so I recently asked this girl out, she said no. but that's not really the point.
I asked her out at work (hers, not mine) and though she wasn't busy, I didn't want to make things weird or awkward my pressing the topic there, so I just smiled, accepted my fate and went home.
but that doesn't mean that I don't also have a response or an opinion on the matter.
my question to you is whether or not a guy has any right to 'state his case' for lack of a better term with a girl who has turned him down. or if he must quietly accept his fate and just go away.
side note... im kinda friends (i think) with this girl already, so the idea is to have a real conversation, maybe some clarity. not beg for a date or burn any bridges.
also, we're not talking rejection like 'ew' or 'i already have a bf', where its very obvious why she said no and any conversation would be pointless
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How does she react when you flirt with her - if sheresponds then you still have a chance and I would suggest asking her out. Maybe she was shy because it was at work or she couldve just wanted to see hiw interested you are by seeing if you come back and try again. I knew a guy at school who was after this girl for over a year (he just kept trying) they are now happily married with 3 kids.0
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