Okay guys Funny Story True Story, I am a senior about to grab my undergrad and have been going over to my friend's fiance's house every other week or so to have drinks and dinner, or watch a movie ....whatever, you get the gest. Well, at that house there are 4 girls that live there and they are all fun.
As far as my game is concerned I feel comfortable with it at the bar scene. However, this scenario is different and I'll explain...
While going over to my friend's fiance's house, we'll call her house "the house" for the time being. we would go over to the house to drink, dance and what not... but up until this past month this girl, we'll call her "H" hasn't been allowed to socialize by her boyfriend. Well, "H" got rid of her boyfriend this past month and my friend says that she is interested in me. So over the past two or three weeks we have hung out in a group setting, and things seem like they are going well.
The problem lays within the fact that we haven't ever had time to talk one on one. We text back and forth and engage in small chit chat, but the majority of our time together consist of sitting around a room playing a game or talking amongst 8-10 people.
Like I said my short-term game is on point, but "H" isn't that type of girl, she is something special....a long-term special. So I'm trying to take this slow but my slow-game is that of a highschooler. I get nervous, though in a group setting I'm very confident and funny, generally dictating the conversation while trying to get her involved.
I want to ask her out for something rather informal, like lunch, or hitting up some trails in my jeep, which I think she will be down for. The thing that concerns me is not only the awkward moments or lulls in conversation. Also, how to tie in serious conversation with meaningless jokes and ranting.
Any and all comments will be welcomed and if you need anymore info on this situation please say so.
I really would like some advice and trust you guys on this forum, please make me proud. haha.