Please Help!

Discussion in 'True Love' started by Bball1995, May 25, 2013.

  1. Bball1995

    Bball1995 Guest

    I met a girl about three years ago when I transferred schools. She is one of the nicest and sweetest girls I have ever met. I'd really like to have her for a girlfriend, because she seems like a very faithful person that will always be there for me.

    And so, that is why I am asking for help. Is it still a good time to try and take things up a level? How do I ask the question I've been dying to ask for a long time?

    I thank anyone who responds to this forum.
  2. xxaru

    xxaru Guru of Porn

    You could just say "I want you to be my girlfriend", or something to that effect.

    Next question please...
  3. dandelionlynn

    dandelionlynn Member

    I think it would be better to form it as a question... like "Would you be my girlfriend?"
  4. Bball1995

    Bball1995 Guest

    Thanks much! However, I want to make it special. Is a long stare into the eyes, then a kiss, acceptable? (assuming something doesn't go wrong beforehand and she's comfortable)
  5. Alternative_Thinker

    Alternative_Thinker Darth Mysterious

    You don't necessarily want to force any special situation to occur in my opinion. Speaking from my experience, a laid-back approach, with a hint of spontaneity, to letting the other know of your feelings tends to yield better results than an excessively thought out "special moment". If you make too much of a big deal out of it, she just might be intimidated by the whole situation. That's not something you would want. Spend time with her. Go hang out, and have fun. Improvise. Bruce Lee probably would've said "Don't think. Feel." ;)
  6. Bball1995

    Bball1995 Guest

    Ok, so it shouldn't be that special then. The last thing I want is for her to be intimidated.
  7. Justin_Hale

    Justin_Hale ( •_•)⌐■-■ ...(⌐■_■)

    Ask her out to dinner and a movie, or a comedy show.

    Ask her friends what she likes and then get two tickets to it, then say hey I got these two tickets to this thing, would you like to go friday night..

    Look her in the eyes and be confident.

    confident definition ~con·fi·dent (k n f-d nt) adj. 1. Marked by assurance, as of success. 2. Marked by confidence in oneself; self-assured. 3. Very bold; presumptuous.

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