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MWimmer8
06-16-2001, 10:13 PM
Alright. I was reading the other post and i decided to get some help of my own. Alright, there's this girl and we're ok friends, not the best. We hung out at lunch and such. I'm not really looking to "go out" with this girl...just get to be better friends with her. And I want to go like to the movie with her or something. I am just really scared to ask and what to say. If anyone can help me I would greatly appreciate it.

hulkster
06-16-2001, 10:44 PM
i've been in the same situation as you. if you want it to be just the two of you, if shes anything like our michigan girls, she'll think its cool, but if your that nervous invite a couple other guy/girl friends.

flcoasterfan
06-16-2001, 11:00 PM
Forget the movie, go to a theme park. The day will last longer and there will be more opportunity to open lines of communication. The best way to ask someone on a "date" or just for a casual outing is to be confident. If your nervousness shows it may make the other person that much more uncomfortable.
<BR>Keep cool and just have a good time.<BR><BR><font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: flcoasterfan on 2001-06-16 23:04 ]</font>

Anaconda
06-17-2001, 05:53 AM
Just stroll up to her casually and go "Hey, (Her name) would you like to go to a movie on (the date and time)?" If she says yes, ask her what movie she wants to see.
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<BR>But going to a theme park is the best idea, unless she is scared of coasters.

commontator
06-17-2001, 07:11 AM
Yeah. Our class to a trip to SFoT. And I liked this girl. Well She liked me too. Anyway, I said ok lets go ride the Texas Giant. We get all the way to the boarding station, and she tells me she is terrified of coasters. I tried to talk her into it, but she wouldn't budge. Well I rode it and when I got back to the station, she was gone. But my advice to you is to take her to a theme park. OR a good movie. Either will work great.

hulkster
06-17-2001, 08:46 AM
yeah, its good when girls get a little nervous on coasters, then you can hold her hand or something, you know, make her not scared anymore, but that would only be with lap bars, not OTSR's cuz i've tried that, and its hard to hold hands on B&M loopers. and i've learned girls don't like it when people like us start going on and on about coasters, so i keep it at a minnimum, but one time i did tell my girlfriend i loved the millennium force more than i loved her(its the truth though) we haven't talked since but i've ridden the millennium force 6 times.

tj80
06-17-2001, 12:20 PM
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<BR> but one time i did tell my girlfriend i loved the millennium force more than i loved her(its the truth though) we haven't talked since but i've ridden the millennium force 6 times.
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<BR>I that is hilarious Hulkster so what did she do when you told her that

hulkster
06-17-2001, 01:03 PM
well, i said "can you take me up 310 feet and drop me @ 92 MPH?, are your curves banked? is there a two hour wait for you?" and i told her i've known the force longer than i've known her. <IMG SRC="/phpBB/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif">
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<BR>i came all the way to CP and rode THAT MFer.<BR><BR><font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: hulkster on 2001-06-17 13:06 ]</font>

franklelock
06-17-2001, 01:06 PM
well hulkster, if you and her were on an airplane, and she's a hot prostitute, the possibility exists... <IMG SRC="/phpBB/images/smiles/icon_smile.gif"><BR><BR><font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: franklelock on 2001-06-17 13:07 ]</font>

hulkster
06-17-2001, 01:07 PM
and there would be a queue line for her too!

coaster man098
06-17-2001, 01:15 PM
well the girls i'm friends with(not dating) i just go around to it the same way as it they were guys (ex: yo, wanna go see scary movie tonight?). but then again i always start things out by doing them with a group until i know the person well enough.

hulkster
06-17-2001, 02:20 PM
don't try to impress her with your rollercoaster knowledge.

MWimmer8
06-17-2001, 07:46 PM
We went friday to great america with a bunch of friends....and everything went ok...now i want to go to the movies with her. Its just so hard
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<BR>P.S. I got to ride Taxi Jam cuz shes short!

Swimming King
06-17-2001, 07:51 PM
Try gettiing into a conversation about movies with her, and bring up the movie you want to take her to. Soon after that, ask her if she wants to go see it with you.

Kraken
06-17-2001, 08:00 PM
Ok, here is advice that actually works:
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<BR>Engage in casual conversation. You will probobly become freindly with each other. Then after you are freinds(or almost) with her, organize a trip to the movies. Go up to her and ask "Me and a few freinds are going to the movies, would you like to go?" If she is free, there is a good chance she will say yes, as long as you have been nice. Make sure to decide what movie you want to see after asking her, not before, so she can't say she is not interested in the film.
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<BR>See, it's not a good idea to ask a stranger out(of course), so become freinds first, even if that is not your final goal.
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<BR>When Millenium Force is 12 years old, just like Magnum, will people say it sucks?<BR><BR><font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: Kraken on 2001-06-17 20:02 ]</font>

Kraken
06-17-2001, 08:03 PM
Engage in casual conversation. You will probobly become freindly with each other. Then after you are on freindly terms with her, organize a trip to the movies. Go up to her and ask "Me and a few freinds are going to the movies, would you like to go?". It will seem like you are not asking her on a date(which you aren't, really) and that you justare being a nice guy.If she is free, there is a good chance she will say yes, as long as you have been nice. Make sure to decide what movie you want to see after asking her, not before, so she can't say she is not interested in the film.
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<BR>See, it's not a good idea to ask a stranger out(of course), so become freinds first, even if that is not your final goal.

MWimmer8
06-17-2001, 10:47 PM
i like your idea scorpion...now i just need to have a "good" reason to call her....anyone have any ideas?