Golden Rules of How to Get a Girlfriend on Facebook Chat
Part 3 – How to Get a Girlfriend on Facebook Chat – Making Her Your Girlfriend
1 – Consider asking her out online. One thing you can do is to ask the girl out, or even ask her to be your girlfriend, over Facebook. Though some girls may wish you had done this in-person, if you have a really strong bond online and think that she would respond well, then you can consider asking her out right over the Internet. Many people would warn you against this, but if you think this is right for you and your girl, then you can try simply finding a moment when the timing is right, and then asking her if she’d like to be your girlfriend.
Asking her out online can help take some of the pressure off both of you. You don’t have to worry so much about saying the perfect thing because you’ll be typing, and she won’t have to worry so much about giving the perfect answer for the same reason.
2 – Spend some time with her in person first. Though you may have really fallen in love over the Internet, it can help you to get a better sense of who the girl is, and whether or not you’re really compatible, by spending some time with her in person. If you’re in the same school or live nearby, then start by initiating casual group hangouts with her, and then see if you can hang out solo, even if you’re just grabbing lunch, taking a walk, or seeing a movie. This can give you a better sense of whether or not you two would be a great match.
Just be casual about it. Say something like, “I’m hanging out at the mall with a few of my buddies this weekend. Do you want to come join us with a few friends?” Or, “Are you checking out the carnival tonight? I’ll be there with a few people.”
3 – Make sure the feeling is mutual. Whether you’re hanging out solo in person, or just chatting online, before you pop the question, you should get a sense of whether or not the girl likes you as more than a friend. Though you may get along great, she may think of you as more of a buddy, or she may just have her eye on someone else. When you’re with her or talking to her, see if she’s really excited to you, if she flirts a bit, and if she asks you questions about your life. Think about it more to see if she has a crush on you.
Of course, you’re not a mind reader, and it can be tricky to know whether or not she really likes you if you’re only talking online. It can be hard to pick up on things like her tone and personality if you don’t get a lot of face time.
4 – Find the right time to ask her. If you’ve decided to ask her to be your girlfriend, then you have to find the right moment to ask her, whether you’re asking online or in person. If you’re asking online, then you should find a moment in the conversation where you’re complimenting each other, having a great chat, or talking about hanging out soon. If you’re in person, make sure you’re alone, that she’s in a good mood, and that you’re really connecting before you ask.
Once the timing and moment is right, just tell her that you really like her and that you’d love it if she was your girlfriend. It doesn’t have to be an elaborate speech and she’ll really appreciate the directness. Just say, “I’ve really liked getting to know you. You’re so smart and funny and so easy to talk to. I would love it if you would be my girlfriend.”
5 – React appropriately. Whether she says yes or no, it’s important to react in a way that makes you look like a mature gentleman. If she says she’d like to be your girlfriend, then you should do a little dance, let her see how happy you are, and show her some affection. If she turns you down, then act like it’s no big deal. Tell her you hope you can still be friends and that you appreciate her honesty.
If your relationship does blossom into a full-fledged boyfriend-girlfriend relationship, then you can focus on spending more time together in person, and less time flirting with her on the Internet.