13 Thoughts You Have Before You Ask Someone Out, As Told By 'Schitt's Creek'
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13 Thoughts You Have Before You Ask Someone Out, As Told By 'Schitt's Creek'

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13 Thoughts You Have Before You Ask Someone Out, As Told By 'Schitt's Creek'

"Schitt's Creek" is the feel-good show we all needed throughout this crazy pandemic. It's both hilarious and relatable, especially when it comes to dating and asking someone out on a date. Here are several thoughts and sayings that the Rose family has had that we all can relate to before we officially decide to make a move.

1. I'm obsessed with this.

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At first, one definitely hypes their self up in order to initially shoot your shot.

2. Awkward

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Feeling like what you said may not be right or was too cringe-y.

3. Getting upset

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Maybe you get upset with yourself or maybe you get upset that the other person doesn't answer.

4. Shocked

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You may be surprised you actually have the courage to shoot your shot after all you've been through in the dating game.

5. I don't know what that means.

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When your brain tries to tell you that you will be OK if your shot is rejected, but you refuse to believe that.

6. Panic

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Overthinking about what to say and when to say it is the name of the game.

7. Yeah! Big Day!

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Finally getting the courage and plan together to shoot the shot like...

8. WTF

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Realizing that you actually have the confidence to shoot your shot!

9. Inner pep talks

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Continuing to build up the momentum of believing in yourself before shooting the shot.

10. Thinking about chickening out

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Anxiety causes you to go back and forth in your mind about whether or not to go through with it.

11. Celebrating

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Finally feeling happy after finally going through with it.

12. After the fact

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But then folding under the pressure and wanting to crawl into a hole until they respond.

13. Looking at their response

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Loving the response back after they read your pickup line and believing in true love again.

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