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As he was trying to recover from the unexpected hit, a look of surprise and confusion spread across his face (can’t really miss someone’s facial expression when you are about three inches away from it).

Emily, Intern I didn’t want to be the girl passing notes to friends and asking them if so-and-so liked me.

But after really liking a guy (we’ll call him Chris) for awhile and feeling that he liked me, I decided it was time to take action (in a less direct way than asking him out).

Game Plan: After contacting my most experienced friends and family, I compiled a list of the top tips I wanted to try out.

Nevertheless, in the interest of providing useful research to humanity, I decided to conquer my fears and ask a guy out.

We debuted our experiment at a battle of the bands event and casually wandered the room wacking guys’ elbows as we passed by. But then we got smarter, and at a ward activity, we both made the goal to touch one of our FHE brothers’ elbows.

And soon, we noticed things were not quite the same.

Be straightforward; guys like girls who ask them out.