decided the time and place, then walk out the door.  This will leave her dumbfounded but curious. Then go back the next day and say what time should i pick you up and go from there.

  6. THEHuG5 profile image60
    THEHuG5posted 11 years ago

    Just be friendly, make and start conversations with her every time you come in. Make sure you smile and look her in the eye. Remember things that she says and bring them back up in conversation so she knows that you are listening. I absolutely do not recommend just straight up asking her out. Most girls don't like to get hit on at work and you'll probably get rejected if you take this approach. Take a few weeks to make small talk first. Ease into the pool don't just dive in the deep end.

  7. kayyluh profile image60
    kayyluhposted 11 years ago

    Hi Miadasfx! What I think would be the best solution for you is to go in there a few times when she's working and just say hi and casually bring up conversation. Then when you feel confident just say I've been noticing you working here and was wondering if you would like to go out on a date with me? If she says no then her loss but you can always try, a no is so much better than not knowing! Good luck with your girl:) I hope I helped at least a little bit!

  8. Midasfx profile image60
    Midasfxposted 11 years ago

    Thanks everyone for your replies.

    @ faceless- I'm not interested in her becuase she serves coffee and donuts. And I never have heard of a guy walking up to an ugly/ unattractive girl and ask her out.
    She is a friend of a friend of a friend ( lol ) and from what I hear she is a beautiful person. She is always sweet to the me and my friends when we go in there. Also I have no interest in a girl and unless there is the possibility of a future. I am more interested in taking a girl out and just having a really fun time with no pressure.

  9. ithabise profile image76
    ithabiseposted 11 years ago

    Tell her that she needs a change of pace and that you have the answer: "May I take you to Krispy Kreme?" Then she'll know that you're a man of class.

  10. moonfairy profile image78
    moonfairyposted 11 years ago

    you've seen her a few times and you'd like to get to know her better, so just ask her out!!! The worse that can happen is she'll decline. I met my husband at a bar. My best friend and I stopped in for a glass of wine and a snack. He came over and started talking and when my friend went to the rest room, he leaned over and said "I may be going out on a limb here, but would you have dinner with me?" It was so sweet that I couldn't refuse. a year and half later we were married.
    good luck!!


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