If a stranger approached you in the street/shop and politely asked you for a date would you ,get angry,,ignore ,call the police,or say ok then,if you fancied him/her?
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A proposed meeting is for getting to know someone! Asking you for your number or to have coffee is not soliciting sex. You may never cross paths again! Not taking risks can lead to regret. It takes courage to introduce yourself to a stranger.
Thanks Valorie,I understand what you are saying here,but I think dashingscorpio does have a point you know,although one does have to be careful these days and always first meet in public place,and then you may strike up new friendship.
Do you really wander up to a woman you don't know anything about, and ask her out? Physical attraction might encourage you to strike up a conversation, but a date with a random person you saw on the street sounds dodgy. Super funny response though.
It makes you angry? Where that sense of humor you asked all of us to have when you insulted fat people in one of your questions? :-)
The humor is, I'm not legitimately angry. I mean, the question seems odd to me. When did it stop being okay to ask a girl on the street out, or to get that cute chick sitting at the beach's number? Who wouldnt at least like the compliment?
Thanks for comment Andy McGuire, Asking women on dates based purely on physical attraction ,is something blokes in their teens and early twenties generally do,but as one matures one looks for for things that can be more important.
Ha-thanks unBroken1,I will leave trench coat at home then..!!!!!
Thanks Sarah Willey,sometimes one has to go for it,as you might of missed the love of you life....regection I think is harder for a bloke as usually bruising the ego seems more painful for us.