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so ive been talking to my friends about this, theyre all pretty much of the opinion that it is a bad idea. but i think the girl in question would enjoy it (practically identical music taste) and we could always go out to eat, the journey there will take about 1/2 hour each way as well= time to talk. how do i show her that it's a date, not just hanging out?

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b) It introduces a not-so-revolutionary concept that I call “mirroring”. If he says he wants to get together with you, say you want to get together with him. The reason that mirroring is so effective is because it honors the way that most men choose to pursue women.

This doesn’t mean being arbitrarily difficult or challenging.

You should always be warm, receptive and available. Because when you don’t follow his lead – when you start initiating contact and asking him out for dates – you never actually find out how he feels about you. You can call up one of these guys and offer him free concert tickets, but is he going out with you because he likes you?

And even if they do like you, how do you parlay heavy flirting into an actual date?

At some point, someone has to ask the other person out. But asking someone out is really terrifying, so he’s probably only going to do it if he’s absolutely, positively, beyond a doubt sure that there’s a good chance you’ll say yes. This is why it’s essential that you make it pretty clear to the guy you’re flirting with that you’re receptive to the idea of his asking for your number or inviting you to hang out.

might not be able to pull the trigger (or he might be completely clueless as to your interest in him.) In hat case, take matters into your own hands and ask him out yourself. But if after two weeks of flirt-texting you’re frustrated that it’s leading nowhere, take the bull by the horns and invite him to hang out with you.

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