Tuesday, March 25, 2008

How can you make a girl date you through phone call

How can you make a girl date you through phone call

Let the Love Doctor Help you out with a few short tips and reminders about dating through technology using the phone or even the internet voip services, in short how to ask a girl out using a call.

It's a long age question by boys and yes even men, who by chance wanted to take the other species out for a good date in either a restaurant, a snack, a movie or even any other activity that will waste time away with both of you enjoying each other's company, sounds easy? well for some this is a deathstrike, since they don't have the guts to just spit it out and ask the girl face to face, they opt to go to their mobile phone or landline and call, the worst case is they chatter mostly nonsense and in the end still didn't say the right words to ask the girl out. so here is just a few of my own personal tips to how I ask the girls out. The Love Doctor will lend you a hand.

First off, get to know the girl better first, make it a couple of days or even just a few simple hours and make her comfortable with you enough, that you can just talk to her casually and not in a stranger like manner anymore.

Don't strike and go, make the conversation short and funny but let it last at least 3-5 minutes and not speak in an untimely 20 seconds.

Greet and be polite, don't force yourself just because you're scared.

Give the girl options to where and what she wants, once you learned the spots and trades to what she expects on a good date, ask her out and claim you can offer her wishes.

Pick a good time of the day, usually after cofee or noon is the best time to ask for a date in a friday night or a lunch the following day.

Never bring anyone else into the conversation as she may think about bringing her friend along.

Be calm, be the man, control the situation and make the girl feel about it that you are the man when it comes to planning and finding options if she rejects you a couple of times.

Gave up after three false attempts on asking her out and she doesn't want to go. this ensures she doesn't feel comfortable enough with you yet. spend a little more time with her

Lastly and the ultimate secret in bagging her YES on dating you--- "Make Her trust you!" When she trust you, she will have no problem going out with you in public, pirvate or any places you can take her.

Your Call, Calling a Girl for a Date 101

Don't ask her on a "date" at all. Have some fun activity X planned for yourself, going to the beach or a dance club or hiking or a sport, whatever YOU like to do for fun. Casually invite her along much like you'd invite a regular(male) friend. Have a regular phone chat about the latest interesting events in your life / her life / current events just as you would with a guy friend, let the conversation wrap up "It's been good talking to you, I have to get going now for (mention the reason: work/dinner/plans/whatever)". But before you hang up, interrupt yourself to enthusiastically mention "Hey, I'm doing (activity X) later/tomorrow/Saturday (whatever day.) You should come along, it'll be fun". That takes all of the mentally stressful "date" pressure off of you and her. You're not asking her out, you're just a fun guy with fun plans and you're saying she can come have fun too. Do not even make it a question! State what your plans are and state that she can or should join you for a fun time. If she expresses interest wrap up any details quickly and GET OFF THE PHONE. More phone chat is just a chance to go downhill. Quicker and easier but less effective would be to skip the smalltalk, get on the phone and tell her you only have a moment to talk, tell her what fun thing you have planned for yourself, tell her she can or should come have fun too, and get off the phone quickly.

Here is more advice from people around the net

* Dial her number and talk to her a few times first. Then just ask her out, but make it a public place. Usually you would want to ask her if she would like to meet or to be picked up depending on how well you know each other.

* Don't go on a date like STRAIGHT AWAY. First find out if she wants to go out with you, if she says yes, get to know her favorite places and things. Then ask her on a date.

* Ask her out for a coffee, it's much easier than saying 'date'. It's not as forward as asking someone out for a meal, but still has a pseudo-romantic feel; and you keep a sort of non-committal attitude, meaning you can always say your intentions were completely innocent.

* To be honest, girls feel flattered when you ask them out personally (face-to-face). If you are too shy, don't say: "Do you want to go on a date with me," say something like "I'm going ______, would you like to come along?" If you want to make a great impression, ask her out in person!

*Even though I am a girl...I think that you should be calm about it! Don't freak about it! It isn't like the girl you want to date will kill you if you ask! The worst she can do is say no!

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Is Going to the Movies and Dinner too boring for a date?

Is Going to the Movies and Dinner too boring for a date?

What makes for an exciting, fun date? Is it really a boring date if you just go to dinner and a movie? Many men feel like it makes for a nice evening if they take their date out to dinner and then go to a movie. Most women feel that a date like that is boring. There must be a way to please both sexes.

When you are first getting to know someone, a date is a chance to see the other person in a particular situation and to see how they act and react to specific events. We want to know if the other person gets angry easily, what they like and dislike, and most of all, if this is someone we care to spend more time with. Let’s examine the dinner and a movie date and see if it is truly a good opportunity to get to know the person we are dating.

Assume that this is the second or third date you are going out on with this person. You are probably

speaking on the phone or sending emails to arrange for the date. Should the man decide which restaurant to go to? What about the choice of which movie to see? The way a couple handles these decisions can be indicative of what is to come later on in the relationship. Hopefully you have had a short discussion about where to eat. One of you may like a particular restaurant or want to try a place based on a recommendation from a friend. Watch out if one person absolutely will not eat at a pace you suggest. Unless they have dietary restrictions or have had a bad experience at that location they should be open to going to a restaurant of your choice. They are not buying the place; they are only going to have a meal there.

Now you both must decide how you will meet and get to the restaurant. The days of the man picking up the woman at her home may not be practical in today’s society. People live further away from each other or may be coming directly from work or some other place. See how your date handles this issue.

Once you are at the restaurant you will be aware of every detail. Has a reservation been made, if needed? Does the man pull out the chair for the woman to sit down? How you and your date handle the ordering of drinks, appetizers, and the main course says much about what kind of people they are and what their expectations of each other will be.

So far it looks like going out to dinner is an excellent opportunity to see the other person in a new situation. Now let’s get to the movie.

Men and women tend to have very different tastes in which movies they like to see. It may be almost impossible to find a film that both the man and the woman will thoroughly enjoy. You then must decide what kind of movie would at least be somewhat enjoyable for both of you to watch. Two and a half hours can be an eternity if you sitting in a theater with a film you just can’t stand. Also, when the lights go down and the movie starts your chance to interact with each other has almost disappeared. However, subtle events like choosing the seats, who sits on the end, where the woman can put her purse, and what to do when people talk or climb over you can all be good opportunities to see how both of the people react in such situations.

The bottom line is this: the dinner and a movie date might seem boring but it is a chance to spend several hours with someone before you commit to the rest of your life. If you really don’t enjoy that type of outing, be the one to suggest something more interesting for the next date.