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Ok, I have a question.

1) Do guys really like it when girls ask them out rather than the other way round?

2) If a friend of yours who is a girl asks you out but you don't like them romantically, how does this affect you? Like, do you feel flattered that we like you or does it just make things awkward?

Thanks :)

1) It's good for a girl to take some initiative, guys are thick and it's virtually impossible to tell apart who actually likes us, who just flirts a lot or if you're shy but do like us. It doesn't have to go as far as the girls asking the guy out (that does sure things up though) but any help that way makes things clearer.

2) It's both flattering and a little awkward. If the girls acts really hurts about it then it becomes more awkward, if she's more relaxed and seems like she understands it becomes more flattering.

Oops, sorry thought of some more:

1) What is your opinion on shy girls, are they dull or endearing?

2) This one sounds really strange I know but would it bother you if your girlfriend was a lot shorter than you or looked a lot younger even if they acted mature and stuff?

1) In my experience how shy or extrovert a person is is completely unrelated to interesting they are. It's just a bit harder starting out and getting to know people if they're shy. Usually once I've become comfortable with quiet people I much prefer them to the really extroverted ones, but it is a slower process to get to know them.

2) No. Besides, everyone is a lot shorter than me.

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Ok, I have a question.

1) Do guys really like it when girls ask them out rather than the other way round?

2) If a friend of yours who is a girl asks you out but you don't like them romantically, how does this affect you? Like, do you feel flattered that we like you or does it just make things awkward?

Thanks :)

1. Hey, if you want to and we haven't done it yet, it'd sure be refreshing... but it's not required. It does help a lot though even if you don't come right out and ask us, if you just make your feelings known... we really can't tell a lot of times.

2. Generally it will make us feel good, but if the feelings aren't mutual, then yes, usually it will become rather awkward...

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Oops, sorry thought of some more:

1) What is your opinion on shy girls, are they dull or endearing?

2) This one sounds really strange I know but would it bother you if your girlfriend was a lot shorter than you or looked a lot younger even if they acted mature and stuff?

1. Definitely endearing... I usually like more extraverted girls, but there is always something about a shy girl that intrigues us guys lol

2. This I really could care less about. If I like you and you are within appropriate dating age, that's all that matters.

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2. This I really could care less about. If I like you and you are within appropriate dating age, that's all that matters.

What do you define as approspriate age?

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What do you define as approspriate age?

Well, because I'm only 16... maybe 14 would be the absolute youngest I'd date... at this point, they'd definitely have to be in High School. Oldest I'd date is probably 19. These numbers are only for right now, however. When I'm older, the range will change... greater range... I just really consider who would be feasible to date, at this particular age... and a 16 year old dating someone in their 20's or someone in Middle School really isn't logical.

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What do you define as appropriate age?

I know I'm not a guy, but I posted this in another thread and I had to say it again.

Besides honoring your parents, I have to say that there is NO formula for dating. There is no set age that is appropriate for everyone. Some people can have a mature relationship at 14, some people are in college and still don't know how to handle it properly. It depends on who you are, and I think can also depend on your past. I personally have been burned by a guy in the past that I wasn't even dating, and I am still under its effects. So I don't want to date until I know I am healed from this and can handle close friendships with guys. But that's just me. Beyond all else if your parents want you to wait, then you can wait. True love waits, and marriage is a long ways off.

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I know I'm not a guy, but I posted this in another thread and I had to say it again.

I agree, there's no set formula for all people... Dating range is greatly dependent on the individual...

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Ok, I have a question.

1) Do guys really like it when girls ask them out rather than the other way round?

2) If a friend of yours who is a girl asks you out but you don't like them romantically, how does this affect you? Like, do you feel flattered that we like you or does it just make things awkward?

Thanks :)

1) I've been asked out by a few girls, so I really don't mind.

2) Flattered. Nothing really changes in the end though.

Oops, sorry thought of some more:

1) What is your opinion on shy girls, are they dull or endearing?

2) This one sounds really strange I know but would it bother you if your girlfriend was a lot shorter than you or looked a lot younger even if they acted mature and stuff?

1) Endearing

2) No, I had a girlfriend that looked a couple years younger than her actual age.

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So, say you're a 20 year old guy, what is the youngest age you'd consider dating? (for the record, the guy i like is 20 which is why i'm asking) ta!

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So, say you're a 20 year old guy, what is the youngest age you'd consider dating? (for the record, the guy i like is 20 which is why i'm asking) ta!

If I were 20? Hmmm... 17 or 18. 16 would be pushing it a lot in my book.

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Lip gloss or lipstick?

gloss is nice to boost lusciousness :) but I grew a liking for lip stick on girls theres just something very attractive about it but they have to be wearing the right things to pull it off including hair, make up etc but I hate lip on lip kisses with it on >.<

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Lip gloss, lipstick, or neither?

I like vanilla flavored chap-stick (well, I would - not sure if it exists or not, lol). I'm not too picky/focused on that kind of thing, though.

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I like vanilla flavored chap-stick (well, I would - not sure if it exists or not, lol).
Ahaha, yep that exists. Any flavour of chapstick you can think of is probably out there, really. I mean... I Bubble Gum, Chocolate, and even Dr Pepper o_O

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How do we know if your serious? As far as feelings and relationship... How do we know you don't just like us but you love us and want a future? And aren't saying you do to make us happy?

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How do we know if your serious? As far as feelings and relationship... How do we know you don't just like us but you love us and want a future? And aren't saying you do to make us happy?

Honestly, this is really individualistic... but first, you must take into account how old the person you are asking is, are they capable of committing themselves to you? Then you must ask how many people he has previously told the same story to, and ask him to be absolutely honest (if he can't, well... that's a big indicator). Lastly, if you've been with him long enough, there'll come a time when you know. As in, you'll be able to tell when he is being 100% sincere about what he's saying, just as you could with anyone else you've gotten close to... Also, just some general things to look for, has he started putting you ahead of other things in his life without prompting? When he is distressed emotionally, is he comfortable to discuss it with you? (Some guys really never get comfortable with that, so that's not for everyone) Has he truly discussed your future together, or has it been mostly playful and focused on the present? These are all factors you need to take into consideration when determining his level of commitment to you... Ultimately, you have to ask yourself... does he treat me like a future spouse, or am I a short term luxury?

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Very Unique style of dress.. Good or bad?

Define 'unique'. One girl I went to school with said my dress sense was "unique" (seriously, band t shirts and jeans aren't that uncommon:huh:).

Forward or subtle?

Forward. We just don't pick up on subtle very well.

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Forward. We just don't pick up on subtle very well.

To clarify, sometimes we're too stupid to figure it out on our own.

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How do you guys define being "whipped" and do you see that as a good or bad thing? (Not giving my opinion just yet ^^)

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