Get a Date Without Asking!

Get a Date with a Little Imagination

So you’ve met someone you’d like to date, but you don’t want to be the one doing the asking. Can you get a date without asking? Can you get them to ask you out instead? Well, you don’t need magic to manifest your dating dreams; you simply need a little imagination. And if you don’t know where to begin, you can start by getting a reading with a love psychic today!

Passionate Creativity

Being a good flirt is one way to spark someone’s interest, but being a creative and savvy navigator will put you in the driver’s seat while making your intended date do all the asking. Afterwards, they may wonder how it all happened, but they’ll be so impressed with your passionate creativity that they’ll hardly give it a second thought.

To get a date without asking, Amiira Ruotola, the wife of Greg Behrendt who co-authored the book, “He’s Just Not That Into You” suggests that a little imagination and ingenuity can go a long way. Giving someone a window of opportunity to ask you out will make it seem like it was mostly their idea. She suggests saying this:

“Oh my gosh! I don’t know if you know this, but this incredible window just opened up in the space-time continuum, and if you ask me out in the next five minutes, I’m going to say, ‘Yes.’”

Anyone who may be interested in you who also has a good sense of humor will hop on that opportunity in a minute. But in case they’re a little slow on the draw, you can give them the full five minutes. Putting a time limit on anything creates a sense of urgency. It says, act now or lose the opportunity. This also adds a layer of spontaneity that makes it fun an exciting for the other person.

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The Psychological Approach

If you want to take a more measured and cerebral approach, try taking the advice of Jeremy Nicholson, Ph.D. who is also known as “The Attraction Doctor.” Here are his five suggestions for taking an indirect approach to getting that date:

1. Make an indirect suggestion. Get what you want by proposing subtle alternatives.

You: What are your plans for the weekend?
Them: I was thinking about going fishing.
You: I was thinking about going to that movie you mentioned, would you like to come?

2. Make them think it was their idea to ask you out.

You: That restaurant you mentioned sounds great, maybe you’d like to go?
Them: Sure, why don’t we go there tomorrow night?

3. Make them come up with reasons not to do something (which can be difficult to do).

You: Your plans for the weekend sound fun. I’m going to see an art exhibit, perhaps you’d like to go?
Them: Sure, why don’t we go together?

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4. Get them to go on that date by suggesting that they’ll benefit from the experience.

You: That coffee shop downtown has the best cappuccino. You should try it.
Them: I will. I like cappuccino.
You: Well, I could go for another one. Would you like to go on Friday?

5. Almost anyone will rise to the challenge of a dare or a bet. Make it a fun competition.

You: I have the best idea for a date. I would … (You describe the date.) Can you top that?
Them: No way. The best date would be … (They describe the date.)
You: Not bad. Actually it sounds really good. I’d like to do that. Maybe we should do that. Are you game?

Will you first date with them be your last date with them? Get a reading from Psychic Ginger ext. 9344 and find out. 

Dr. Nicholson warns that although very effective, using these techniques may be construed as somewhat manipulative. Therefore, he suggests using these techniques with a friendly smile and a flirtatious heart. That’s always good advice.

As you can see, there are a lot of ways to get a date without asking—at least not directly. Now get creative, go out there and get that date!

6 thoughts on “Get a Date Without Asking!

  1. LJ

    Dear EA – your relationship is a distinct possibility – you both draw from a grounded, earthy approach to life and as such, you have a lot in common. The foundation is solid – where you take it from there is left to be seen – it’s a good start. Go for it and best of luck in your new relationship (to be).
    ~LJ

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  2. LJ

    Hi Lori – It’s always good to be slightly cautious and protective especially if you have kids. I will say though that his controlling tendencies, the ones he doesn’t see but you do, are telling you that there’s a cause to pause and assess – otherwise, you wouldn’t be writing. As a Pisces you need creative freedom and don’t tend to gravitate towards control-oriented situations. I’d say that it’s worth further discussion. Rather than glossing over it, have a heart to heart and maybe you’ll find that he’s not aware of what you see as controlling. Don’t throw in the towel … see if he’s willing to discuss it – that alone will tell you a lot. Don’t make it a fight, just work it into a casual conversation and leave time to talk about it. Be as good a listener as you are a communicator. Best of Luck.
    ~LJ

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  3. Brenda Calzolano

    How are those suggestions considered me not asking him out? Every single suggestion ended with “Would you like to go?” That’s asking someone out, in my opinion.

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  4. Lori

    I am a pisces 03/04/1962,I would like to know if u see me in a relationship with this man named Joseph. I have a lot of fun with him, but he is very controlling he says he’s not but I can see it. I have been single for 26 years I have 8 brothers and three sons so a lil cautious.

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  5. Gladys

    I really enjoy reading with Anasela or Esther There are very good specially Esther i would
    read with her anytime Anasela too but she’s to high at for me . G, L

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