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What's a good way to ask out a girl but in a "romantic" or "cute" way ?

I know she likes me a lot and it's almost Christmas too and I wanted to buy her something nice . but I'm not good with gifts so can you give me ideas ?

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Start with cute....and save romantic for later in the relationship (if there is a later). If you haven't started dating yet....get her a cute stuffed animal like Hallmark sells.

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Give her a present, with a big bow and everything. Inside the present is a piece of paper that says "All I want for Christmas is you. Could I take you on a date?"

Perhaps give her a real small gift as well.

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Like what ? Some rings or earrings ?
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Earrings, a bracelet, maybe a band t shirt she likes.
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Oh alright , thank you so much !
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Any time :)
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It depends on the girl, I guess. If a guy asked me out in a "cute" way, I'd laugh in his face.

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Ask her if you could talk and walk alone. Then compliment her in some way. Maybe her outfit is "gorgeous" or she smells great today, then start telling her that you need advice of how to ask a girl out. After she gives it to you, ask her out the way she told you. Or, if she didn't, say you'll have to take your best shot and ask her anyway. Just a suggestion.

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Be yourself. But don't creep her out.

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Just ask her. Never mind "cute" or "romantic" when asking for a first date. It can too easily be taken the wrong way. Take the chance. If she's worth dating, she's worth taking the chance of just asking her.

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