Yes, I know that the title was unnecessary, but I just want to ask a quick question. I met this girl last weekend and I've been texting her. She seems cool and I just told her, "I want to take you out this weekend if you're not busy!" Was that too forward and up front. Should I just have asked her if she wanted to hang out this weekend? Just asking for future reference.
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"I want to" is good diction. Generally, I think being upfront and forward about what you want is a good thing because it shows that you are confident and you know what you want.
The "if you're not busy" is a bit submissive but cordial. I know why you put it there but it was unnecessary because if she was going to be busy this weekend, she would have told you so herself.2