I mean, if you like the girl, why not ask her out? You'll never know whether she likes you or not (since we're secretive and confusing creatures) unless you try, right?
Yea, I know it sucks being rejected...
What other reasons stop you from asking your crush out?
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I don't think it's us stopping us from asking our "crush" out. It's the woman and their body language that tells us, "Steer clear, you will fail". Balls or no balls, guys can "sometimes" pick up the "I'm not interested in you in that way" from women (we like). So we just end up pining or make eye contact, but won't approach lol
To the ladies, if you're interested in "that" guy (looking your way), HELP THE GUY OUT! Sometimes guys will feel like they're not good enough for you, no clue how to start a conversation, or break the ice will make us shy away or panty out. Your demeanor can also intimidate the guy... so SMILE if you're interested... smiling back seems like a small thing, but a smile can boost and motivate the guy to approach you.
Trust me even the most confident-type of guys can get nervous around the person they like and scared to proceed to that next step if they're unsure that the woman they're interested likes them back in that way. We don't want to put our necks out there and be labeled as "Creepy" by you guys if you reject us... so flirt back.
If smiling doesn't work, but you know the guy likes you from a friend of a friend of a friend of that guy you like, take the reigns and ask him out yourself. Don't wait for him to approach and ask you first. He may just be the "shy" type.
-Based on experience: I used to like this girl back in high school, but I waited for so long that another guy snatched her from me. I consider myself outspoken and confident kid back then and can talk to just about anyone, except that one girl... I can't even structure a proper sentence and end up stuttering when I tried. Years later, I found out from one of her best friends that she used to have a crush on me too. If I had known, I would have had the courage to ask her out myself, but she threw no bread crumbs. Get the picture?2
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