Growing up, I was always the shy and introverted type. I had a tough time talking to girls, let alone asking them out. But, my dad, being the wise and cunning man that he is, decided to take matters into his own hands and teach me the art of asking a girl out. First, he taught me the importance of confidence. He said, "If you don't believe in yourself, why should she?" He also taught me to be genuine and to focus on getting to know the girl, rather than just trying to impress her. Next, came the practical lessons. We would go to the mall and he would point out girls and make me ask for their number. I was mortified, but my dad would always remind me that rejection is a part of life and that it's not the end of the world. I have to admit, it was a bumpy ride. I faced a lot of rejection, but I also had a few successes. And, with each rejection, I got a little bit better. I learned how to handle rejection, and most importantly, how to ask a girl out without feeling like a complete idiot. But, the real test came when I was back in school. My cl***mates were all talking about the girls they were dating, and I decided to take the plunge and ask out a girl I had been crushing on for a while. And you know what? She said yes! I was ecstatic, but my excitement was short-lived. When I went to school the next day, I was met with a chorus of snickers and jeers from my cl***mates. They couldn't believe that I, the shy and introverted kid, had the audacity to ask.
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