How to Ask a Guy out Through Facebook (Long Distance)

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9-10-2016, 01:15
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Online dating is quite common these days, there are many people finding true love online all over the world, and you might be one of them. However, if you have not met the guy before and you just choose to date someone online, make sure you know them really well. There are many dangers of dating online, so really know the person on the other end.


  1. First of all, before asking anyone out, you will need to find out and make sure who your talking to is the actual person you know. For health and safety reasons don't give out any personal information unless you 100% sure. Don't send pictures of yourself unless you TRULY know the person. Call them to see if their voice is right, because it could be an impersonation.
  2. Browse their Facebook profile. There are some people who will use fake pictures and even create a whole identity pretending to be that person. One of the easy ways to spot this is if the person has very few pictures of themselves. The more difficult fake profiles to spot are the people who will actually use pictures of friends they know or pictures they find off the internet. Don't assume that just because the person has pictures of a night out with their friends or family that it is 100 percent that person. Until you see them on webcam at the very least, there is always that chance you could be misled.
  3. If you both have cell phones, start texting each other throughout the day. Let them know that you're thinking of them at random times. Be wary of giving out any information to the person that they can use to find you before you both decide to meet up in person. Texting allows you to keep communication open with the person while at the same time you're letting them know that you're not just sitting at home waiting for them to go on Facebook or MSN during your every spare minute. Have fun with the texting, send each other pictures of yourselves.
  4. Talk to the person and get to know them well, see if he or she is the right person for you.
  5. One of the most important thing to do is flirt. Even if its online you will be able to flirt but not to the full capacity as you would in real life.
  6. Flirting is fun, but also be aware what or how much you post on a Facebook wall of the person you are interested in. People use Facebook for different reasons. Ask the person if they mind if you write flirty messages on their wall. Some people have co-workers or family members that may not be so understanding to read about how much you love hearing how their voice gets 'breathless' when you chat on the telephone for example.
  7. Use MSN or Skype to connect with your crush and have a live video conversation. This could make it easier to help make your decision and get to know the him features like laugh, smile and voice.
  8. After a while and once you have been talking and getting to know each other for a while, start giving hints in your messages. For example make your messages be more emotional, or show him/her that your interested in them.
  9. Be sure this relationship will go somewhere.
  10. If the person lives far from you or in another country, discuss between the two of you how willing the both of you are to meet up and see if there is a connection. You don't want to waste your time getting romantic feelings for someone who never plans on meeting you in person at a later date because you both live too far apart.
  11. When your ready and you made your final choice, connect to your partner on a service like MSN or Skype because it would make it more open and you can see his/her reactions. If you're not able to use something like Skype or MSN and you want to do it on Facebook, try inbox a message that will show that you really care and love for him/her. Or you can do this on the chat but you will need to build the conversation up before asking them out because this can be make you look weird and it can possibly make it awkward.
  12. Arrange sometime in the future when you could meet him/her in person. Remember, you don't want to feel like you're dating someone you've never even met.


  • Don't start friend requesting all the person's friends in hopes to feel closer to that person or get to know them more.
  • Avoid asking long distance relationship advice from people who hate such relationships.
  • Be positive that the relationship will work.
  • Don't do anything you will regret.
  • Take it slow and easy.
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  • Don't be disappointed if you get rejected, there is someone out there for everyone.
  • Make sure they are single. Some people are in relationships and may create a secondary account on Facebook just to do some 'flirting' outside their current relationship or marriage.
  • Don't give out any personal information if you're not sure who the person really is.
  • Don't get to know someone online; you may not click in person.

Things You'll Need

  • A personality true to yourself. Not one made up over the internet. Let the person actually acknowledge you for who they think you are
  • Confidence. If you end up meeting a person through Facebook and it doesn't turn out the way you had hoped, don't rule out Facebook as a way of meeting someone that you will click with in the future.
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