When asked about approaching, most girls reply that they get asked out enough that they don't feel the need to ask out anyone, plus they don't care. Okay, understood.
But you don't want to be with anyone, do you? You want to be with the right guy, The One if I may say. So shouldn't you be ALSO searching for the right guy while he's searching for You (the right girl)? Or you expect the right guy to do all the work?
This is just a friendly discussion. No one needs to be rude.
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I've been wondering whether or not guys appreciate girls approaching them... I guess in a lot of girls minds they think "well if he really likes me he'll come to me" but I suppose it's often forgotten that were all shy and fear rejection regardless of our sex. My personal concern is that the guy wouldn't take me as seriously if I asked him out as he would if he had asked me out (if that makes sense). There is a guy I've had one conversation with recently that I would love to get to know better, and I really do think he could be a great match for me (but one step at a time😅). However I don't know if he would be comfortable with me asking him out, or really even just for a walk around campus, since we haven't spoken much? What do you think?1