Girls: What is the most romantic or generally most memorable way you were asked out or asked someone out?
When my husband and I first got together he actually asked if I would be his girlfriend. He was 18 and I was 16. I thought it was the sweetest thing ever. All the other guys asked "do you want to go out?" Ok go out for what? Pizza?
I've never been asked out in some amazing way. Just be casual and yourself. Seriously. If she doesn't like it, someone else will.
My ex was a rock wall climber and we went rock wall climbing for our first date and he was at the bottom holding my rope (idk what that's called, lacky?) and when I was coming down, he made me hang there about 2 feet off the ground and held my hand..
.. And asked if he could have the pleasure of being my boyfriend. Then when I said yes, he let me down and kissed me. I loved it! Very creative. Especially the part where he didn't ask me to be his girlfriend but asked me if he could be my boyfriend.
Also, after I already said yes, he told me if I had've said no, he wouldn't have let me down and would've just left me hanging there lol.
And this was our first date but I knew him a while beforehand which is why I went through with the kissing. But if you don't do anything special, at least ask her if you can be her bf instead of her to be your gf. She'll definitely remember that!
That is romantic no doubt about it.
I answered private but that's only because I can't remember!!! My engagement however was spectacular ... small countryside castle overlooking rolling hills in Scotland.
It was pretty awesome! Then as our first anniversary (paper) gift we bought a 1400's map of Scotland. If the house catches fire, we're grabbing that map off the wall!!!
That sounds awesome. Did you hear about the independence referendum they're having soon?
No, but I'll look into it. Thanks! Good luck with your date. I said below but I think you should just be casual and go for coffee. Try to find out before hand what she drinks and order for her before she gets there. Details like that go far.
I haven't asked. I'm honestly keeping tabs in what is the right thing so I don't so something rash.
"You wanna grab a coffee?" I said yes, and we closed the shop down talking the night away. Another guy asked me out to a hockey game, that was cool. Oh, and asking to go on a hike was a really good one. Stayed with that guy for three years :)
So just try casual
I think this is the way to do it!
I'd stick with the "hey wanna go out sometime?" Keep it casual, don't make a big deal about it.
Yeah... Still waiting on this one...
You've never been asked out?
Once... But it was via text
Every time I went out with someone it was with a guy I was already dating and it was never romantic
Fell free to share this. I want to get as many perspectives as possible.
We were out with a group he was one of the drivers, looked at me and said "you're riding with me" . Kind of "caveman" but HOT!
I can tell you what's NOT romantic - getting a drunk text asking if yu wanna chill
Forced him up against a wall, kissed his face hole and said "I like you" and walked away.
Isn't that assault?
Not if he likes it ;)
Yeah.... I'm never doing that to a girl
Oh, yeah. Don't do that to a female, that would likely be looked at as assault.
There was build up to that moment between he and I though, it wasn't that bad as it seems
Honestly? None of my exes nor my current boyfriend asked me out in a special way.
I can't remember anything very special. That doesn't mean I'm keeping anything private; just that there isn't anything to tell.
Yeah, I don't really ever get asked out. The closest I have come in some guy just going hey wanna go with me and some of my friends to eat... Yeah romantic.
Did you at least enjoy the date or whatever you'd call it? And wait, forgive me for forgetting, you're in high school, thighs? (I'm just curious)
Right* not thighs. What is wrong with autocorrect
I don't remember how my husband asked on our first date but I remember he was always observant of everything and put things back where he got them. he helped fix my computer for me. He uses a mouse with his left hand switched it back before leaving
It should of been a sign that his organizational skills would eventually get on my nerves as I can't live up to them. I still find it endearing, though slightly necrotic.
I believe he asked me out on IM or by e-mail, before texting.
I've never been asked out :(
Join the club...
Well, I'm on the male side of that line, but may I join the club?
Haa you are free to join Matt