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Posted 12/6/07 , edited 4/14/08
hmmmmmmmmmm would be strange but years from then ull look back and laugh or somone will laugh at u
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umm it should be the guy asking the girl out first...guys need to make the first move, usually girls are shy
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lilvietgurl wrote:

umm it should be the guy asking the girl out first...guys need to make the first move, usually girls are shy


and you think some of us aren't shy? -_-'' sigh
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lilvietgurl wrote:

umm it should be the guy asking the girl out first...guys need to make the first move, usually girls are shy


and you think some of us aren't shy? -_-'' sigh
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lilvietgurl wrote:

umm it should be the guy asking the girl out first...guys need to make the first move, usually girls are shy


and you think some of us aren't shy? -_-'' sigh


My thoughts exactly, all girls who think this way, are just enforcing current stereotypes of men in society. If girls have expectations of emotionless males, well then that is what boys will be raised to become, not sensitive men who actually care.

Think of it this way, if a guy is not shy, then he's more likely than not been in the dating game too long to care, and any girl he asks out is just another number to him (unless he is just brimming with self confidence, and most people are not, let alone men). Shy guys are shy for the same reason girls are, and imposing this expectation for men to always take the initiative is unreasonable and selfish at best.

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tou_xiong07 wrote:

girls asking guy out that is soo cooll


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Posted 12/6/07 , edited 4/14/08
well, it's a traditional thing for guys to ask girls.

but i think girls who are differernt, as in they ask first, are awesome. it doesn't mean they're desparate, just means they're not scared.
Posted 12/6/07 , edited 4/14/08
Times have change, so i think its okay for girls to ask guys out. But mostly, girls will not have the guts to do it, this is to maintain their chaste image..
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I thought it be awkward for a girl to confess...
probably not...
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cbisram wrote:


La0soulja wrote:


lilvietgurl wrote:

umm it should be the guy asking the girl out first...guys need to make the first move, usually girls are shy


and you think some of us aren't shy? -_-'' sigh


My thoughts exactly, all girls who think this way, are just enforcing current stereotypes of men in society. If girls have expectations of emotionless males, well then that is what boys will be raised to become, not sensitive men who actually care.

Think of it this way, if a guy is not shy, then he's more likely than not been in the dating game too long to care, and any girl he asks out is just another number to him (unless he is just brimming with self confidence, and most people are not, let alone men). Shy guys are shy for the same reason girls are, and imposing this expectation for men to always take the initiative is unreasonable and selfish at best.



Exactly, we're all scared of rejection is why we're shy in the first place? must they feel the need for us men to take the pain/humiliation all the time espcially when half of the men out there don't know or really haven't thought about that person like that or want to risk getting rejected but then we take that chance now don't we? and we learn from it why can't some of you ladies do the same(of course this doesn't apply to those that already do take chances ^^).

EDIT: Heh lifes too short to not stand up and do something that I'll say, for instance today I wanted to go re-apply for a job I got rejected a few months back, but got discouraged because of the employee who was cruel and declined my application. I didn't want to go back but I really had high hopes for it so I went again in the freezing damn cold took 3hours to get there and get back home because I was lost LOL ><(but yes back on track) take that chance if you got it, and yes I got the job^^.
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I think it's fine if girls ask guys out. I think it's just kind of embarassing to confess...
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I think it's fine if girls ask guys out. I think it's just kind of embarassing to confess...


It would be if they didn't know well enough to how the person would react to the situation
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Posted 12/6/07 , edited 4/14/08
It's really sweet when a girl asks a guy out. I don't like the idea of guys just being the ones to have to do it. A girl has control of her own life, too. So, if she feels like confessing, that's awesome. ^__^
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whoa.. fast posts. I think majority of the people feel embarassed no matter how long you knew the person. You make yourself vulnerable when u confess and only few are strong enough to bear it.
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jellysh wrote:

whoa.. fast posts. I think majority of the people feel embarassed no matter how long you knew the person. You make yourself vulnerable when u confess and only few are strong enough to bear it.


It's not the fact how long you knew them for it's how well you know them, i.e how would the person who is wanting to confess go on about confessing to someone who they know isn't going to take it seriously? they wouldn't

EDIT: I'm not sure if that even made sense, getting tired ;_;
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