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She's too friendly

Started this discussion. Last reply by JonEdanger Jan 8, 2014. 150 Replies

Hey, so I've got sort of a confusing situation with a girl. I've been going to a Swing dancing group for a year now, and there's a girl I'd often seen there but never talked to. But a few weeks ago I…Continue

Conflicting Signals

Started this discussion. Last reply by Justin Oct 22, 2013. 8 Replies

Hello everyone. So I have a bit of a confusing situation. For the past few months I've been talking to a girl more and more often. We've known each other for a few years, and have a bit of a history.…Continue

 

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Boondocker replied to Justin's discussion She's too friendly
"Yes, I know exactly what is going on.  You are stuck in your head trying to "figure things out" when you should be talking to her and telling her the truth.  People are far to complex to be figured out by others.  Talk to…"
Jan 8, 2014
Benjamin Edward replied to Justin's discussion She's too friendly
"I'm a Christian myself and grew up in fundamentalist Christian circles... therefore I've seen a lot of awkward guy/girl interactions. She probably things you're too nice... a lot of Christian guys are.  But a cursory reading of…"
Jan 8, 2014
Kluk J. replied to Justin's discussion She's too friendly
"I liked the quote from Tolkien. I don't know if there's the one, but certainly, with certain ones, we need to do less effort to things go well =D"
Jan 5, 2014
Nathanael replied to Justin's discussion She's too friendly
"Maybe, but it would be better still to be neither an aloof partial asshole nor desperate/overeager."
Jan 5, 2014
MDBuss replied to Justin's discussion She's too friendly
"Maybe. But in my experience, it works. Not saying he should be a total asshole, just that an aloof approach is more likely to succeed than coming off as desperate/overeager. "
Jan 5, 2014
Nathanael replied to Justin's discussion She's too friendly
"But what I described is hardly how the "One" is commonly understood.  It is understood to be someone out there, somewhere, who a person is "meant" to be with, who will be an ideal fit for them, who one will never fall out of…"
Jan 5, 2014
Michael D. Denny replied to Justin's discussion She's too friendly
"Nathanael, the dumbass here is you.   You just described what makes the "One" the one.  Dumbass. "
Jan 5, 2014
Mark replied to Justin's discussion She's too friendly
"If you like her then ask her out, and if you do not turn out to like her then just leave her alone or stay friends"
Jan 5, 2014
Pale Horse replied to Justin's discussion She's too friendly
"My uncle says he hates LaForge because he doesn't have to bang on the engine and cuss at it like Scotty. :P"
Jan 4, 2014
Nathanael replied to Justin's discussion She's too friendly
"I know your comment was for Justin, but since you're spreading stupid ideas on a public forum, I felt free to comment.  The concept is bullshit.  It makes no sense from a naturalistic perspective, and fares little better in most…"
Jan 4, 2014
Braeden P.D. replied to Justin's discussion She's too friendly
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Jan 4, 2014
Jérôme Denis Andre replied to Justin's discussion She's too friendly
">Advicing to look into PUA for establishing a commited, loving LT relationship. No, I think if at all, then you are the troll here. PUA will ... might (it mainly seems a numbers game) work with a drunk girl in a bar. But every woman of decent…"
Jan 4, 2014
Jérôme Denis Andre replied to Justin's discussion She's too friendly
"How about beeing in a comitted relationship, without having married, and having a loving partner at your side?Dude ... What you have wrote here is essentially why I, as a german, really have a problem with the US concept of "dating".…"
Jan 4, 2014
Nathanael replied to Justin's discussion She's too friendly
"Internet players are hilarious."
Jan 4, 2014
Nathanael replied to Justin's discussion She's too friendly
"There is no One, dumbass. "
Jan 4, 2014
MDBuss replied to Justin's discussion She's too friendly
"You need to make yourself a valuable commodity - show her that you're not a lapdog that will follow her everywhere. Don't return her phone calls (or Snapchats (?) or whatever), make a date and cancel last minute etc.. Girls have no…"
Jan 3, 2014

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