Discussion in 'Vaginarium' started by Anticipate, Feb 18, 2007.
I am completely clueless- how does a girl get a guy to ask her out, have a relationship, etc.?
How about you do something women rarely ever do and speak what is on your mind? If he has the slightest inkling of interest in you, if you mention date - he'll agree. The relationship part is what you are going to have to work out. Chemistry can't be forced, and neither can you force a man into submission.
I have no clue how to make conversation with guys. I am not even talking about asking a guy out- I'm just talking about making conversation.
talk about shit they have intrest in or just make small talk, about music or work or just about anything, just be yourself.
Do you have a specific guy in mind? Or are you referring to creating conversation with a stranger.? If its the latter, just make a somewhat witty observation of you environment around you - or compliment him. If hes into you, he'll respond in kind and attempt to generate conversation with you. Answer his questions and leave them open ended so he either has to ask more, or you have to pose a question to him.
How old are you?
well really, you cant get a guy to ask you out if he doesnt want a relationship. talking about interests and making yourself available will only work if he is interested in having you.
Don't guys try to talk to you all the time? I have never really heard about girls having this problem.
Ask him out, there's nothing wrong with a girl asking a guy out. In fact I've never heard a guy say he wouldn't like it.
sure, you can flirt with him and that would probably work, but a quicker way would be to tell him you'd like for him to take you somewhere.
And don't rush things or be pushy...You'll look desperate.
you might want to give us a little background.
age, closest you have come to a relationship, homeschooled or something?
1-10 hotness scale would honestly help people give better advice, though i can see you might not want to.
the easiest thing you could do would be to give him your number and say, "call me."
ding ding ding
Yeah if he doesn't call in a few days he does not like you.
This thread just kills me...
I love how when a guy makes a thread asks the same question - but on how to get a girl, there are pages and pages of step-by-step instructions on what he should/shouldnt do...and then we get this thread and all the advice boils down to..."give him your number"?!?!
Because all a guy wants are boobs and beer.
she didnt give us anything to work with...
we dont know her age, problems shes run into trying it on her own, background, attractiveness, what kind of guy shes trying to get and where shes trying to get him...
I'm 25 (as I've written in other threads). I have been told that I am pretty by guys. I usually date guys I meet on the internet. I don't mind the internet dating, except that usually after the second/third date, the guy will inevitably call me and say something along the lines of, "you're a sweet girl, but I don't see us having a relationship." In fact, just today, I got a call from a guy saying the same thing, he said there are "issues," but when I asked him what the issues were, he wouldn't answer me, just hung up. I wasn't interested in him anyway, but I wanted to know what his "issues" with me were, because maybe it would help me in dating other guys.
No, but trust me, these guys were not looking for someone to sleep with this early in a relationship. (I date guys who are strictly religious and are waiting for marraige).
Well, I cant agree with everything you said, but my point of my first post was to try to get her some help past "give her your number..." and you definitly did that...well done.
She said she's been told she is pretty by guys.
No, I'm a girl.
Basically I cant agree with all of what you said because I dont know, all I've got are good guesses...
I thought it might be better if she actually got advice from a guy...
its a simple fact, how attractive, and what kind of attractive, you are makes a big difference in picking the right approach.
No, they weren't responding to my making a self-deprecating statement (which I don't do anyway, because it shows a lack of self esteem). The times they told me I was pretty were when we met for a date, they said you look pretty.