If you’re afraid of rejection, you might turn to Facebook as an easy way to message a girl you like. Don’t do this! You’re actually hurting your changes of getting with her. Sure, it may seem like a hurt free zone but all you’re doing is making yourself seem like one of the regular boring guys that talks to her. Don’t be boring, watch the video and check out my tips.
Have you ever asked a girl out on Facebook?
Heya playas, if you like a girl in your class and you’ve been dying to find a way to ask her out, well, Facebook is the best and the worst way to communicate with her. Why is that though, everyone’s on Facebook? Well today you’re going to learn the right way to go about it and the wrong way which you should avoid. Our first initial thought is Facebook makes it so much easier to talk to the girl that you like. All you have to do is add her as a friend and you could spend all day staring at her photos. And while you think this is good for you, it’s actually bad if your intention is to go out with her.
Consider this for a moment, you like a girl, add her on Facebook, cross your fingers and hopes that she adds you and then when she does you message her with the word HEY. Boom, conversation started. See how easy that was? But since it’s so damn easy to do, every other single guy out there that likes her is doing the exact same thing. Guys, I don’t know if you’re aware of this but girls get messages from random guys all the time. At first it may be flattering to hear a random guy tell you that you’re cute but after a while, hearing it over, and over, and over from all these dudes you don’t know, it just tends to be too much.
What ends up happening is that the girls just breeze right over those messages unless the guy says something that truly stands out. If you like a girl in your school or it’s someone you met in the neighborhood and you want to ask them out, take that question offline. Because the only real way you’ll stand out to her is by talking to her in person. This way, you won’t be put into the same category as all the other guys who message her with the same useless dribble. Another thing you should probably avoid is constantly messaging a girl over and over and over, even when she hasn’t responded once. If she’s giving you little answers like LOL and COOL, then there’s no real conversation going on there.
You have to talk to her in person. Plus, following her status updates and seeing what she’s doing and using that as leverage to talk to her, it just makes you seem desperate. If you add a girl on Facebook that you’ve never talked to in person and ask her to go out with you, she’s not gonna respond positively because she doesn’t know who you are. You’re way better off focusing on an initial conversation that’ll happen outside of Facebook. Even if the conversation is small, introduce yourself to her. Talk about something that’s your hobby, ask her what her hobby is.
From here, you now have some kind of substance to work with. You can message her about your in person conversation, tell her to go more in depth on her hobbies and then, and only then when the conversation hits the peak where it’s no longer awkward, only then can you ask her out. The majority of people want the safest route when it comes to asking a girl out because they’re afraid of rejection. The problem with taking the safe route is that you really clump yourself in with all the other guys. What do you guys think though, have you ever asked a girl out on Facebook or were you planning on doing it? Leave your comments and stories below so we can talk about it.
The key here is to be bold and to not be afraid of rejection. The truth is, you’re not gonna get every single girl you ask out and you only hurt your chances of going out with her if you initially ask her on Facebook. And if you ask her out and receive no response or she turns you down, don’t worry. I can guarantee that there are a million girls out there for you to talk to.
As always guys, love and peace.