Ethiopian Supermodel Liya Kebede
(Wiki)_Asking for a beautiful girl’s phone number is a scary thing. You face rejection, and it takes flirting to a whole other level. If it’s hard for you to rustle up the courage to ask for someone’s phone number, don’t despair. Even the best, most confident daters once struggled with the very same thing.
Steps,Tips and Warnings
Approach the person whose phone number you want. If you have met them before, use their name as you get close. “Hi Isabel! How have you been?” If you don’t know them, ask someone you know for an introduction.
Start a conversation with him or her. This works whether or not you have already been introduced. Don’t try to be witty or impressive, just be yourself.
Keep it warm, friendly, but brief. You don’t want to monopolize their time.
Wind up the conversation by saying the following: “Hey, I don’t want to hold you up. Can I call you sometime so we can talk more?”.
Keep moving! If the person urges you to stay and talk longer, then do so at their request. Don’t end the conversation, get their number, and then stand around.
Call them in a few days, even if you just leave a message saying “Hi, I just wanted to say how nice it was to see you the other day, and I’m looking forward to seeing you again. I’ll try you again, or please feel free to call me.”
Make sure you leave your name and phone number.
Keep smiling in the event of a rejection, and say “OK, well here, I’ll give you mine. I’d love to hear from you again.”
Give them your number and name written neatly on something noticeable like a brightly-colored napkin. Don’t use a torn scrap of receipt from your wallet.
Go for it – you will never have any success if you don’t try.
If she gives you her number don’t walk right away, stay with her for a while, then say something like “This is my stop I will call you. Bye” or “Well, I have to make a right (left) here. I will call you. Bye”.
A compliment is always a nice way to lead into a chat. Be honest though. Don’t say you like their green shoes if you really think they’re horrible.
Offer your phone number instead of asking for theirs. Women feel safer by not giving others their phone number. You could also ask her for her number in a joking way, then say, “Oh, here’s mine.”
You can also first ask for a person’s email. Since this is less threatening, most people will agree to exchanging an email address. Then once they are in the midst of writing their email, almost as an after though say “While you’re writing down your email, include your phone number as well.” Many people who would not have given their phone number at first, will after they have already committed to giving other information.
If you don’t have a lot of your friends’ phone numbers you can ask them for their phone number first then go up to her and tell her “Hey, I’m asking everyone for their phone number, can I have yours?”
If he’s a boy and you know he likes you, ask him to walk you home; if he says no,don’t get upset – he is probably in a hurry.
If you really want someone’s number, ask them yourself. Getting a person’s number from a friend, unless you’re really close can be rude and stalkerish.
If a guy does give you his number, it is typically a bad idea if you ask him to write it on your hand, arm, etc. anywhere that could be washed off from a trip to the bathroom, unless it is your last resort.
Don’t ask a girl/boy her/his number if it is for a friend. That’s just plain rude and you will blow of your friend’s chance to see if she/he likes him/her or not.
Nowhere is it written that the person you are talking to has to give you the number you want. Don’t ask more than once, and leave them alone if they say no.