Personally, I'm not interested in having 90 friends on facebook. I guess the thing is how interested you are in the girl. The more times you try asking for a girl's number, the more likely you'll be to get a positive response. Once you've been invested in by one high profile investor, you are pre-selected, and many more investors will be interested in talking to you. Why would she want to give it to you — so you can sit in awkward silence some more another time? You can give a girl your number, you can ask for her number. Can I get your number so we can pick this up later? I've had some experience with women asking for my number instead, they never called, and I expected that by the way they reacted when I asked them out and all their non-verbal communication when they said yes to the date and asked me to give them my number. Now I dont know how to go about it.
Do remember that confidence is key Most dudes are terrified to ask for a girl's info. Charm her with your approach. But you can't really know until you've done it so if you don't want to bother, then don't. Trust me, women do this. I don't ask I tell and I definitely don't stare at her putting it in. Would you give him your number? Then walk away quickly, like you really are busy.
Giving a guy your digits requires finesse. Emboldened, I give my number out to a dozen more women over the next few days. I suggest when she asks for it put it in her phone yourself and then call your phone. I have had a man do this very well when I was at work. By not associating with a name, your target will never get a second chance to get at you, if the first time fails or is interrupted or whatever.
This doesn't mean that you should creepily stare into her eyes. Even then, it wont work on quite a few girls. In the end it left me more broken and confused. This article has also been viewed 1,706,833 times. True, a woman in yoga class rolls her eyes and walks off in a huff, but later that day I resupply my courage and drop my digits to another gorgeous woman outside a hardware store. Women love this if you do it correctly. The trick is to get him to give it to you -- snatching it up without him knowing is an invasion of privacy and is likely to irritate or offend him more than anything else.
Tell her that you absolutely have to get going but that you knew you'd regret it if you didn't at least try to get her number so you could get to know her better in the future. What if she says no? Then say goodbye and walk off with your head held high. Better to hit the eject button and salvage some pride rather than lick up the scraps she was offering. Make it seem like you messed up and the number came out wrong. The one girl who asked for my number recently twice, we met again, she said she lost it the first time never called. He didn't hang around and force me to decide on an answer right away, instead he left and put the situation entirely in my hands. Giving out a number to a girl who doesn't give you hers first is similarly putting the cart before the horse.
That's how something like Digg can raise tens of millions of dollars, while not making enough money to even cover their expenses, and having no clear path to making enough money to do so. She says she is reserved and shy. For example at work recently I told a girl to get my number out of the rota and text me and walked off and she did. I found that to be not so smart of a move, eventually she will run into the stalker guy. By withholding your name, you are behaving as an acquaintance rather than a potential friend. But when it comes to a guy pursuing a girl, it can be just plain confusing.
This works especially well when you're at a party, bar, restaurant or other social gathering where the two of you will both be for a while. Once he heads over to meet you, find a cute way to slip him your phone number so you can get to know him better. You can send each other pictures, and audio messages so she can put a voice to the face, and build up anticipation for when she finally meets you. Make eye contact, smile, and go up to her to show her what a great guy you are. Step 8: Add the last four digits of her phone number. The rest will be math she does herself.
If I don't feel interested at all, I decline outright - I don't even ask for his number. As you leave, tell him to give you a call sometime, and let him discover that you did, in fact, give him your number. Then I'd be standing in front of her and could make another game-time decision: Head for the exit, or see if she wants me to stick around. Kathryn Rateliff Barr has taught birth, parenting, vaccinations and alternative medicine classes since 1994. If you've only met them once, you don't really like-like them yet. Let her know this is the only piece of information you will be asking her. Now if a girl gets your number and then never calls you her is what I would do the next time I saw her.