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Should you ask out your crush?


 
What do guys really think about girls asking them out? I’ve heard it shows confidence, but some guys I know say they’d never go out with a girl who asked them out.
 
Bill: Hmm…probably involves the ever-mysterious Male Ego, which we’ll shorten to: ME. On one hand, a guy should feel flattered to be singled out by a girl. On the other, ME dictates that anything good that happens to a guy is a result of his own actions. That’s the challenge—finding a way to ask the guy out while making it seem like he asked you. Fortunately, since Feminine Intelligence (FI) has a way of working around ME, you’ll surely be able to come up with something inventive.
 
Dave: It depends on the guy and the girl. Incredibly, several girls have asked me out. Each time, I wound up having a great experience. Is it because I’m attracted to assertive gals who have the guts to ask guys out? Maybe. You have to decide if you’re the type of girl who’s got enough moxie to ask out a guy. If you do, save the move for an occasion that strikes you as potentially really special. Then, find a unique way to ask him— something that will pique his curiosity as to why he should accept your offer.


BY BILL AND DAVE ON 4/16/2012 11:00:00 AM

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