Dating is almost universally a stressful and nerve-racking experience. If you are a teenager or young adult, you may just be figuring out how to approach women. No matter the way in which you choose to get to know someone, the most important thing is confidence. If you want to know how to get a girl's mobile number, you will need to gather up the courage to ask her yourself in one way or another. Girls respect direct communication. Gather your courage and get that mobile number!
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Check your hygiene and look. If you are going to approach a girl in person, which is recommended, you don't want to be judged based on your look or even your breath. Examine your teeth and make certain that you don't have anything stuck in your teeth. It's best to brush and floss if at all possible. In lieu of that, consider gum or a breath mint. Also make sure that your zipper isn't down and that your hair looks good.
Approach her when she's alone. Be confident, friendly but not aggressive. Stand tall and begin light conversation with her. If you already know her, bring up something that you two can discuss. If you are approaching an unknown girl for her mobile number, you may need to be a bit more creative.
Introduce yourself to her and ask for her name. Once she gives you her name, use it in at least one sentence while you're talking. Make small talk with her and ask what she does and what she likes to do.
Ask her directly for her phone number. Keep in mind that she may not be comfortable giving you her phone number. This could be either because she is not single, is not interested or doesn't like to do so for safety reasons.
Offer her your phone number. If she doesn't give you her mobile number, give her your number. That way, if she decides to give you a call, you will get to talk to her and will get her mobile number.
Tips and warnings
- Do not ask a friend to get a girl's mobile number for you.
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