Web Toolbar by Wibiya
 
 
 

GL PROFILES

More Friends = More Fun

 
 

GL
Tweets !

9 MINUTES AGO 4 tricks for getting awesome posture: http://t.co/QnEpRETbMV

AN HOUR AGO From Me to You by @ElizEulberg is the *perfect* winter romance story! Snag a copy of @this_is_teen's book here: http://t.co/QNRQKJ2LN2

AN HOUR AGO What's that, you say you're not a #Bellarina? #GLbella #bellathorne #arianators #jk http://t.co/gS4sd08i9I

 

sponsored links

Wow 'em at the winter semi: 4 steps to the slow dance of your dreams

 

Don’t wait all night for your dream guy to ask you. He could be shy, or just blowing a great chance to slow-dance because he doesn’t know how to ask you. Why can’t you ask him? No way, you say? To help you muster up some slow-dance courage, we surveyed guys on the secret to getting them on the floor. Here’s our foolproof five-step slow-dance approach.

 

STEP ONE: GET TOGETHER.
It’s best to get your guy and girl groups mingling. Some girls are more comfortable approaching when a guy is alone or with a few members of his group, but don’t be fooled. Just like you, he may find safety in numbers, and he might not know what to say, either. Josh, 13, of Atlanta, Ga., advises, “Just hang around. Walk up and say hi.” If one of your friends is a friend of his friend, even better. Let the buddies break the ice.

 

STEP TWO: SINGLE HIM OUT.
Maneuver so you’re near your crush, if he perks up or seems interested in talking, stay put. If he’s shy, he may not give some of the usual signs of interest, like making eye contact and asking you questions. Watch out for other clues—is he joking around and showing off? Also, pay attention to what he does when you talk to other people. Do his eyes follow you? Bingo!

 

STEP THREE: GET THE IDEA IN HIS HEAD.
If you can’t ask straight out for some one-on-one dance time, it never hurts to drop a hint. After all, someone has to take the first step. Waiting for him has at least one benefit: If he asks, you’ll know he’s definitely interested. The downside: Waiting!

 

So relax, smile, and just ask. You don’t have to make a big deal of it. Say (don’t squeal—it’s no surprise, after all), “Oh, my song! Do you want to dance?”

 

STEP FOUR: GOOD TO GO.
Be prepared for him to say no, and if he does, don’t let it get you down. It’s possible he’s not into you, but he could just be shy, embarrassed in front of his friends or insecure about his dancing abilities (lots of guys are!). Don’t dwell on the rejection—grab your BFFs and get back on the dance floor.

 

But if he says, “Yes,” (yes!), now’s the time to give him your best smile, take his hand and spring our slow-dance how-to secrets into action!

 

*Edited for a typo 

 

Love this post? You’ll heart these too…

+ Found: your new favorite holiday treat

+ So cute! Wrap your prezzies with this adorbs and eco-friend trick

+ Silly games to gift anyone and everyone 

 

WIN BIG! Tell us what you want to see next year in GL—and score a big prize!

GL GIVEAWAY! Watch your shows in style with a 40“ LCD HDTV.

 

BY JENNIFER PANGYANSZKI ON 12/5/2013 12:00:00 AM

POSTED IN , ,

< PREVIOUS   NEXT >   
comments powered by Disqus
 
What is one accessory you can’t leave home without?


 
 
X

Teenage girl...and assassin nun? Meet Annith in Mortal Heart

 

 

Mortal Heart—the third and final chapter in the His Fair Assassin trilogy—follows a trio of teen girls trained in the dark arts of spying and murder. CLICK HERE to catch up on the first two books...and get a sneak peek at the gripping conclusion in Mortal Heart

 
Posts From Our Friends

sponsored links