No, you need to show that you are a sexual man with confidence.
If you rely on pure sex appeal to win you the one you want, you'll be relying on "luck." There's a much better way. A date that implies that she'll have to think about you romantically, and that there will be pressure for her to be "on her best behavior." And then, at the end, she'll have to deal with your awkward attempt to kiss her. (Now, if you're still leaning towards Option A, think again about which one sounds better to HER...) Does Option B sound better? Now, it may not seem to have your interests in mind right away, but There's a saying: "You can have anything you want in this world if you just help enough other people get what they want." Also, Option B gives her a little MYSTERY about your intentions and your interest, and that is what a woman wants.
The rest will come later if you can demonstrate a laid-back, fun personality. This is what they call getting the "little Yes's" in sales.
Why is it so difficult for so many guys to ask a girl out on a date? Plus, she's with her friends, laughing and having a good time. I think I'll wait and go talk to another woman who's easier to approach." Ever thought that?
Asking a woman out on a date is the most intimidating question a guy can ask a woman. She'd probably be turned off or angry if I interrupted her. Oh, I know you have, because I used to do this to myself all the damn time.
It feels like you're putting your head up on the chopping block, giving yourself up for a woman's approval (or rejection.) . I'd self-sabotage my every attempt to approach women.
We are all programmed with a chain of emotions in us, and we start to short-cut our way to an expected conclusion, even if it makes no logical sense at all. So don't tell me that these little illogical emotional chains don't happen. I've seen them at work in seminars and bootcamps I've led, and most of the time the guys don't even realize how quick they're going from the start of that chain to the end.