I found that I see a girl I like and she is working whether at a counter, or as a waitress, or anywhere else really it makes it alot more difficult to ask her for a number or ask her out.
Sometimes even if she is interested she cannot accept due to company regulations or what not.
I saw a girl that I really liked right from the start, and have been there 3 times now. The first few times she did not notice me noticing her because well... she was working. The last time I was there I looked at her eyes and she noticed me looking at her (not too much but she kinda felt like I was into her a tiny bit it seemed) when I said thank you and left she gave me a cute look like she knew something was up with me.
I plan on going back there and usually there is noone in this store, I will finish up the business and ask her what her name is. Then I will say there is one more thing I need to ask before I leave... I want to ask you for your phone number because I would like to ask you out.
I figure that there are only 3 ways this can end up.
1. She smiles and gives her number, and I ask when is a good time to call you.
2. She says she can't while she is working because the company doesn't allow relations with customers or something.
3. She is not interested and does not want to give me her number and makes an excuse like in situation 2.
If she says she can't cause of her job then I can ask:
If I ask you for your number outside work would I get a different answer?
Then one of three answers will come out. Yes, No, Maybe. If she doesn't say no then I will smile and leave. I will come back another time and ask her what time she is off and somehow meet her and ask her out.
I think she likes me to a bit, and I am confident she might just give me her number if I ask properly.
Anyone have some ideas? This seems like a logical and sensible plan to me, but I have been wrong before.