It is not an actual purpose, something like a business proposition or work you need her participation with.
So be creative, imaginative, and make something up.
Don’t comment or message her stuff like- ‘You look so beautiful/ cute/ innocent.’ – They repeatedly message a Hi or Hello, or many a times some piece of poetry that wouldn’t even make any sense for her as what to reply.
– They comment on her status messages, comments that are totally unnecessary and would get you no where!
– Wearing absolutely the worst combination of clothes and appearing really happy about it.
– You and your friends are laughing with your teeth out.
Note: I am not saying that these things don’t work, of course they are going to work if one does them consistently and the girl hasn’t deleted him yet; he might get a ‘Hi or hello or thanks’ from her, which is of course one of the exceptional cases because the girl is very polite.
But in this entire book, I haven’t and I am not talking about the exceptional cases; I am only talking about the majority of cases which would be, to assume, more than ninety percent. The first thing that you need to do is show her a purpose; show her that there is a purpose which is why you have added or wanted to befriend her; and by doing that you erase the idea from her mind that you sent her a friend request randomly. (It’s psychological) – You get a reply immediately because no other guy has done it before. Always remember: Your purpose is just a pretext in tricking her to talking to you.
What you can do is, if you read much, you can put good quotes from writers, nice pictures on your wall, jokes that actually are funny – stay on the neutral side rather than being too extreme on any end. Note: Don’t remark about someone’s beauty unless you are a fine art student or a painter.
– Avoid wearing shirts if you are below 18, or if they don’t fit you and are bright colored.
(exception: If they really fit you, and are decent, then why not) – Do use photo Editing software(s) on your pictures.
The thing is I am not doubting that she’d feel bad or anything negative about your comments; but my focus is all about the words.
You cannot describe a painting the way a painter or a critic would, and because you cannot write they way they would write about a beautiful painting, don’t ruin it for yourself!