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Posted 2/5/18 , edited 2/5/18
I asked her out on Valentine's day for dinner *everyone panic*. Should I send her home afterward? Or should we go for a stroll? Or should I go straight back home?
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It depends on what the two of you are comfortwble with. If you don't know a lot about each other beforehand I would stay low key and use this as an opportunity to get to know one another
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I think that the answer will deppend on how close to her you are. I mean, How long do you know her?
You have to be careful not to go too fast. The pace will be determined by how close you are.
So that, if you're not so close, I think that just sending her home is the best option, however if you feel closer to her, a stroll would be nice.

Go on, Romeo! Enchant her :3


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Aadda boy

It all depends on how dinner goes, don't get ahead of yourself now. Unless she's into the whole * I don't want to be alone on Valentine's day scenario* then you do whatever you feel like, since I'm sure there would be a lot of room for play.

Make sure you get her flowers. Even a single rose would be thoughtful
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In my opinion read the mood and suggest stroll if everything seems great after dinner. On the stroll if she is pumping into you and playing with her hair, tease her and go for a kiss. If she doesn't do any of that you know she doesn't have romantic feelings towards you and you don't need to risk anything getting denied. In most cases you won't get denied if she is into you.
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See how the date goes and go from there. Prepare for any eventuality.
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You should go all the roads that lead to hanky panky glory
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She said yes?!?1??!
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yay for Fred! probably a dinner and a movie? or, if it's warm enough maybe a walk in the park? nothing wrong with being cliche in some cases. if you have a mall you could go "walk off" the food? you could also ask around and see what the girl's into, and go from there.
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Congrats. I hope the date goes smoothly for you.
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What should I talk about? I'm a huge nerd. We'll be at loss of words and turn awkward. Or should I keep quiet the entire time?
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fredreload wrote:

What should I talk about? I'm a huge nerd. We'll be at loss of words and turn awkward. Or should I keep quiet the entire time?


How much do you know about her? Ask about her hobbies, tastes, or simply what she thinks of the dinner location pick (and later the dinner itself). I usually try and avoid talks about work, but if she asks you then you could always mention your company idea and talk a bit about whats involved - just dont spend ages doing so.

The fact that she accepted a Valentine's date with you shows she has interest in you as it is so you're already off to a great start. I'd say plan for dinner then read the room at the end; if you feel you're having a great time, offer up the choice of walking somewhere to grab a drink or coffee (bit less intense than suggesting an aimless stroll, and depending on how well you know each other she may feel happier going to another public place with people around).
Be prepared for the chance that you both may have a great time but after the dinner it may feel natural to call it a night and then resume later in the week - dont try and force activities in.
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fredreload wrote:

What should I talk about? I'm a huge nerd. We'll be at loss of words and turn awkward. Or should I keep quiet the entire time?


How much do you know about her? Ask about her hobbies, tastes, or simply what she thinks of the dinner location pick (and later the dinner itself). I usually try and avoid talks about work, but if she asks you then you could always mention your company idea and talk a bit about whats involved - just dont spend ages doing so.

The fact that she accepted a Valentine's date with you shows she has interest in you as it is so you're already off to a great start. I'd say plan for dinner then read the room at the end; if you feel you're having a great time, offer up the choice of walking somewhere to grab a drink or coffee (bit less intense than suggesting an aimless stroll, and depending on how well you know each other she may feel happier going to another public place with people around).
Be prepared for the chance that you both may have a great time but after the dinner it may feel natural to call it a night and then resume later in the week - dont try and force activities in.


I hope she shows up

P.S Ya I'll ask the girl at my company I think, the search continues
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fredreload wrote:

What should I talk about? I'm a huge nerd. We'll be at loss of words and turn awkward. Or should I keep quiet the entire time?


Stay silent. Only communicate with eye contact, facial expressions, and you left ring finger.
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