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Every single time, no girl I'm interested in is ever available. In the middle of a conversation she'll say something about "my boyfriend did so-and-so yesterday, blah blah" and I'm just like "...ah shit".
You guys complain about having the balls to ask a girl out. Well I can't even get to that step.
Been rejected 3 times so far. Twice by one girl. Now I sorta ran out of people I'm interested in so this is quite the predicament. but I still have feelings for the one I got rejected by twice. aaaah
That date was odd
I've had 5 girlfriends but I have never just been on a date with someone I barely know, so I did today and it was odd. Hardly any flirting happened, we just talked and got to know each other and stuff but it was just friendly really. She talked more than me which is great as I feel that any silence might have been awkward
I got her number and have the opportunity to see her again, but I don't know how well today went. I hope she had fun
So uh basically this quote. She's never kissed a guy before or anything, and knowing you guys are total bros, I'd like to see what you lot think.
2. You asked out 2 girls, not the entire school. I'm sure you're interested in someone else.
3. There is no predicament, stop forcing the issue of dating one particular girl if she continually rejects you.
4. You don't need to be in a relationship.
Kinda used to things being very flirty so I'm a bit put out by this, but it may be a good thing, we did talk about like everything under the sun
How do you find out the relationship status of someone in the most non-awkward way possible?
Ask her out.
If you already talk to her in class, ramp it up keep talking to her (Not just about games, though common interest in that area is good)
Get full friendly then just ask her out somewhere, doesn't have to sound like a date just a cafe or maybe a film.
Just don't let it slip away.
I wasn't intending on letting this one slip. She's like exactly what I've wanted ever in a girl
If she's at school and she's inexperienced in dating, then it would be best to get to know her before dating because school aged people tend to have less of an inclination towards the world of dating before relationships.
You didn't know her before, but you know her now, you have her number and she is willing to get together again. I am pretty sure that is success, at least in a minor extent. More success than fail.
Give it another go. See how it goes. If it does it does, if not, more fishing to do.
2. I probably will be later on, you're right
3. Yeah I dunno why I said that I need to watch my wording.
4. So very very very true. I tell myself that all the time although that doesn't change the fact that I want to be in one.
All valid points, will take note.
does anyone think that a cigarette shared can be more then a friendly gesture?
Guys what do I do. I've been talking to this girl for the past few days and everything has been going well and she knows I have the intentions of being with her as her friend who I'm friends with introduced me to her. Aaaaaaand Valentines Day is right around the corner so I'm guessing getting her a cute little card and maybe an other little gift will be good. Ya know, nothing too big, nothing too small, and it sorta fits how things are going right now.
Ok so I'm watching this thing go down on Facebook.
Person A is leading on person B and person B seems to be completely into person From what I know person A has no interest in person B at all. Thing is, person A doesn't even seem to realize they're leading on person B. I am really fighting the urge to tell person A about what they're doing to person B, but last time something like this happened I got kind of yelled at, guess I ruined her plans of using person B to get whatever it is they want. So I guess I'll just sit back and watch this thing go on for who knows how long, it's been going on for nearly three months now already.
Two similar situations are going on at other places I frequently visit but oh well, doesn't seem like I can do anything even though it bugs me with what there people are doing. Guess I'll sit here and watch the fireworks as I eat a "share size" Skittles bag.
Well, I'm in a weird situation.
My girlfriend of 4 months just doesn't "like" me.
Shes always been weird around me, she doesn't say anything nice to me at all, and shes never really flirted with me. Yesterday I asked her why I feel like she doesn't like me. She pretty much texted me a million things that she dislikes about me, followed with that she just really doesn't like me in general. However, she doesn't want to break up. I'm also pretty sure she is talking to other guys, in a flirtatious way. I would expect the normal thing to do is to break up with her, but I really do like her a lot.
I guess i will try to ask a girl out once more. Been rejected so many times, so I wouldnt even care if i get rejected anotjer time. After this one, i'll just spend the weekends in a bar and see if i gind someone from there.
Why stop trying if you no longer care? If anything, that sounds like incentive to just ask girls out willy nilly. Learning how to stop caring gives you a huge advantage as long as you don't approach girls with an obviously miserable tone. Who cares if she says no? Who cares if she says yes? Just go with it and whatever happens, happens.
If you can get that mindset going, you'll find success. Keep in mind that there's a difference between not caring and expecting failure, the latter turns girls off instantly.
Also, guys get turned down all the time. You aren't the only chap to be rejected a lot. Before I found my current girlfriend, I got turned down all the time. However, each rejection is an isolated incident, they don't impact each other. As in, a girl turning you down doesn't increase/decrease your odds of being turned down the next time. It's like flipping a coin, just because it lands on heads 99 times in a row doesn't (for the sake of the analogy, it's a fair coin) change the odds of the 100th flip. It'll still be a 50/50 chance.
So being rejected, no matter how many times it happens, is no excuse to stop flipping the coin. The odds are the same each time, don't let insecurity convince you otherwise. Very few men go through their lives without meeting rejection multiple times. It makes you stronger.
Now i'll just stop trying and go with the flow, see if i can find someone without trying to find that someone. But yeah, i have stopped caring lately anyway, and i have been going with that mindset.
Around here the girls only go on a date if they have a crush on the guy asking.
Okay quick question, Should I give this friend that has Best-Friend-Zoned me a valentine card?
And this is the girl who once said: I didn't kiss you because it could ruin our friendship.
Yes - No?
I'm going out with a girl on Wednesday and we've been texting flirtatiously since Saturday. Should I be saying something about valentine's day?