How should I talk to him?

  • nabs11

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    Sep 26, 2012 8:36 PM GMT
    Ok here is the deal am really really into this guy who works in a frozen yogurt type of place in my local area but have nooo idea how I should ask him out, Am new to this and took me a while to accept who I amicon_biggrin.gif,

    Now the next step is to break the ice and ask someone out but I don't know how it works and on top of it all am very shy.

    I NEED HELP HERE PEOPLE !!!!!!icon_sad.gif
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    Sep 27, 2012 1:10 PM GMT
    Little bit of homework...

    > Get a feel of his schedule..figure out the best time to go in when he's working...Buy some yogurt!..Try to have a basic conversation with him ..maybe about yogurt for starters...

    >That will give you an idea if you "catch his eye" or not...IF SO...

    > May be pop in a few times a week .. make regular convo. with this dude..and take it from there??
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    Sep 27, 2012 1:27 PM GMT
    Yeah ^ good start there. The most important thing is to take a "no big deal, regular convo" approach. Don't overblow in your mind or that will be shown on the outside. be suaveeee
  • HndsmKansan

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    Sep 27, 2012 1:32 PM GMT
    Probably need to know if he is gay.....if you aren't, then approach it as a friendship.

    My thought is to chat with him when you are going through the line. I'd talk about the weather, then mention something you are doing or a project you want to do.
    Mention a great movie or some kind of attraction like a zoo or water park.
    I wouldn't do somethink like ask him to go with you at that point, but make sure to stop back in a few days later and tell him how it went (and be sincere... if there is a movie you want to see... see it and then tell him about it later).

    If he seem genuinely interested, ask him to join you the next time you go (to a movie or whatever you are discussing). A movie can be a great point of conversation. Of course, if he isn't interested.. a problem, but part of doing this is the "thrill of victory".

    Put yourself out........and welcome to RJ, hope you participate here.