GOT REJECTED AGAIN
The same girl who I met on the recliners. Second time talking to her in class. This time I was way less nervous and we had a good conversation. I teased her a bit and did a playful punch to the arm.
She did make a comment about my self-depreciation. She expressed displeasure at it
I asked her out but made a meal of it.
This is what I said:
Hey, are you free next week? We should erm chill or something. Like we should have coffee or umm something.
I have to say. I will have to say that I politely do not accept your offer.
I then said we should meet in lectures.
Question for you guys: Is asking a girl out in this wussy, unsure manner a huge mistake? Like the girl would think I have no clue if I cant even set a time and place to meet. I need answers quick so I can improve.
Also, I am sure she wants me to be more confident. I have an urge to keep talking to her and ramp up the flirting and joking. And I'll thank her for spotting my self-depreciation. Then I will invite her on a SET PLAN.
Flirted with barista and found out she doesn't drink anymore so my idea of going to a bar kinda flopped:
"Hey, thanks! The latte yesterday was nice"
"Ahaha. Tell my boss"
I asked him to give his "wonderful employee a payraise
"The latte was very sweet"
"Was it caramel or vanilla?"
"It was very sweet....but not as sweet as you.
Righto, so need to think of where to take her for a date because I have learned that no-plan invites piss girls off and are lazy.
I should message her something like that I cannot talk to her too much because she is working and I will tell her my solution to this problem in person.
Ok guys. Help me!
My limiting beliefs are getting less. These are mine. Writing them down so I fight them:
1) I am too ugly or I am decent looking but i just am not hot
2) I am too much of a douche
3) I should ONLY focus on education
4) Relationships/sex are overrated and loving a woman is not worth the effort.
5) I just am not born to be good with women
6) I am too poor and I am a student (I am applying for jobs though. Just part-time ones)