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#5176 - It's always that first stage that's an issue for me. Though I … 04/10/2015 on Ask a Mod 0
#5156 - I guess that's really the only way to do it. It still…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/10/2015 on Ask a Mod 0
User avatar #5158 - corporate (04/10/2015) [-]
Like I said before,
Find out more about her. Ask her about her. Her revealing stuff about herself will give you fuel to branch off of and even share stuff about yourself. Opening up to someone allows you to become closer.
People love talking about themselves, it'll make her more interested and enthralled if she talks about herself.
#5234 - bleachtaire (04/10/2015) [-]
I must tip le fedora in your name. You are awesome.
User avatar #5176 - bluegrass (04/10/2015) [-]
It's always that first stage that's an issue for me. Though I have an idea as to where I could start.

There's another course that's mandatory to students in my program. I'm actually having a lot of difficulty with it, but that's another story.
Maybe I could start off by asking her if she's taken/is taking that course, and if so: is she having similar difficulties.
I think she would be more than willing to help me out if she has taken it. If I'm lucky, maybe she's also having troubles with it.

From there I should be fine honestly. As I mentioned the initial icebreaker is extremely new to me. I tend to over-think how I present myself.
#5150 - She doesn't seem to use FB very often. I sent her a message t…  [+] (5 new replies) 04/10/2015 on Ask a Mod 0
#5152 - corporate (04/10/2015) [-]
Nah go for it. Ask her to chill.
Get her number. Be the alpha. Straight up ask her.
She seems pretty chill around you.
Go for it.
User avatar #5156 - bluegrass (04/10/2015) [-]
I guess that's really the only way to do it.

It still feels weird though. We're still basically strangers to each other, we just know that we have a mutual interest in being successful in the class. This is how most of my relationships with people go, regardless of gender.

I haven't made very many new friends since I started at college, and the ones that have befriended me took the initiative in doing so. I'm happy that some people are able to do that, because otherwise I'd just be that quiet person in the corner.

Anyways chatting with this girl one on one would be great, but I'd probably run out of things to talk about. I also am really unsure if I've even known her long enough for that kind of thing.
It's kind of hard to explain without going into a lot more detail than I already have.
User avatar #5158 - corporate (04/10/2015) [-]
Like I said before,
Find out more about her. Ask her about her. Her revealing stuff about herself will give you fuel to branch off of and even share stuff about yourself. Opening up to someone allows you to become closer.
People love talking about themselves, it'll make her more interested and enthralled if she talks about herself.
#5234 - bleachtaire (04/10/2015) [-]
I must tip le fedora in your name. You are awesome.
User avatar #5176 - bluegrass (04/10/2015) [-]
It's always that first stage that's an issue for me. Though I have an idea as to where I could start.

There's another course that's mandatory to students in my program. I'm actually having a lot of difficulty with it, but that's another story.
Maybe I could start off by asking her if she's taken/is taking that course, and if so: is she having similar difficulties.
I think she would be more than willing to help me out if she has taken it. If I'm lucky, maybe she's also having troubles with it.

From there I should be fine honestly. As I mentioned the initial icebreaker is extremely new to me. I tend to over-think how I present myself.
#5146 - hello again we talked a bit the other day about d…  [+] (7 new replies) 04/10/2015 on Ask a Mod 0
User avatar #5148 - corporate (04/10/2015) [-]
Have you got her phone number and or FB? Try talking there for a bit. It's not as good as 1 on 1 but it's something.
Trying to get her away from her friends is rough. Y'know girls and their friends.
I'd say wait for your opportunity for you two to go off by yourselves.
User avatar #5150 - bluegrass (04/10/2015) [-]
She doesn't seem to use FB very often. I sent her a message the other day asking if I could study with her for the test we had today. Still hasn't even read it.

The only way to get her phone # would be to ask, which is kind of not possible at the moment.
One rather fortunate thing is she seems to branch away from her friends while I'm around. She always tends to my questions, and even asks if there's any others that I need help with.

I feel like I just need to straight up ask her if she wants to hang out outside of class. You think that would be weird by now? We've "known" each other for about a month now. I don't even think she knows my name yet
#5152 - corporate (04/10/2015) [-]
Nah go for it. Ask her to chill.
Get her number. Be the alpha. Straight up ask her.
She seems pretty chill around you.
Go for it.
User avatar #5156 - bluegrass (04/10/2015) [-]
I guess that's really the only way to do it.

It still feels weird though. We're still basically strangers to each other, we just know that we have a mutual interest in being successful in the class. This is how most of my relationships with people go, regardless of gender.

I haven't made very many new friends since I started at college, and the ones that have befriended me took the initiative in doing so. I'm happy that some people are able to do that, because otherwise I'd just be that quiet person in the corner.

Anyways chatting with this girl one on one would be great, but I'd probably run out of things to talk about. I also am really unsure if I've even known her long enough for that kind of thing.
It's kind of hard to explain without going into a lot more detail than I already have.
User avatar #5158 - corporate (04/10/2015) [-]
Like I said before,
Find out more about her. Ask her about her. Her revealing stuff about herself will give you fuel to branch off of and even share stuff about yourself. Opening up to someone allows you to become closer.
People love talking about themselves, it'll make her more interested and enthralled if she talks about herself.
#5234 - bleachtaire (04/10/2015) [-]
I must tip le fedora in your name. You are awesome.
User avatar #5176 - bluegrass (04/10/2015) [-]
It's always that first stage that's an issue for me. Though I have an idea as to where I could start.

There's another course that's mandatory to students in my program. I'm actually having a lot of difficulty with it, but that's another story.
Maybe I could start off by asking her if she's taken/is taking that course, and if so: is she having similar difficulties.
I think she would be more than willing to help me out if she has taken it. If I'm lucky, maybe she's also having troubles with it.

From there I should be fine honestly. As I mentioned the initial icebreaker is extremely new to me. I tend to over-think how I present myself.
#5143 - Is corporate still around? I am in need of his wisdom  [+] (9 new replies) 04/09/2015 on Ask a Mod 0
#5144 - corporate (04/09/2015) [-]
helloo
User avatar #5146 - bluegrass (04/10/2015) [-]
hello again

we talked a bit the other day about dis girl in one of my classes.

I've worked with her on a couple of the assignments we've been doing in class., and I feel like I'm giving off a good impression. Unfortunately I haven't really gotten the chance to speak to her 1 on 1, she's usually with her small group of friends. As I've mentioned I want to get to know her more, but with her friends around I feel restricted to only asking questions about the questions we need to work on.

Any tips on how to get around that? I've been in this situation so many times v_v
User avatar #5148 - corporate (04/10/2015) [-]
Have you got her phone number and or FB? Try talking there for a bit. It's not as good as 1 on 1 but it's something.
Trying to get her away from her friends is rough. Y'know girls and their friends.
I'd say wait for your opportunity for you two to go off by yourselves.
User avatar #5150 - bluegrass (04/10/2015) [-]
She doesn't seem to use FB very often. I sent her a message the other day asking if I could study with her for the test we had today. Still hasn't even read it.

The only way to get her phone # would be to ask, which is kind of not possible at the moment.
One rather fortunate thing is she seems to branch away from her friends while I'm around. She always tends to my questions, and even asks if there's any others that I need help with.

I feel like I just need to straight up ask her if she wants to hang out outside of class. You think that would be weird by now? We've "known" each other for about a month now. I don't even think she knows my name yet
#5152 - corporate (04/10/2015) [-]
Nah go for it. Ask her to chill.
Get her number. Be the alpha. Straight up ask her.
She seems pretty chill around you.
Go for it.
User avatar #5156 - bluegrass (04/10/2015) [-]
I guess that's really the only way to do it.

It still feels weird though. We're still basically strangers to each other, we just know that we have a mutual interest in being successful in the class. This is how most of my relationships with people go, regardless of gender.

I haven't made very many new friends since I started at college, and the ones that have befriended me took the initiative in doing so. I'm happy that some people are able to do that, because otherwise I'd just be that quiet person in the corner.

Anyways chatting with this girl one on one would be great, but I'd probably run out of things to talk about. I also am really unsure if I've even known her long enough for that kind of thing.
It's kind of hard to explain without going into a lot more detail than I already have.
User avatar #5158 - corporate (04/10/2015) [-]
Like I said before,
Find out more about her. Ask her about her. Her revealing stuff about herself will give you fuel to branch off of and even share stuff about yourself. Opening up to someone allows you to become closer.
People love talking about themselves, it'll make her more interested and enthralled if she talks about herself.
#5234 - bleachtaire (04/10/2015) [-]
I must tip le fedora in your name. You are awesome.
User avatar #5176 - bluegrass (04/10/2015) [-]
It's always that first stage that's an issue for me. Though I have an idea as to where I could start.

There's another course that's mandatory to students in my program. I'm actually having a lot of difficulty with it, but that's another story.
Maybe I could start off by asking her if she's taken/is taking that course, and if so: is she having similar difficulties.
I think she would be more than willing to help me out if she has taken it. If I'm lucky, maybe she's also having troubles with it.

From there I should be fine honestly. As I mentioned the initial icebreaker is extremely new to me. I tend to over-think how I present myself.
#4812 - I'll give it a shot, thanks for your time based mod. Have a cat  [+] (1 new reply) 04/09/2015 on Ask a Mod 0
#4813 - corporate (04/09/2015) [-]
Come talk to me anytime you want. I'm available just about any time
#4808 - I guess waiting is the best thing I can do. & Yeah I'…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/09/2015 on Ask a Mod 0
User avatar #4809 - corporate (04/09/2015) [-]
Just try and talk to her about her interests and such.
That will give you fuel for conversation. Try and find some similarities between the two of you so she'll feel even more comfortable around you.
#4812 - bluegrass (04/09/2015) [-]
I'll give it a shot, thanks for your time based mod. Have a cat
#4813 - corporate (04/09/2015) [-]
Come talk to me anytime you want. I'm available just about any time
#4805 - Alright so, there's this girl in one of my classes who I'd lik…  [+] (5 new replies) 04/09/2015 on Ask a Mod 0
User avatar #4806 - corporate (04/09/2015) [-]
Get to know her a bit more.
Maybe wait until tomorrow and see if you get a response.
If she responds with wanting to go over some of the work.. Go over the work then use that as a segue to talk about her.
Just become friendly. Don't attempt any romance yet. Just become her friend. Be nice to her. Learn about her.
Make sure she knows you're interested in learning more about her.
User avatar #4808 - bluegrass (04/09/2015) [-]
I guess waiting is the best thing I can do.
& Yeah I'm not necessarily trying to rush into a relationship with her. I honestly don't know anyone in the class other than her. For now I'm just hoping that I can have someone that I can study with. There's a lot of room for error in the equations we're doing.

Getting to know someone as more than just a classmate is really the hardest part for me. My interests generally revolve around gaming, so I don't have very much to talk about.
User avatar #4809 - corporate (04/09/2015) [-]
Just try and talk to her about her interests and such.
That will give you fuel for conversation. Try and find some similarities between the two of you so she'll feel even more comfortable around you.
#4812 - bluegrass (04/09/2015) [-]
I'll give it a shot, thanks for your time based mod. Have a cat
#4813 - corporate (04/09/2015) [-]
Come talk to me anytime you want. I'm available just about any time
#4788 - any mods willing to listen to my whiny story and give me advic…  [+] (7 new replies) 04/09/2015 on Ask a Mod 0
User avatar #4802 - corporate (04/09/2015) [-]
Yeah sure. Let's talk
User avatar #4805 - bluegrass (04/09/2015) [-]
Alright so, there's this girl in one of my classes who I'd like to get to know.

It's a math related course, so we sometimes compare our answers n' shit.
How do you think I should go about establishing a better friendship with her? I've never been good at that kind of thing.

I sent her a message earlier this morning asking if I could go over some of the questions that'll likely be on the test we have tomorrow. She hasn't seen the message yet, and so I've gotten no answer. For now I'm just wondering if I should try anything else, or just leave it be.
User avatar #4806 - corporate (04/09/2015) [-]
Get to know her a bit more.
Maybe wait until tomorrow and see if you get a response.
If she responds with wanting to go over some of the work.. Go over the work then use that as a segue to talk about her.
Just become friendly. Don't attempt any romance yet. Just become her friend. Be nice to her. Learn about her.
Make sure she knows you're interested in learning more about her.
User avatar #4808 - bluegrass (04/09/2015) [-]
I guess waiting is the best thing I can do.
& Yeah I'm not necessarily trying to rush into a relationship with her. I honestly don't know anyone in the class other than her. For now I'm just hoping that I can have someone that I can study with. There's a lot of room for error in the equations we're doing.

Getting to know someone as more than just a classmate is really the hardest part for me. My interests generally revolve around gaming, so I don't have very much to talk about.
User avatar #4809 - corporate (04/09/2015) [-]
Just try and talk to her about her interests and such.
That will give you fuel for conversation. Try and find some similarities between the two of you so she'll feel even more comfortable around you.
#4812 - bluegrass (04/09/2015) [-]
I'll give it a shot, thanks for your time based mod. Have a cat
#4813 - corporate (04/09/2015) [-]
Come talk to me anytime you want. I'm available just about any time
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