I met a cute girl the other day at a college club thing we both belong to and we talked for about 20 minutes. Did we hit it off? Not like in a super romantic way, but we made each other laugh and we enjoyed each other's company.
That was a week ago. She just showed up in my suggested friends on Facebook. Should I add her? Message her? I'm interested in asking her out for dinner or something, but I don't know if I should add her or just wait until I see her again.
Stop thinking that way, man. The whole point is to HAVE a first date. Face-to-face time. That's how you'll actually get to know each other and figure out if anything's gonna happen here. It really doesn't matter HOW you ask her out, there's no difference between a Facebook message and a phone call. If she's into you, she'll want to go. If she's not, she won't. If you ask, you'll know.
>Should I add her? Message her? I'm interested in asking her out for dinner or something, but I don't know if I should add her or just wait until I see her again.
In todays dating world you need to keep on beating the iron while its still hot. Message her and find out if you two still have as much chemistry as you did that last evening.
If it doesnt work out with her, who knows, maybe she has hot friends too?
Good luck OP
Tell her that you want to meet her on x day at y place and at z time. Make it clear that you remember her from c party and that you thought that she was lovely and now shes got you wondering if there could be potential for more.
Take the plunge OP. Her saying no cant take your nice memory away from you anyhow, so what do you have to lose?
Not OP but in similar situation.
Thanks anon, I needed to hear this. Met a girl last wednesday and talked for an hour. I really like her but due to reasons we couldn't hit off. Been thinking of how to word my question for almost a day now, but I guess it won't matter that much as long as it's not really fucked up!
>she walked up on me
>gave me drinks
>added me on facebook after I insisted we should keep in touch
>liked a photo of me from about a year ago.
>That's a good starting position I guess?
>facebook messaging wasn't that smooth though, so I'll just ask her out. I'm better face to face
I really don't want to spoil this one.. She was so genuine and cute.