In the last 12 months how many times have you asked out a girl? 0
How many of those were successful? 0
How many of those were you rejected? More than 100 (no joke)
Commentary (May be more valuable to you)
Look.. The truth is that I've spent a LOT of my life on being the "perfect guy" for a special woman.. And it didn't pay off. I ended up finding a lot of women who were high maintenance, a lot of women who had trust issues, a lot of women who wanted the world for free... It made me jaded and biased, a little frustrated, and a lot of "pissed off".
So a while ago, I gave up trying to "find a woman".. And in turn have just been living my life, working, etc. A lot of the women who meet me either think I'm "a cool friend", "gay", or "married".. All because I'm not like other guys who compliment them or "drool" at their very feet..
Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying ALL girls are like that.. I'm just saying that I'm not your typical guy, and that I've lived just fine without a relationship. Definitely lonely and wishing for some type of "Reward" for being the good guy I want to be - but I'm a lot more sane than when I was dating people.
The reason for the commentary (take it with a grain of salt) is because, for a vast majority of the women I meet, a lot of those women don't get the concept that guys who make them feel all "cherry perfect" on the first couple dates (the guys who make you think they are "the one") are typically the worst ones for you. Why? Cause they are so good with women that they can treat you perfectly.. making you love them even more.. but then when you don't complete what they want (whatever THAT may be) - then they kick you to the curb and leave you as jaded and pissed off as I have been. Trust me, you don't wanna go that route.. But my hands are out of it if you decide to go against that advice.
21 here, and I've yet to ask a girl out. In my mind , the potential gain has just never outweighed the risk of failure. I generally assume that any girl I like is probably already taken, or wouldn't like me, anyway; my thought process just defaults on that.
For me to say that I'm 'happy' being single would be a lie, but I've always been a guy of habit, so at least I get to keep a sense of consistency and relative certainty.
...But, you don't care about any of that, so, suffice to say, 0 covers my answer for all three questions by default.
I start likeing girls after I get to know them a little. First comes looks, then comes the inner self. All girls I have asked out on dates are the ones that their boyfriendship would be a paradise and I wouldn't care weather it lasts for a week or a life time. I've always been rejected,there are cases were I never had the balss to ask a girl who has later turned out to confess that they would have said yes if I would have tried.
In the last twlve months two dates, one ended up as a frozen angel and the other kept me in her life as a friend.
(Make sure to check out the defenition of frozen angel from urban dictionary if you don't recognise the term)
I don't remember. I ask girls to dance on disco all the time being rejected 3 of 4 times. I don't usually ask them out. I think I asked two, more or less friendly, they basically said yes but we didn't. One of us is busy and it is not that important for us I guess. And it won't be a date.
LOL the only reason I'm answering is to give commentary and opinions, since it's highly arrogant of you to say "no commentary" on an open forum.
Last 12 months: 4
Further, this is kindof a skewed poll, since the numbers of each person over a 12 month period are going to be vastly different, I could ask out 10 people and get 6 dates in 12 months while the guy next to me could ask out 100 girls and get 6 dates, and our total average would be abysmal even though technically I'm at a 60% rate.
Well lets see, I asked out 4 that I can remember. 1 was pure rejection. 1 ended in a 1 night stand she moved to NY, and 2 still haven't given me a definitive answer (1 says I don't know and the other is pretty much a yes but not right now (For good reason pertaining to me))
12 months? Once, one was successful but we didn't actually end up going out, LOL. We see each other around now, and like, we act like it never happened. Mysterious sh*t. She was amazing, too, six foot three, east-European goddess, pure white skin.
Haven't bothered I guess? I mean unless you mean asking my friends out to places and they're busy. But asked out on dates? I never really ever done that lol. Things just happen. I don't care to bother with the traditional (well what has become traditional) way of dating.
In the last 12 months I think I've been asked out by 8 different guys. A couple of them asked me out more than once. I accepted 3 if you count my boyfriend during the time this 12 month span started even though he didn't technically ask me out during that time. We were already together. So maybe 2.
but over the past 12 months I've been asked out 7 times. 5 I said yes to. the other 2 were asking me to get back together with them.
the first one was not good. we didn't do anything, my 2nd one we lasted 3 months then he got obsessives I broke up with him, 3rd one was just awkward, 4th one was very sexual and fast. he broke up with me (because his parents thought I was a distraction) but then we were gonna get back together but then there was a fight. 5th one the 2nd one asked to get back together with me. 4th one asked me to get back together a week after(6), then last week the 7th one asked me out and it's great! we both know and hope that we are going to be together for a long time!
have been asked out 3 times in the past 12 months. The first guy I did go out with him for a while but things didn't go that well. The second guy I rejected him cause I was so nervous. that's one thing I regret . he was really nice and cute...but my shyness gggrh! ...the last guy was just looking for sex ...i first accepted him but after a few hours ..i changed my mind. so we broke up.