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What are your thoughts on the guy being expected to make the first move?
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Look gentlemen, you should always be the one asking, women don't know what they want. You have to give them what they want, and what they want is YOU! That's right gentlemen they want YOU. Honestly you will never know unless you ask even if its a complete stranger. Always ask that's rule number 1. You may be rejected 99 times out of 100 but look on the bright side maybe you got 1 number or 1 date?! Ask 1000 women out and maybe you'll get 10 dates/numbers?! Damn you a player, the 990 that rejected you don't even matter you got 10 dates playa! I should be paid for this advice hot damn gentlemen throw me a CR guest pass in a PM for this.
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Posted 1/16/14 , edited 1/16/14
I've met girls and guys who have different opinions on this matter.

On one hand:
some girls feel that the guy should ask them out other wise they "aint a man" or what ever.
some guys also feel that you should be the one to ask them out as like a "right of passage" and again I say: or whatever

On the other hand:
I have met several guys and gals who don't care either way.

Me I have never been/have had a relationship with anyone, but I feel it doesn't matter who asks who out, but that's my opinion.
I have asked girls out before (shot down by all of them) and been asked out once.
I turned her down because ( Sorry if I sound like a jerk here ) around that time everyone was asking others out mostly due to dares and what not and she had a tendency to lie a lot. because of that I asked her if she was serious, and basically in the end I asked her think about it and if you are ask me again later, but she never did. yet we we're still friends, life is weird like that though haha.
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Well on my case, I grew up on a catholic school so the girls are the closet hiding types. They would always want the guy to make the first move or else it'll be an issue in the entire school.
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Been waiting for an excuse to post this comic a woman being the one to make the first move.

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Posted 1/17/14
Women actually make the first move. But the truth is Men usually don't pick up on it. Go ahead as your SO when they first did something to get your attention bet it was long before the guy was even thinking that way.
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23 / M / 私の心は、日本で
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Posted 1/17/14
If only a scene where both take the initiative at the same time were to appear. Actually i'll write one right now! If you do it too, the thread will probably get locked down, so don't! Or make it short. xD I can't cause i suck at writing.

Since the start of the term Girlu-chan, class A1, has been having many wild fantasies about a boy, Boya-kun. class B1. She cannot help but stare through the window of her class to the classroom opposite, where Boya-kun and class B1 attend. One day, a fine spring day after a holiday of school, Boya-kun takes a quick peek to the classroom opposite, looking at Girlu-chan as he always does and have done. And out of a string of fate, they look simultaneously, their eyes meet through the windows to the opposite classroom. Girlu-chan let's out a loud gasp, "Whee!". The whole class directs their attention to her. Boya-kun instantly blushes, luckily noone in the class notices, but neither does Girlu-chan who looked away in surprise. Boya-kun was happy to finally meet eye to eye with the girl he'd just seen neck and hair of each day.

Now, a nightmare comes through. Their classes end at the same time! But is it really a nightmare? Boya-kun had been writing a letter right after their eyes met. It was hastily written. But so had Girlu-chan. As they leave the classroom. They hand each other the letters and go different directions to read. Girlu-chans letter says in short, "Meet me behind school at 15:00". Boya-kun blushes alot. Now as Girlu-chan reads Boya-kuns letter, she is intrigued by his crazy and unreadable style. Unable to decipher most of it, except a "15:00" she smiles and expects to meet him at the same time that she devised in the letter.

Later that day they meet behind the school. They confess to eachother, speaking at the same time. As if twins. They go closer to each other, as if to kiss in an emotionally led movement. As they grasp eachother closer by their faces, they palm away the lugg of eachother to clearly see eachother before they kiss. But then they notice - they look identical to each other. The hairstyles had hidden it, but, they're twins!


OMG SPINBUSTER TO MY RANDOM STORY TWINS FALL IN LOVE UUHUUEHEE.
FAQ: Why did they confess to eachother at the same time?
A: Because they were twins.

So basically, my hope of making a story where two people in love confess to eachother at the same time, didn't even work out when i myself wrote it. Cause it's so rare to happen. They were twins so that's why they spoke simultaneously, and confessed simultaneously, etc. Lolololol.

I have a feeling this post is too long. >.<
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Posted 1/17/14
Screw that. Back in the day, I thought it was completely exhilarating to get asked out by a girl. Or get stalked. Or get goosed on the butt. Viva Women Who Make The First Move!
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Posted 1/17/14

Phersu wrote:

Who cares who makes the first move? Just don't expect me to do it. I've never been interested enough in a woman to ask. Maybe if I thought it would be fun/interesting/amusing, I'd do it.


Well like I said, I've never been in a romantic relationship (nor do I plan on having one any time soon) and find the whole thing to be quite a trivial matter. It's just here for those who are interested in answering to voice their thoughts.
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Posted 1/17/14
I find this thread to be quite amusing! From a guy's point of view, I have always made the first move, but to be honest, in most cases, the girls "friend" usually informed me that so and so liked me. That being said, I would have been clueless to the attraction otherwise. So, did I really make the first move? In the end, does it matter? So long as the end result is a coupling of sorts, who the F cares!
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Posted 1/17/14 , edited 1/17/14
*remembers*

Some of us in the male department can be pretty dense, so there's definitely a time when a woman should make the first move. Some of us kinda need to be told straight up, heh.

And it does work. Ask my wife.

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Posted 3/6/14
I think that whole "Guys got to make the first move" thing is out-dated. A guy shouldn't be expected to do everything first, it's boring. Add a little spice in the relationship lol.
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Posted 3/6/14 , edited 3/6/14
I think it basically just comes down to the personality types involved (ie: a timid person would need a louder, so to speak, person to do the asking) rather than gender. There could also be the aspect involved of worrying about losing a friendship, in some cases, where you'd need the more risk-friendly party to make the move.

As for me, most likely the other party would have to be the one to make the first move.
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19 / M / Australia
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Posted 3/6/14
I was actually in the minority who was asked, but it turns out she was rebounding.

Yes guys should make the first move. It's culture now. But of course getting asked by the opposite (or same if you're into that) gender would always be welcome.
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Posted 3/6/14
*Insert inevitable loner comment here*
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Posted 3/6/14
The stereotype still exists, but no one really gives a damn. It's ridiculous to expect something of someone just because of their gender.

That being said, generically speaking, women tend to be much less straight forward than men, and therefore tend to "make the first move" by being excessively flirty rather than outright asking a guy out. But many women do just ask. It depends on personality more than gender.

I am constantly infuriated by my one friend who crushes on guys but never gets up the nerve to be direct with them. But she's a very shy girl. It is because she is shy that she will not ask, not because she feels it is the guy's duty to ask.
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