I've liked this girl I work with for a couple months. I asked for her number a couple weeks ago, and we've texted a few times since. About a week ago I asked her if she wanted to join me for a walk,…Continue
Hey guys, ever since I first held a bow in high school I've always wanted to get into archery, but I haven't seriously considered it until now. Me and a couple friends were talking about buying a…Continue
I met a girl a few months ago. She came to a new years party I was throwing at my house, and then we hung out with friends a few times after that. I started to like her and I thought she kind of…Continue
"I taught myself how to play guitar almost entirely by watching videos. Marty Schwartz is by far the best guitar teacher on YouTube, so I would suggest checking him out. Get the basic chords down and work on transitioning between them. I suggest…"
"First of all, take a deep breath. Stop over thinking this. You successfully went on a run with her. Good job!
Regarding Saturday, I don't think she's making excuses. Because to be honest, you were not being clear enough about your…"
"She was telling you that she wants you to ask her out. She has potential plans which means that if something better comes up she will take it.
Asking a woman out on a date, is telling her that you like her and want to date her. You don't…"
"Alright so I just got back from my run with her. Went pretty well I thought. Towards the end I asked her what her plans for the rest of the week were. She said she was going out either Thursday or Friday and then working on Saturday, so I asked her…"
"To echo what D.J. said, it is a really good sign she is still up for the run with you!
I would, personally, would make the most of the summer and sunshine. As D.J. suggests go take her to a cafe for lunch then I would suggest to go for a stroll…"
"First off, it's a good thing she's still down for a run. It means shes interested in doing things with you.
As for a date, bowling could be fun. I've never been on a bowling date but it sounds good. The only drawback I can see…"
"So we didn't end up going for a run yesterday. Her grandmother got sick and she ended up spending the morning in the hospital. I saw her at work today and told her that if she wanted to go for that run to let me know, and she said she'd…"
"What D.J. said, in spades. Telling her how you feel is pressure for her to return those feelings, so if she's ambiguous, shy, or at least not ready to marry you (!), her most likely response is to back away.
Take her out and let her…"
"I would recommend against just flat out telling her "I like you" or anything along those lines. That screams awkwardness. Based on what you've told us here, she's into you. Good. Now capitalize on it. I suggest asking her out on…"
I've liked this girl I work with for a couple months. I asked for her number a couple weeks ago, and we've texted a few times since. About a week ago I asked her if she wanted to join me for a walk, where I was going to tell her how I feel. She said she had to watch her niece, but then responded with 'next time?', so not all hope was lost.Today I we were texting some more and I asked her if she was still up for a walk. She said she had just gone for one, but then counter-offered that I go with…See More
"I think that there's some truth to the essay, but I think that overthinking ways to reform that aspect of things can exacerbate that very problem. Trying to contrive artificial ways to get people to bond is exactly the kind of thing that…"
"I'd like to chime in to second this. I didn't believe that a crystal deodorant could possibly work, but I decided to give one a shot a few months ago after becoming tired of my clothes being ruined by antiperspirants.
A crystal is not an…"
"I see the change as less an elevation of political issues and more a lowering of traditional religious ones. If you look back to "the old days" when churches, to a large extent, were the communities in which people lived, communities…"
"I'd say go at it, especially as it's Christmas, a time when people tend to dress with a bit more frivolity (e.g. deliberately appalling Christmas jumpers. I have one with a snowman). In my head I'm imagining either the bow-tie, shirt…"