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How the Hell Does [Asking People Out] Work, Actually?
So, it was suggested in the Incel thread but never made so I've taken it upon myself, hopefully reasonably, to create this thread. What exactly is this thread about? Discussing specifically the do's and do not's of engaging in social activities geared towards a romantic goal and relative topics. This is where, if I were someone who had any experience I would post about my own suggestions and what is and is not the right way to approach someone of potential romantic interest, when to know if doing so is appropriate etc.
However, and I feel like this should establish my own interest in the topic at hand, I have no such personal experience to add to this thread. I am a 27 year old man who has never had a long or short term romantic relationship, never been on a date of any kind, never asked anyone out, never flirted or been flirted with (to my knowledge) and no idea how any of that sort of thing is supposed to work in the meatspace, and only a vague understanding of how to go about it in the cyberrealm. I would describe myself as being an otherwise fairly well adjusted and sociable individual.
So hopefully this thread will provide a place for useful suggestions for people like me, as well as discussion of the topic at hand in general.