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#53 - jefftheeel
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(08/07/2013) [-]
Allow me to add on. Guys also have to ask this lady out. If there friends, He's risking a friendship! If she says no, he lost a friendship. It would be so awkward for this to happen. Meanwhile all the woman has to do is wait. It's funny to me how when a girl likes a guy she'll just wait. She won't ask him out, girls aren't supposed to do that.

MFW this happened to me
#198 to #53 - MetalGirafe
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(08/07/2013) [-]
It actually really sucks for girls because most of them wait and... nothing ever happens.
#135 to #53 - zorororonoa
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(08/07/2013) [-]
I have never heard of asking a girl out and her refusing lead to you guys not being friends anymore.
#131 to #53 - anon
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(08/07/2013) [-]
they're
#122 to #53 - forszhen
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(08/07/2013) [-]
Explain to me why your friend would ditch the friendship because you like her and she doesn't like you back? She must be a really ****** friend and if that's the case, it's a good thing she's leaving. Which is why I've never understood why people cry over the "friend zone". If a girl doesn't like you, **** it. Move on. I'm not trying to come off as a dick but you gotta man up! Girls like when a man takes charge and takes a risk to ask her out. They don't want a shy little boy who's scared of everything. Girls like confidence. I've learned this through experience. I was once that typical shy, beta guy and maybe this small piece of advice might help you out.
#242 to #122 - confidence
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(08/07/2013) [-]
Good advice girls do love me
#215 to #122 - ninjaspartan ONLINE
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(08/07/2013) [-]
Well hey now. Maybe I like a confident, *********** take charge chick who goes for what she wants. Maybe I want to be with a girl that likes me instead of a girl that I like for a change. Maybe I just want to be on the receiving end with Caesar's thumb to yay or nay someone who likes me.

Being "Alpha" is overrated and every girl that you have to ask out just ends up being a bitch that doesn't last for a month. If no girl asks me out, then all I need to do is better myself until one does. That's all there is to it. That's what being "Alpha" really is.
#132 to #122 - newsuperyoshi
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(08/07/2013) [-]
Because if that happens, it would most likely be very awkward for them and then they're friendship would fizzle out until they just never talk to eachother, not knowing what to say...

It's happened to me as well.
#124 to #122 - jefftheeel
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(08/07/2013) [-]
I have no idea why she just stopped talking to me. I'm really beta. But I went to the ******* extremes. Sang her a song in front of people and I asked her out. And I guess when she said "I'm flattered" it was basically saying "I'm done talking to you."    
   
MFW when she rejected me in front of everyone
I have no idea why she just stopped talking to me. I'm really beta. But I went to the ******* extremes. Sang her a song in front of people and I asked her out. And I guess when she said "I'm flattered" it was basically saying "I'm done talking to you."

MFW when she rejected me in front of everyone
#206 to #124 - comandante
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(08/07/2013) [-]
any advice on that? i'd like to try it myself
#185 to #124 - dsgbiohazard
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(08/07/2013) [-]
I don't give a **** if that was a bad way to ask her out or not, that's alpha as ****.   
   
Please, take my thumb.
I don't give a **** if that was a bad way to ask her out or not, that's alpha as ****.

Please, take my thumb.
#162 to #124 - pikininja
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(08/07/2013) [-]
That might not have been the best way to ask her out. That's pretty dick, putting pressure on her to say yes in front of a large group of people. That was probably too excessive for her.
#158 to #124 - anon
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(08/07/2013) [-]
I think you creeped her out. Think about it: Imagine one of your male friends suddenly bursting into song and asking you out in front of a crowd. That just makes things awkward.
#78 to #53 - arkytior
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(08/07/2013) [-]
I will tell you why girls wait. At least why I wait. I become friends with guys and sooner or later there is some kind of a moment that makes me think how it would be if we went out, if we got to be together. What would change, what would stay the same. But then I disregard it because I'm afraid that, if I ask the guy out and if he'd say no or if it wouldn't work out, it would ruin our friendship and I don't wanna lose friends like that.

However, me and a good friend had a one night stand and we agreed that it wouldn't happen if we were sober. I told him that I didn't mind if it would happen again, maybe a dinner together... He doesn't feel that way about me and we agreed to stay good friends further on.
#82 to #78 - anon
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(08/07/2013) [-]
i think thats complete ********.

i never become friends with the girl i like first, id want to skip straight to relationship.
#87 to #82 - arkytior
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(08/07/2013) [-]
I didn't mean that I first become friends with them and then think about a romantic relationship. It just happens that you start liking someone a bit more than just as a friend.

Also, I hate it when guys first flirt with me and want me to go out with them but after we get to know eachother they drop the lame ol' let's be friends. Well, I got no need for you, if we were friends before, then yeah but so I see you'd be all work and no fun.
#81 to #78 - tylosaurus
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(08/07/2013) [-]
I think you described what we all fear in the game of relationships.
Guys worry about that **** too, you know.
#84 to #81 - arkytior
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(08/07/2013) [-]
I know they do. Everybody does. But for me it's a bit more intense because of what I've been through (no need to tell you the story though).
#85 to #84 - tylosaurus
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(08/07/2013) [-]
and the things guys have been through and the things everyone have been through.

It's not an excuse and you're making it specific.
#89 to #85 - arkytior
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(08/07/2013) [-]
Am not. I've been through a lot in my childhood and it could've scarred me for life if I let those people hurt me. I didn't mean that I've been through a lot as that I've had many hard relationships and break-ups. I never really was in a proper relationship with a guy. I meant that people in general hurt me as they left me when they threw my friendship away. They hurt me, more than they know. I know I'm way to emotional but I can't help it.
#90 to #89 - tylosaurus
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(08/07/2013) [-]
and how do you know other guys haven't experienced such things that hurt them badly as well?
Hmm?

It's because you're making it specific.
#91 to #90 - arkytior
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(08/07/2013) [-]
I never said I'm the only one who got hurt. I never said guys don't get hurt. I only said how it is for me. You are specifying it, seeing one girl and thinking all are like that, talking to one girl and generalizing the whole gender after her.
#94 to #91 - tylosaurus
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(08/07/2013) [-]
Oh no no no no.
"I will tell you why girls wait"
#78

I guess you're no better?
It's based on the majority in my case.
It's based on the fact that girls DO expect males to confess first, don't deny that.
I assure you, there's a ******* LOT more males who also ask for females hand in marriage. Not everyone, but the majority await the male to ask.
Same goes with relationship.
It's because it's an unwritten law that most females follow plus it makes it a lot easier for you. You don't have the guilt tearing you apart. "I really like this girl, but I'm too scared to ask her out bla bla bla, it is our job as the male to be the dominant one and be a man to ask her out" so on so forth.
Girls don't have that thought, they can only hope for the male to confess. Again, the majority. Not everyone.
#95 to #94 - arkytior
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(08/07/2013) [-]
I would be the first to confess in a relationship, fyi. And some girls are douchebags just like some guys. If a guy would drop hints on me that he fancies me and all, I'd go up to him and ask him out. I wouldn't be waiting for him to ask me out because it could never happen, who knows, maybe he has issues. And I wouldn't say the majority is like me or that the majority is like you described. I'd say it's more 50-50, because for some people we never know as they never indulge in relationships.
#96 to #95 - tylosaurus
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(08/07/2013) [-]
No, ******* no.
You're specifying it again.
"Me me me"

Let me use the same type of argument.
I personally wouldn't.

Your opinion of it is irrelevant, 50/50 is a statistic you made up based on your opinion that is not supported by anything.

Also this is pretty much contradicting your statement that you will be the first to confess:
"I will tell you why girls wait. At least why I wait. I become friends with guys and sooner or later there is some kind of a moment that makes me think how it would be if we went out, if we got to be together. What would change, what would stay the same._ But then I disregard it because I'm afraid that, if I ask the guy out and if he'd say no or if it wouldn't work out, it would ruin our friendship and I don't wanna lose friends like that._"
#97 to #96 - arkytior
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(08/07/2013) [-]
I said that if I was in a relationship. Or if he'd drop hints. But they usually don't. You won the argument ages ago, why do you even bother with me?
#99 to #97 - tylosaurus
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(08/07/2013) [-]
Because you keep going.
#83 to #81 - tylosaurus
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(08/07/2013) [-]
- but it's like an unwritten law. That female should wait and it's the man's job to ask the girl out.
#58 to #53 - anon
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(08/07/2013) [-]
no