This is kinda my go-to line for a girl for a date, as I feel lunch or dinner is much too forward and strong. However, when I've done this, I get the worst feeling they've done it only "as friends" and they totally dismiss the idea of it being a "date". If you ask a friend who've you known for a while out for coffee, it usually doesn't look like a date. I've often gone out to coffee dates with a guy friend though to be honest, there have been times where it was a friend and I knew he was trying to initiate something. Girls pick up on cues like that: if she responds to you on a friend level, one way to let her know it wasn't about being friends is to tell her that you had a lot of fun, maybe dinner sometime: then she'll know. If you ask a member of the opposite sex that you just met to coffee, the implications are more so there.
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Recently I read that there is a simple way to tell if someone is really 'into' us, and not surprisingly, in a material world full of material girls and boys , it supposedly depends on how much money and how much commitment we are willing to put into that initial meeting or on that all important first date. Now I don't know if this applies if you've met online, in a supermarket, in a bar or even in a sex club, although I would think that if you had met someone in a sex club, then it's a little too late to be exchanging niceties and polite conversation over a Frappuccino and a chocolate brownie. I'd find it hard to be coy and flirtatious with someone who's already familiar with my ins and outs or outs and ins, depending on whatever makes you happy. I hate being asked to meet for 'coffee'. Firstly, I'm allergic to it and it makes me behave like I've ingested a speedball.