Does She Have a Boyfriend?

by Perry Rose

As long as I have been a syndicated writer for singles on dating, for the life of me I cannot understand why so many men simply can't ask a woman, "Do you have a boyfriend?" It's as if he will be perceived as weak or something. Do you think it is? I got a little bit of news for you…IT ISN'T! You think that, not the women. It's an assumption that's all wrong.

Your buddy may say, "Well, just ask her out. Why do you even have to ask her if she has one?"

I already know what you're thinking: "Well, then I will feel really awkward if she does have one."

Ok, if you can't seem to get over this little hump, you can try interjecting a question into the conversation, like, "What does your boyfriend think about that?" or, "Is your boyfriend here? I don't want to get you into trouble?" and then give her a big smile.

Assume she has a boyfriend, and interject such questions.

She may ask, "What makes you think I have one?" Come back with something along this line, "Well, you are so easy to talk with, and you seem really nice, so I just naturally assumed. … You mean you don't have one?"

Or, you can get a pair of balls and simply ask her, "Are you single? … Because I'd love to get to know you better, maybe over lunch sometime this week?"

It, WILL NOT, make you look weak! Only "little boys" think that, and women do not like little boys! I mean, think about it, how does this question make you look weak, or whatever it is that you are may be thinking right now?

There's more to this, and there are many ways to get dates with women at the spur of the moment that I don't write in my syndicated articles, so don't miss out.

Perry Rose is a syndicated freelance writer for singles on sex, dating and relationships. He is also the author of, All About Men; Another Damn Book For Women About Men & Women, Sex And Dating, For The Single Man.