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should girls be more assertive and ask guys out?
Posted 2/6/08

cocoluvnihon wrote:

I don't see anything wrong with it. Back in the day I use to ask guys out all the time, but then again I was rejected all the time too . Yeah, maybe it's not such a good idea but hey I was in high school and wanted a man


Damn, that just sounds desperate, and not to offend, a bit shallow. The whole "wanted a man." part. Then again who doesn't want love and to feel like they fit in.
Posted 2/6/08

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jesusosorio wrote:


thermopyle wrote:


DKangN3 wrote:

I hate to break it to you, but a guy who wants to date you for your body is just as likely, if not more, to ask you out. Sorry.


QFT

I don't think it bears any repeating but no matter what a guy says ladies, we look at your body first, then your personality. Sorry, just how our minds work.

I think the same applies to girls, with perhaps other contributers such as wealth and success being a turn on I guess. haha



Again... Listen to this man because you can learn from his example. This is about as real as it gets people...


haha thanks, but I'm just stating what is [well I think so anways] common knowledge.


Don't be so modest man. Most of the users on CR are pretty young and you'd be surprised at how much they don't know. Then again, experience comes with age and all that jazz...
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Posted 2/6/08
no if they dont have the ball to do the asking than let it be...
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Posted 2/6/08

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zomfg wrote:

noooooo asking boys out is scawey =(


right, you're probably beating them off with a broom.



yep, by the bucket load =.=

i think girls are more embarrassed to ask a guy out than a guy is to ask a girl because guys can usually laugh rejection off with their friends and they won't really ask any questions. where as with a girl her friends will ask a million questions and will try and comfort her which will only make it a kabillion times worse. also girls are nicer with rejection, they'll probably give a shitty but spare your feelings excuse as why they don't want to date you whereas a guy will probably be like "no. you're too ugly." or something like that.

scawey !
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Posted 2/7/08

eternitytofu wrote:

not assertive! aggressive!


Lol. my sis is!!

i don't really know.. it is the 21st century
guys should be the "ones" asking (first) but girls can too..
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Posted 2/7/08

zomfg wrote:


thermopyle wrote:


zomfg wrote:

noooooo asking boys out is scawey =(


right, you're probably beating them off with a broom.



yep, by the bucket load =.=

i think girls are more embarrassed to ask a guy out than a guy is to ask a girl because guys can usually laugh rejection off with their friends and they won't really ask any questions. where as with a girl her friends will ask a million questions and will try and comfort her which will only make it a kabillion times worse. also girls are nicer with rejection, they'll probably give a shitty but spare your feelings excuse as why they don't want to date you whereas a guy will probably be like "no. you're too ugly." or something like that.

scawey !


The guy may be laughing with his friends but he just got a cannon shot straight through him.
Self-esteem = Zero

A sugar-coated rejection hurts much more than a straightforward one. 'Sparing your feelings' is
just an excuse for cowards and much more mean to the person being rejected. Dont you think
they at least deserve to know the truth of WHY you don't want to date them?

A straight answer at least doesn't leave you with unanswered questions and will let you heal
much quicker by letting you move on.
Posted 2/7/08
i wish they would it would be alot easier
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Posted 2/7/08

thermopyle wrote:


zomfg wrote:


thermopyle wrote:


zomfg wrote:

noooooo asking boys out is scawey =(


right, you're probably beating them off with a broom.



yep, by the bucket load =.=

i think girls are more embarrassed to ask a guy out than a guy is to ask a girl because guys can usually laugh rejection off with their friends and they won't really ask any questions. where as with a girl her friends will ask a million questions and will try and comfort her which will only make it a kabillion times worse. also girls are nicer with rejection, they'll probably give a shitty but spare your feelings excuse as why they don't want to date you whereas a guy will probably be like "no. you're too ugly." or something like that.

scawey !


The guy may be laughing with his friends but he just got a cannon shot straight through him.
Self-esteem = Zero

A sugar-coated rejection hurts much more than a straightforward one. 'Sparing your feelings' is
just an excuse for cowards and much more mean to the person being rejected. Dont you think
they at least deserve to know the truth of WHY you don't want to date them?

A straight answer at least doesn't leave you with unanswered questions and will let you heal
much quicker by letting you move on.


ouch. i just got pwned.

yeh i guess so, but guys and girls think way differently. i think most girls aren't confident enough to ask a guy out. idk =.=
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Posted 2/7/08

zomfg wrote:


thermopyle wrote:


zomfg wrote:


thermopyle wrote:


zomfg wrote:

noooooo asking boys out is scawey =(


right, you're probably beating them off with a broom.



yep, by the bucket load =.=

i think girls are more embarrassed to ask a guy out than a guy is to ask a girl because guys can usually laugh rejection off with their friends and they won't really ask any questions. where as with a girl her friends will ask a million questions and will try and comfort her which will only make it a kabillion times worse. also girls are nicer with rejection, they'll probably give a shitty but spare your feelings excuse as why they don't want to date you whereas a guy will probably be like "no. you're too ugly." or something like that.

scawey !


The guy may be laughing with his friends but he just got a cannon shot straight through him.
Self-esteem = Zero

A sugar-coated rejection hurts much more than a straightforward one. 'Sparing your feelings' is
just an excuse for cowards and much more mean to the person being rejected. Dont you think
they at least deserve to know the truth of WHY you don't want to date them?

A straight answer at least doesn't leave you with unanswered questions and will let you heal
much quicker by letting you move on.


ouch. i just got pwned.

yeh i guess so, but guys and girls think way differently. i think most girls aren't confident enough to ask a guy out. idk =.=


most people have a hard time asking out anyone because they know it'll make them vulnerable. yes or no. either word will make you incredibly happy, the other totally depressed. It's not exclusive to either gender. =]





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Posted 2/7/08
Well!

Eventhough its a new millenium now!

But still girls still needs to be conservative in style

and very challenging ^_^

Yeah love that one
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Posted 2/7/08
i think i would be more attracted to a girl if shes asked me out.
Posted 2/7/08
why not? Its fun to ask people on a date!
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Posted 2/7/08
I'll clarify what all the guys saying, "I think it'd be cute/hot/attractive/better for a girl to ask me out" are really thinking.

"Dude, I bet she'll put out!"

True story.
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Posted 2/7/08

yumili wrote:

why not? Its fun to ask people on a date! :D


not if they say no

i think it b nice for a change that a girl would ask a guy out, though i would say no
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