Trying to provide minimal context here
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Most Helpful Girl
If you want to I guess.. do you really want a girlfriend right now or are just getting one because your bored/lonely? Don't get one because your bored or lonely, get one because you are interested in dating and want to start a relationship with someone you really like and have a connection with. That's a mistake a lot guys make, they just enter a relationship for the hell of it not because they want to be in one.0
Most Helpful Guy
Nah people are going to need context. Like why do you want one, or have you already tried and stuff like that.
Now a lot of people in school, which I am going to assume you are in are looking for relationships. Don't ask me why. All you need is a slight connection. If you and another girl, assuming that's what you go for, seem to get along and she seems to enjoy hanging out with you. Just jump at it, and ask her out. Take all things that you might think are big hints as hints.
The secret to rejection or not seeming like you are asking everyone out is how you go about asking and what you do after it. Like lead up to the question. Movies is easy, just do the ambiguous 'i could be talking about a date or I could be talking about hanging out thing' something like. "Have you heard about __, it seems pretty cool." Her response. " Yeah we should see that." But push that into a favorable direction instead of it sounding like idle talk. If you ask her out in a more direct way and you get shot down to play it off you need to act like it was a joke. But the key is that whatever tone or way you asked her out with is the same tone or way you have to keep. Say something like "damn, you didn't even flinch" or "I expected that, but I thought you would at least think about it." Depends on the relationship, situation, and your personality. Like I said context is needed.0