This goes for both sides - when you invite someone and when you're invited for a first date. I tend to be very flattered when a guy asks me for a date, so I usually think ''Heh, I'll give him a chance". But I'm starting to wonder, would it be better to be more selective from the start and reject an invitation so that the guy doesn't get his hopes up too much?
I'm asking because this guy I met at school is definitely interested but he's a stranger to me, still. If he asks me out, it'd be an occasion to get to know each other better. The thing is that since we don't know each other yet, I'm not sure there's chemistry. I think it's normal when you're not familiar with someone, agreed?
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If you find him physically attractive (not full-blown turning you on, but attractive), then say yes. I see the first few dates as a way to sound each other out and find out if you want to go on more dates/start a relationship. If he doesn't seem like an interesting enough guy, then tell him (I at least prefer honesty and bluntness - say you'd like to just stay friends or something).0