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Hey advice. I'm a 22 year old male who has just started working full time after completing university.

There's a girl who works in the same building as I, but for, another company. I believe she is around 24-25. I have seen her bobbing around the hallway and we only ever say good morning to each other.

Yesterday, but some lucky timing, I was able to catch her alone in the elevator. I cracked a joke about what her company does, we talked briefly, introduced ourselves and I handed her a business card. In all, it was a pleasant and good experience. She was laughing, constantly smiling and seemed genuinely happy.

The next time I see her I wanted to ask her out to lunch or coffee, know that I know her name. My question to you guys is - should I just go for it and ask her out or continue to get to know her more first?

I barley see her and when I do our conversations will be short due to working at different places etc. Should I just go for it and if so - does lunch work?

Thank you guys! This is the happiest ive been in a while.
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>>16853468

a-anyone ;c
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A date is a good way to get to know someone. But it's your call if she's up for it or not. If you can get her to a date that's great.

Lunch seems like a good idea.
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>>16853468
the more shy a girl is the slower you should go. if you don't feel she's that shy you should go ask her to a casual lunch/coffee "date" (dont call it a date of course) and see where it goes from there. if she's very shy then you should take it slow and let her get to know you a little bit at a time before escalating.
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>>16853515
>>16853523

To my surprise her disposition was different to how I expected it to be. Shes a lot more bubbly and open than I had imagined. I wish I could recall the entire conversation but overall she smiled a whole bunch.

How should I word it - if I was to ask her to lunch?

"Hey Anon, I was actually thinking it might be fun to grab lunch together"
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>>16853582
Whatever fits your normal speech patterns us the best. Just tell her.
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>>16853468
Don't dive right into it. Run into her, tell another joke, and then say "Say, would you like to have coffee/drink after work someday?"
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>>16853635

So I should heat up a small conversation about perhaps what she got up to in the weekend etc and then go for it? Sounds like a good idea.

If things dont go to plan, how do I deal with the embarrassment? Just move jobs?
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>>16853658
throw yourself out the window of your workplace, its the only way
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>>16853659

No, I'm serious. I have Bipolar and I've never held hands with a girl. This is the first time ever i've gotten somewhere near a date.
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>>16853669
Chill out man. There's nothing to be embarrassed about if she turns you down.
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Are this office fag again? Jesus dude, just stop, you are getting weirder with every thread
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>>16853658
" O. K. But if you ever change your mind, you know where to find me" And then get on with life.
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>>16853658
if she shuts you down (she'll probably say she has a boyfriend or doesnt date coworkers etc) just say "it's cool, you're just really attractive so I had to try" and leave her alone after that outside of pleasant hellos

if you're respectful about it girls cream themselves when they feel desired, even if it's from a guy they don't wanna date

....but if you get pushy HR will come knocking and you'll be the office creep
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>>16853635
This would work on me.
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