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How do you bring up the question about asking them to hang out?

Asked by The_Inquisitor (3163points) July 19th, 2008

At a certain place, i can’t exactly get to know people very well, so I’d like to ask them to hang out with me casually away from that place. But how do i bring up the question to see if they want to hang out so i can get to know them better? If i don’t really know them that well from the start?

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delirium's avatar

“I want to continue this conversation but I need to go to X. Would you like to accompany me so that we can keep chatting?”

ezraglenn's avatar

This question is oddly nonspecific. Could you maybe elaborate on the situation?

syz's avatar

Why the odd phrasing? What place? What people? Why would somewhere else be different?

JH's avatar

You say let’s go do this. Easy as that

marinelife's avatar

“Hey, anybody want to go get a cup of coffee (or tea or a soda or whatever) after we get off?”

The_Inquisitor's avatar

Haha, I don’t know why, but I purposely made this question very vague… and nonsepecific..
Anywho, thanks for the suggestions. :P

dragonflyfaith's avatar

Aww cc, of course we’ll go hang out with you!

ninjaxmarc's avatar

Starbucks it

psyla's avatar

An invite to hangout might start something you didn’t want to start. Hanging out might become something they want to continue doing but you don’t. Get to know them better at the original location before you start a “group”. Of course, if you don’t want to hangout anymore, you can always scorn them & have them think you don’t like them.

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