It is okay to ask a girl you know well to hang out over Facebook, when the honest intention is to be her platonic friend.
Know what relationship you are seeking from this girl.
As long as there are no romantic connotations, asking her to hang out over Facebook is fine.
When there is romantic interest, ask her out face to face.
A face to face exchange is a lot more effective than doing so online.
When it comes to girls and how they look at their relationship with guys, they place them in categories.
They place some in the “friend” category, others in the “love” category and others in the “waiting on the wings” category.
Strictly speaking, an interest in the “love” category on your part, calls for astute and deliberate moves.
Your moves need to be deliberate, as girls have a habit of placing a guy in a category relatively quickly when their intentions aren’t known.
Not showing her any romantic interest is an express ticket to putting you in the “friend” category.
Once you get into that category, it’s hard to get out.
Once a girl makes up her mind about you, breaking her out of that mode of thinking is tough.
This is why making your intentions clear as soon as possible is a must.
Liking her romantically but only having the courage to ask her to hang out on Facebook is yet another express ticket to putting you in the “friend” category.
No matter how well you both enjoy each other’s time after this, you won’t break out of the friend zone when her mindset is platonic in nature.
Make a real move for her by asking her out in no uncertain terms face to face.
Be bold about your intentions so that she knows where you are coming from.
A mutual feeling puts you in the “love” category in her mind and she goes out with you.
Feeling intrigued but not quite sure, she puts you in the “waiting on the wings” category.
Regardless, she has made a decision on you and that’s what you want.
Best to know where you stand than to be constantly wondering, keeping yourself from taking decisive action.
Lots of guys regret spending so much time in the wondering frame of mind.
By the time they have summoned up the courage to ask the girl out, some other guy has and it is too late.
This isn’t where you want to be.