How to Wish a Girl Happy Birthday


Middle school may be an awkward time as you explore different methods to let a girl know you are interested in her. One method you may consider is to use a special occasion, such as her birthday, as an icebreaker. Although it may seem difficult to just walk up to the girl and say happy birthday, it can be easier than you think with a little planning. Choose the time for the meeting to allow for conversation, make sure you are well groomed and remember to smile as you give your birthday wishes.

Things You'll Need

  • Mirror
  • Breathmints or gum
  • Look yourself over in the mirror. Comb your hair and check that there is nothing in your teeth. Chew on a breathmint or stick of gum. Spit it out before you meet her.

  • Arrange your schedule to casually walk into her before the lunch break. Slip in front of her if she is surrounded by a group of girls and stop.

  • Look straight into her eyes. Smile and say "Hi." Wait for her response.

  • Keep smiling and say, " I hear today is a special day for you and just wanted to wish you a happy birthday." Pause and wait for her response.

  • Ask how she plans to spend her birthday, how has the day been going for her so far and whether she would like to celebrate her birthday with you this weekend by going to dinner and a movie. Wait for her response.

  • Keep a smile on your face despite the answer. Set up the date time if she says yes, but if she says no, keep smiling and say, " Maybe another time. Enjoy your birthday," and walk away with your head high.

Tips & Warnings

  • Wear a shirt that brings out your eye color and flatters your face.
  • A single rose is a nice gesture if the two of you have a friendship or have been flirting.
  • Don't stop her between classes as there is not enough time for a conversation.

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