"Invite her to your room, do daring things. Be adventurous. I get in trouble all the time, women love trouble, a guy that they will have trouble handling...someone who will create drama for them." Agree with Chosen. And if you do get caught and in trouble you have to ask real nonchalant about it. Just pass it off. "She's comfortable with you now? You have two choices, friends or more. You would chose more, take it on a sexual and/or intimate level. Kiss her. Make your move." Probably the single most difficult make-or-break point for any guy. "Maybe we are in different locations...but white girls are very attracted to me." Where do you live? Anyway, where I live you pretty much only see asians with asians. Anything else would be wierd to them, it seems. Almost every asian in my area of Toronto hangs out largely with other asians (probably of the same nation too) and when not answering a teacher talks solely in their native language. Even if it's not actually their native language. "Sidenote: White people dance weird...(guys that is)" Fuck yes. For some reason white guys just look wierd dancing to good music (punk, hard rock not included as that's just moshing and variations of). That's why when I was 11 I got put into dance lessons. Basically, I won't dance to music at this age, but when I'm older I know how to dance every type of dance besides popular music. I can even salsa dance, but a big guy dancing salsa just looks sad. "I plan to major in Law, Corporate Law, and work myself up the ladder or become an entrepreneur" Just a note to you; According to Harper's Magazine America (and, I assume Canada) are experiencing an overflow of lawyers. The position became very appealing in the eighties because of the money draw and now all those kids are 28 years old and established lawyers/corporate advisors. So, lawyer is not exactly the best position to take up.