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Ask Your Crush Out Day


Questions to Ask Your Crush What do you dislike about yourself but everyone thinks is cute? If you ever need an advice, would you run to me? Describe your best series in ten words? What part of your body will you give up if you were forced to and why will you? If we were stuck on a deserted island for a week, would you have kissed me?

What do you see when you look at me? What are you good or bad at? What do you want us to be in the next couple of months? What is your idea of a perfect date? Can you buy me dinner sometimes when you are free?

What is the most romantic thing you have ever done? Make three wishes and let it be granted, what will it be? Have I made you blush? Questions to Ask Your Crush What talent do you have that people think is awesome? Can you play the guitar while I sing to it? What breaks your heart? Where is your favorite place in the world? Tell me your five biggest pet peeves? What is the craziest thing you have ever done for a girl or guy?

Can I come over to your place when I am bored? What is your favorite word? What would make you stay up late at night? Could you travel with me? What is your best hobby? Have you been into any serious relationship before? How old did you get your first kiss? Who are you crushing on at the moment? Do you cry a lot or sometimes? Am I fun to talk to or boring? Who makes you feel better when you are sad? Where have you traveled to before?

Are you always alone? GroupMe DM. Traffic sign on Washington Road. We hear these things are easily hackable. Google Docs. This method is perfect for professing love to that crush with a mysterious lack of social media presence. Hoagie Mail email. Show your crush that you care enough to go through the trouble of crafting a carefully worded email and boldly sending it to the entire undergraduate population.

TigerConfessions Post. Arguably the best medium for modern professions of love, this allows you to ask out your crush completely anonymously, thus effectively maximizing the awkwardness between you and the person who rejected you.