It’s Propose Day and time to pop the question to the girl of your dreams! Though being unique maybe the key to propose to a girl, you should be very well aware of the temperament of the girl as well.
Here are some ways listed to win over your lady love.
#1. Be yourself: This is one of the most important things to be kept in mind. The girl should accept you for what you are. You should keep it simple and sweet while asking her out and pop the queation accordingly.
#2. Bend down on your knees: This maybe one of the oldest ways to ask out a girl but it will sure shot turn out to be a winner. Women love their men to be chivalrous. A red rose in hand will be an icing on the cake.
#3. Take her out to dinner to a nice place and make her feel special. Get some of her favourite tracks played there and order something exquisite and then ask her out.
#4. Try and get a banner placed in front of her home or her workplace with a message. But remember not to use her real name. You can write what you call her personally.
#5. Try taking her to the place where you guys met the very first time. She will surely be moved by your actions. You will definitely get a positive response.
#6. If your budget approves, then you can get something written on the sky for her. But this should be done only when you are really sure about her.
#7. You can request your neighbours to put off their lights and get them to write ‘I Love You’, on their windows. Take her out in the balcony blindfolded and get her to open her eyes when everything is ready. She will love it.
#8. Drive down to a beach when the sun is about to set. Play some soft music in the car and wisper the golden words to her.
#9. If being adventurous is your mantra, then maybe you can plan out a trek to a nearby hill. Leave early morning and try reaching there before the sun rise. Bend on your knees and ask her out as soon as the sun starts rising.
#10. Be a little dramatic. Get a water gun and let her get shocked for a while and tell her you are under arrest for stealing my heart!
source by timesofindia.indiatimes.com