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Are you supposed to call/text someone immediately when you get their number so they they have yours? I never thought it was a big deal, especially because in this situation I saved it for future reference (as in, "call me when you're back on campus") and we have each other on Facebook and mostly talk on there anyway. I figured if he wanted to call/text first he'd ask for it.
A girl I never dated (who I used to be interested in, who knew I was interested in her, and was interested in me at one point too) invited me to her birthday dinner on Sunday.
I haven't talked to her since Christmas (we basically parted ways since last summer for school). I texted her a week ago about going to an event we went to last year with some friends for old times sake, but she couldn't go because it was the day before her birthday. After a few random exchanges over the past week (none lasting more than 3 texts) she suddenly invites me to her birthday dinner, where I'll be the only guy.
I have no idea what to make of that. The logical side is saying she just wants to catch up with an old friend. The emotional side says something else.
Any thoughts or advice? THank you.
if a girl ask me for my number does that make me a little bitch?
Ye, but I guess it could've been something I could've done during the party to drop a hint.
I guess the whole 'not knowing if she likes me' thing is what makes this exciting (in both the good and bad way) for me.
Is it considered odd to ask someone out over facebook? Or should I do it?
Consistency is important here. If you're playful irl, don't become super serious on text and vice-versa. I mention this because people will expect the same kind of energy to pass onto the text and if your tone changes it can cause an error in translation and kill the conversation.
How can I be less boring when I'm texting someone?
I am fine talking irl but I suck at texting.
There is an art to giving compliments. They should be spontaneous, unexpected, specific, and sincere while also having some consistency.
Many girls put a lot of time, effort, and money into their appearance. If you learn to notice the details and can give a good SINCERE compliment then it works a charm.
DON'T get in the habit of telling a girl how good she looks all the time. It loses it's impact and sincerity.
DON'T give compliments when she is fishing for them. It should be spontaneous. The best time is when you notice the thing you are complimenting, and to notice it you have to be paying attention.
And DON'T be generic - be specific.
Compliment ANY girl not just the hot ones you want to screw (pro tip: all girls have a hot friend ) - but only when it is deserved. It must be sincere, never compliment something you don't really like.
Aside from compliments it is also good to know how to insult a girl in a playful way.
So yesterday as I was walking around in the sun I saw this guy literally run up behind a girl and lead with "Excuse me! I really don't mean to scare you at all but I just thought you looked amazing...", that's all I heard.
Not sure how it turned out but if nothing else the guy showed balls, was impressed.
Sorry, sometimes your delivery is much more self centered rather than focused on helping others. It's comes across as ego centric. If you're not than you're not, that's just what I've noticed in the years I've been involved in the incarnations of the relationship thread.
I don't mean to be confrontational or negative, it's just grating after a while.
There's no way you're going to pull some kind of seniority trump card for my respect. I respect users on the content and quality of their posts. It's very much earned. The users I respect, I have good reason for it. The users I don't, I have good reason for that as well.
I have a question for all the guys... What do u want from a girl,.... like what do u like and dislike in a girl..... i just dont get a guys brain at all.....
What is this you're talking about?
Delete this please.
It's just him bragging about hooking up lol. 100% guarantee it was just something smarmy that he pulled off.
I agree and disagree. Polygamists and cheaters are not the same thing. The difference though is honesty. Cheaters are dishonest. Polygamists have many lovers but are open about it and not deceiving anyone.
Also (making some broad generalisations here) men cheat for sex women cheat for romance. The reason doesn't matter. Similarly polygamists might get all their romance from one partner but find they want sex with mulitiple partners, or vice versa.
However, I couldn't share a woman so couldn't expect a woman to share me. One at a time for me. Though I do think there are people out there that can do it fine.
That isn't all that they love about tongues. Heyyooooo
Did you pick them up after.... Or.... What? Did she pick them up? I'm concerned and I'm not sure why.
Before all of you begin overthinking every text message, scream YOLO and just do it anyway. Seriously you will come out on top
She was a big part of my life. Meeting more women would just make me upset.
Let me rephrase that. Basically, i cared about her a ton. I need time to get over her. Meeting more women right now wouldn't be the best thing right now
Best strategies to handle rejection?
Hey guys. My girlfriend broke up with me today after a year and a half. Any tips to help get over her a little quicker?
I was dumped... and I still Like him.... sad....
Hey RT, so I've been sitting next to this girl in one of my classes who's pretty cute and seems nice and we talk quite a bit in class and stuff. Knowing as little about this stuff as I do, I'm not sure if there's even a little bit of chemistry between us or if she's just being friendly and stuff, and I've been holding back from even thinking about her as a girl to date or anything for two reasons:
1) There's this guy who always comes over and talks to her before class, and I always see them eating lunch together, so I don't know if they like each other or anything. But today after he went to his seat after talking to her, one of our mutual friends who sits in front of us was all like "Aww, you're so adorable," and the girl I sit next to (the one who this whole thing is about) was like "No. No." (very adamantly, not like, giggly). So that may or may not be a problem.
2) I'm a junior in high school, and she's a senior, and she'll be going to college out of state next year.
Sooo... Is this worth pursuing at all, or should I just forget about it?
Sorry to break it to you Freezer, there's no such thing.
Just following up to the break up I asked you guys about yesterday. She just left. We ended on good terms, so I'm happy about that, and she took it (fairly) well. She kind of knew something was wrong, so she was expecting it. Thanks for the help, though. It's nice to have some input sometimes.
We're both pretty bummed, though. Balls, man. Balls.
Hey, been a long time lurker of this thread and used a lot of the advice given to good effect, so thanks for that, but now I've got a question that I haven't seen before (although it's probably been asked).
So a quick bit of history. I went to a party in December, a friend of mine told his girlfriend to bring a friend of hers because he thought that she would be good for me (poor set-up, I know). My ex decided to turn up to the party and I ended up spending the night arguing with her, so never got a chance to speak to this girl and never seen her since. Then two weeks ago, she randomly added me on Facebook, which I thought nothing of (I didn't even know who it was at first).
Jump forward to Friday, I was at a party when she showed up with my friends girlfriend. As the night went on, we ended up talking and eventually spending all night together in town. We've been talking over Facebook over the weekend and there's something there (similar interests, get on well etc).
Now for the question. I'm definately going to ask her out, I'm not here to waste your time asking if I should, but what I ask is when should I, considering that I've got a couple of 'lads holidays' coming up in the next month, where it's basically an excuse to go to a sunny place, drink lots of alcohol and have lots of sex. I could just go for a good time and not get involved in any of that, but I don't know if it would look good to her if I took her out once or twice, then disappeard to a week long party, twice. Obviously a couple of dates isn't a committed relationship, so it wouldn't necessarily be cheating, but it wouldn't seem right to me.
What do you guys think of the situation when you're always the one who has to start the conversation with a girl? It's happened to me a few times with people who were completely different so I don't really know what to make of it.
Here's my situation...
Grace: My bestfriend of many years, recently i've found myself attracted to her and i definatly have feelings for her. I would like to act on these feelings but I'm afraid of ruining things between us.
Will: Grace's unsensitive boyfriend of almost 4 years, and also a good friend of mine.
Will an Grace get in arguments everyday, are never in a good mood when around each other, and yet after 3 years they hardly know anything about each other, not to mention they have extremely few things in common. I know some relationships work no matter what but this makes no sense at all. When its only Grace an I together we laugh have fun doing nothing at all, so I can't help but wonder how much better things would be if I was with Grace instead of Will.
(being real serious here, so please don't be a jerk)
That's shitty logic.
What was so bad about his first move? He got into a relationship too quickly and probably thought that he really liked her. He's definitely not an ass for doing that.
Maybe it'll act like a double negative
I liked hanging out with her. It happened really quickly. We met, started sleeping together, then started dating. I mean, I would love to keep hanging out with her, and the sex is good, but I don't think I can give her what she wants. She's awesome, though. I just know that breaking up would suck, largely because she's kind of the only friend I have right now.
That's really selfish of me.
EDIT: She's also about to lose her job (her contract runs out soon), and she isn't even close to finding something else, so.... doing it now would be a major arsehole move.
I've got a question, once a relationship is ended, not matter what the period of time is should contact be cut.
I think I need to break up with my girlfriend. I like her a lot, but purely as a friend.... I mean she's fun, and I love doing things with her, but I don't see a future with her at all. Bummer
We've only been together four months: does anyone usually develop feelings after this point? I just don't want to waste any more of her time.
He's also a dude lol.