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Used to be extremely shy as a teen and I found the easiest stance to adopt was "easy-going and friendly". I asked the girl out in a way very similar to just asking a friend to hang out, trying my best to treat the girl like she wasn't as attractive as she was, and really trying to treat her like a potential friend.Here's the kicker: the approach requires navigating dangerously close the friend zone. That means that if the girl does agree to "hang out", then you have to really turn up the heat on the data and start seducing her (move close and start getting physical, i. e.) to start shaping her impressions of you as a potential sexual/romantic partner and not just a buddy.Yet I found it easier to be very ballsy on the date after the girl agreed for some reason, and found myself acting less shy when, before the date, I asked her to hang out in a very easy-going and friendly way.
[...] turn up the heat on the [date] [...]
This is also kind of a sneaky strategy, like "gotcha bitch!" if she agrees to "hang out". But somehow I found I didn't get shy once on the date and could make really bold moves. As an example I impressed my wife by jamming the emergency stop button on an elevator and grabbing her and kissing her out of the blue. I'm still kind of shy perhaps if I was a bachelor asking a girl out, and would probably still use that old easy-going and friendly stance. But I found I don't get shy at all on a date and that's very important because, again, this approach is tight-rope walking the friend-zone boundary at first.
Ask her out on phone
That's not a very good idea.. If he invite her in the real life it will be a training for him and then will be easier to talk to her or to another one
Throw a note at her head saying will you go out with me
I wish she would follow my order, and do what I want.
Approach her from the rear, grab her by the tits and whisper sweet nothings in her ear. When the shock wears off, ask her out.
Isn’t that the typical Jack Sparrow strategy?
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