Do you think girls like to be approached by guys?
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I agree that some girls like to be approached by guys, but I think those are the minority. Girls that like to be apporached by guys are probably in the majority. I mean, many sites that provide information for how to court a girl, tell guys that you should try to approach girls instead of assuming that girls would approach you. Also, theres seemingly a majority of girls that like guys who are confident and know what they're doing. Its probably better not to be overly-confident though.
Girls like confident guys most likely because it shows masculinity and some girls like really masculine guys. You said "...they are likely to ignore or reject them as soon as possible", but that implies that the guy will confess to the girl.
A guy should greet the girl, comment about something in particular, then ask some questions. Don't talk too much though because I think a lot of girls don't like that. Its better if theres balance in the conversation.
I have a sister, and she tells me stories all the time of guys who confessed to her friends upon first meeting them. The whole situation just turned out awkward she said.
http://theartofcharm.com... i believe this website makes good points on gaining confidence with girls, this is why i now believe that all girls (except the taken ones) wait for guys who are interested in them to approach them, and from there they can choose from the guys who best suit their interest. It isn't awkward to throw in some signals even from the first 10 minutes of meeting the girl.
I think this website gives some pretty good info too: http://www.ehow.com...
I don't know about signals, I think it depends. I mean lets say you winked at her as a signal, what if she just thinks your creepy? Different girls would probably react differently to the signals. In my opinion though, if you say hi to a girl or do them a courtesy of some sort and they don't do anything to respond back because they think you're creepy for some reason, it would probably be best not to try to date her. I mean, if she acts like that, there's probably a good chance she's either stuck up, not amiable, or just selfish. I wouldn't make a judgement like that too early though, assuming you just met the girl.
Yeah, I would say that most girls that go clubbing would be single and go there to meet guys. If you ever think of asking out a coworker though, I don't know about that. I mean most people don't like to date coworkers, maybe because they think it'll interfere with work?
Oh yeah the girl I was talking about in the comments, she lives in the residence house next to the one I live in. I barely see her though and I honestly wouldn't have the confidence to approach her. I guess I'm kind of afraid too of messing up, since I've heard first impressions are important. Theres also another girl I met in the dining hall, she's alright, but she isn't really my type. I know her pretty well now though, but I don't want to get in a relationship with her. But I also don't want to hurt her feelings if I start dating the girl I like.
I actually met this other girl when I was making an origami and she saw it and commented about it. I wasn't even trying to get her attention. Maybe I could try the same thing for the other girl, doing it intentionally near her but idk if she'd even ask about it. Its almost the end of the school year too, and I'm afraid I'm not going to see her again afterwards. I just want to get to know her before it ends, and keep in touch.
Harvey-S forfeited this round.
Well, Con forfeited. Generally, girls like to be approached by guys. Vote Pro.
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Vote Placed by UtherPenguin 8 months ago
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