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What will you do if your ultimate crush ask you for a dinner date? Will you immediately say yes?
Why not approach your crush and request the date? Is that too forward? Some other girl might snag him up.
I only say that because men are attracted to confident women.
Yes, you are right. As they say, grab the opportunity before it gets late. Thank you for your response. It's highly appreciated.
True, but most guys felt if the girl ask him out, it is, as if, she is the one wearing the pants in the relationship.
I am outgoing with everyone except a guy that I truly have a crush on. The saddest and funniest part about about this question is it happened once to me. He said hello to me and I completely forgot my name. I forgot my name, number and everything about me. Lol. So if he asked me on a date I would probably die from shock first.
Well, manage yourself not to faint or anything (Lol). You might miss the chance to dine in and get to know each other more. Thanks for sharing your tickling story. I appreciate it.
He might think you don't like him or think he is a stoker (it happens and guys usually want to avoid these dramas. I even once saw a girl that got it in her head thinking some guy who literally don't know she is alive is stoking her.)
I will say yes straight away. Why pass the opportunity to get to know him. I know this sounds awful but if you have a crush on someone and that someone ask you for a dinner date, that is an opportunity you don't want to miss out on. Be honest to yourself. Go for it babe.
Absolutely! (Unless I knew of some type of "red flags" such as they're dating or involved with someone else or I'm in a committed relationship.) People who don't pursue their "crushes" immediately oftentimes end up in the "Friend Zone" secretly pining away for that person as they date or marry someone else.
Some people have a fear of failure which keeps them from jumping at opportunities they claim they want. For people like that having a "fantasy" is (fun and safe) which in their mind is better than actually getting together and possibly discovering he or she is not the person they imagined them to be. Having arguments and breakups with someone tends to remove our rose colored tinted classes.
My "ultimate crush" is Rose McGowan from TV's "Charmed," ...and if she asked me on a dinner date, my wife would be SUPER pissed. So I'd have to turn Rose down, sadly.
Well, I am a guy and like any guy, I like to be the one calling the shots in a relationship or in other word wearing the pants in a relationship. So...I will firstly say no, and maybe a week or two later, I will come around and ask her out.
Although it did happen once, this girl I really like make the first move ask me out, I said no and when I plan to ask her out one week later, this other guy already ask her out and she said yes. And the bro code say "A bro should not steal another bro's lady." so, I just let it go.
the way I am is a person that would not sugar code nothing so if my crush wanna dinner date then I'm going to let him know HELL YEA!! WHAT TIME,PLACE,I HOPE YOU KNOW YOU PAYING, YOU PICKING ME UP OR WE GONNA MEET UP, ETC. ETC.
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