Congrats! So you finally got some girls liking your online profile. You are getting a lot of messages. But hold on! Your job is not done yet. This is just the start. You need to proceed very carefully.
You surely cannot afford to follow up on all the responses. Just browse through their profiles carefully and try to select the precious few. And once you have done that, you cannot hastily go ahead contacting all of them. This might send out the wrong signals. But then all the same, you cannot wait endlessly, because in that case, your prospective dates might feel that you are not interested. So I am going to give you some hints on finding out if she is really interested to see you in person.
Where Do You Live?
Although the question may appear as general, yet most girls use this question to initiate contact. By asking where you live, she might be wanting to know how conveniently a meeting can be arranged. Answer this question very carefully. Although it may not make much sense to lie about your location, yet what matters is the trouble that you can take to actually enable a meeting. Do not, however, show much desperation as that would have a negative affect.
Have You Heard Of The Movie?
A lot of girls use this as a suggestion for a date. So take the hint. The smart thing to do is to express your interest also in the same movie and then let things take their course. Avoid being pushy and let her say the magic words, “Would you like to watch the movie with me?”
Do You Know Any Happening Places Around?
Not all girls are fond of movies. May be your girl is fond of hanging out in coffee lounges. When asked this question, do not go on narrating a list of places like a city guide. Rather take a subtle approach and sense her taste. And then suggest some chosen places where you feel confident of having a good time.
How Do You Spend Your Weekends?
A lot of girls use this subtle approach while asking a guy out. Be very tactful while answering this question. Do not try to indicate that you remain very occupied with work on the weekends. That might turn her off. Rather make the answer interesting, and let her feel that your weekends are very happening. Only then will she like to be a part of that excitement.