I had a lot to consider: 1) Mewment If we substituted “mewment” for every “moment” out there, the world would be a much squeakier place. Someone with cat-titude might try to act unimpressed with your attempts to pamper them.
Take Kelly Clarkson’s classic coronation song, “A Moment Like This,” for example: 2) Cat-titude Cat-titude is not just “attitude” with “cat” spliced in. They may swat at you whenever you try to hand them things, scratch the door whenever they want to go outside, or suddenly sit on your laptop while you’re using it, without explanation.
If you want to ask someone out, you need to consider what sort of ploy you will use to get that person to agree to go out with you.
You can’t just surprise them with an over-the-top gesture, especially if you hardly know each other.
Up the ante This means that you may need to go public with your affections.
A word of warning for you eager beavers out there: Make sure that you know the person well enough to do this or you have had at least several encounters and know each other’s name. #2 Do something out of a popular romcom or their favorite movie.
It’s cute, so there’s a 90% chance it’ll go over well with the person you like. They usually do it on special occasions or if they did something wrong.
He wants to know if you think I’m cute.” – “If I were to ask you out on a date, would your answer be the same as the answer to this question?You can take a risk, and use these to ask a crush who doesn’t know anything about you, but you should make sure that you are fully invested in this endeavor.You can’t use these to ask someone you don’t even like that much – that’s just a waste of time, money and effort. Or purchase something that has a killer installment plan.Or better yet, ask the barista to yell the phrase out for you.It’s pretty brave *or cowardly, whichever way you look at it* and you’ll get an immediate answer. [Read: 12 ways to finally be more than friends with someone] Go hard or go home Now, these types of gestures are specifically designed to ask someone you’ve known for a long time.