Attraction between men and women is complex yet simple. It is complex because our left brain male logic makes a simple concept hard!. Getting a date with a girl is intimidating for many people but it is even more intimidating when the girl is very attractive. Here is how to get a date with a pretty girl.
Go where people are. If you don't already have a girl in mind scout around and find a girl you are interested in asking out.That sounds simplistic, but to get a date, one obviously has to be around other people in various places including: school, library, museum, mall, restaurant, club, sporting event, service organization, party, and so on.
Get to know them. Once you have a pretty girl in mind approach her and start a conversation with her. Get to know her as much as you can and find out what kinds of things she is interested in.
Be fun and interactive and flirty . Constantly tease her and make fun of the situation she is in. Show her that you are a higher status male. Do not go into anything deep and meaningful. Do not go anywhere close to being emotional. What you want to do is let her experience emotions, not talk about it.
Invite her out casually . After you meet the girl or women, instead of asking her out on a date. Let her know that you want things much more fun and casual. Just say to her "hey let's go hang out, I'm bored and you can come and entertain me". Do not make the "get together" or "date" the focus of the conversation. This will come off as if you need something from her and you will immediately be less attractive. By making it less "formal" you put less focus on the outcome so the "date" has less pressure for either party to "impress one another".
Pop the question. If you talk enough and become good friends with them, then they'll be more interested in you than if you didn't talk to them at all. Then, say something like "Well, I really would like to get to know you. You seem like a really interesting person, so I was wondering if you'd like to go to the movies on Friday night?" This is simply a guideline but you should actually have something worked out to say so you don't fumble for the words.