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How to Ask a Girl to Prom or Homecoming in a Cute Way

  1. Exhude confidence
  2. Appreciate your audience
  3. Find the specifics
  4. Plan
  5. Perhaps her friends might help?


“The Game” by Neil Strauss

The Game is the gospel for men wishing to pick up women. It is THE original mass marketed text and sings home many unspoken truisms. Use with caution, care, and sensitivity towards women’s feelings.

How to Ask a Girl to Prom or Homecoming in a Cute Way

Knowing how to ask a girl to prom of homecoming in a cute way will help bag you the date of your dreams. The key here is to be creative in order to magic a lasting memory for her.

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1- Exhude confidence. Whether you are naturally confident or not is irrelevant. There is a fine line between being confident and being arrogant so get the balance right as in no way is being arrogant cute. Acting confidently is just that- acting! Confident people are much more likeable and easy to get on with. Smile, be forward and open with your body language, and take the initiative.

2- Appreciate your audience. Is your prospective date quiet, outgoing, overly socially conscious, original? A girl who is always worried about how she is perceived will not enjoy a grand gesture in front of the masses, whereas one who is original and independent, may. Make sure that you cannot embarrass your date when asking them out. Error on the side of safe here.

3- Find the specifics. What are her hobbies and interests? Do you share an inside joke? Does she have a favourite food? Tailoring something specific to her will go a long way in making in look like you’ve put a lot of thought into the gesture. Something that only she would understand is the cutest way to approach it.

4- Plan. Prior preparation prevents piss poor performance. Are you going to hide a note somewhere? Make your plan fool proof.

5- Perhaps her friends might help? Are you good friends with her friends? It’s generally not a good idea to ask a stranger for help, but if you both move in the same social group, perhaps you can have her friends lead her to your gesture (lit candles or a carving spelling out the question for example).


In general, it’s best to avoid a massive public display of affection unless you’re absolutely positive that it will be received well.

Do your homework. The cutest approach will be the most personal

Things are only ever as awkward as you make them. Deliver something with unwavering confidence and assertion (even if it’s just acted) and a smile, and the g gesture won’t feel awkward for either party.


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