How to Ask Someone Out and Get the Timing Right

admin | January 2, 2011 in Date Tips,General | Comments (0)

You can have the perfect way to ask someone out, but if the timing is wrong you will get a ‘no’. The timing is just as important as actually having the nerve to ask someone out. Here are a few tips to ensure the timing is perfect.
Avoid Crisis or Emotional Situations
It goes without saying that asking someone out at a funeral is a bad idea. However, there are many other situations where emotions may run high that you haven’t thought about. Weddings sound like they may be a good time to ask someone out, but while you may think they are romantic, for those who have been engaged, are divorced, or aren’t with anyone they can be depressing events. Other times when emotions may run high may be children’s birthday parties, baptisms, and some church related services.
Avoid Distractions
If you want to ask a girl out who is surrounded by friends, you are basically asking for all of their approval. Asking someone out in a crowded night club will be hard because there are too many distractions. There are ways around this. If you want to ask out a woman who is with a group of friends, wait for her to get up to get a drink or head for the dance floor. This way you can get her alone and talk to her. Make it quick though, once the friends see her chatting with a guy they will come over to size you up. The same applies at a night club. Tell the person you’d like to talk, and head to a quiet area so you aren’t shouting over the music.


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