mentosman Posted July 1, 2008 Share Posted July 1, 2008 I walked into Starbucks one day and an employee (female) there said Hi to me as a greeting. I said "Heeeylo" back in that tone. A minute later after I ordered my coffee, I glanced towards her direction and she happened to be looking towards me too, but with a smile on her face. I smiled back and went on with my business. A week later I walked into the same Starbucks hoping to see her again. She happened to be working the cash register. I approached her and acted normal like how anybody would when ordering something. I was hoping to get some signal from her to start a conversation. I didn't see any and just went on and ordered my coffee and mind my own business. There was another employee close to her, so I was uncomfortable starting a chat with her knowing that the other person would listen in. Any tips on what I should do the third time I go in? I'm sure she'll be more familiar with my face and be more comfortable because of that. I'm very shy when it comes to approaching girls. I actually never really asked a girl out in public. That's something I really want to accomplish, though. Was the smile the first time I saw her a signal? Or more because Starbucks employees are usually friendly and outgoing? If anything, I should think the first to boost my desire to start a chat with her. That brings another question: How do I ask her out after a small chat while she's working the cash register and possibly have other customers in back of me waiting in line?? Do I ask her when she gets off work or when her break is?? HELP needed!! Thanks. Link to comment
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