not always. Some guys... actually A LOT of guys have no balls and will just sit in the background wishing it to happen. Some guys will put out signals like crazy hoping you will make the first move so they don't have to.
I know other guys who won't make a first move on principal alone - using bullsh*t lines like "I don't go to women, they come to me". Which in some cases is true, and in other cases is just wishful thinking.
For me it depends on the situation. If I'm out and about and I see a girl worth my time I will approach. If I'm busy I'll just briefly appreciate from afar and keep moving. If it's someone I see on a regular basis I tend to hang back and see what kind of a girl she is and if she looks like she is worth the effort before I approach.
Also, girls who get a lot of attention from guys in general tend to intimidate a lot of the guys they might actually WANT the attention from. Those guys tend to assume they would just be a number at the bottom of a long list.
Other girls have a snotty attitude and expect all guys to come to them. They usually attract the wrong kind of guy and sit around complaining about it or causing drama over it. I usually walk right past those as they are always a pain in the ass anyway.
Yet other girls are just too shy/timid to show any emotion at all for fear of being judged. Guys usually just ignore them because they assume they are not interested, or are too boring since they don't ever talk.
So really ask yourself what type of girl YOU are and what type of guys you WANT. then you will know whether that is true or not most of the time. (since there are always exceptions)
If the girl responds well to the guy (aka nice and flirty), then I suppose at least I could answer with yes.
I was into a girl once and she was living 125 Miles away, but I simply wanted for it to happen as she seemed quite into me, too. So I drove there pretty often, which was a financial ---------, and I hoped for her to develop feelings for me, too.
The only way that would be true, would be if the girl always got with the guy that really likes her.
But more often than not, the girl usually ends up with the asshole who treats her like sh*t, and doesn't really give a crap about her. That is why, a lot of the times, if a guy really likes you, he won't make it happen. He might try being your friend, though.
But we all know how that story ends. *cough*"let's just be friends"*cough*
If he's willing to go the distance to prove to you how much he likes you...then yes he would make it happen to matter what. Then again...he could try his best no matter what but at the end well...fall short, its called losing, but losing with style. It varies...but its all up to the guy and a little bit of luck man.
you know what.. there's no "rule" or standards for any of this.. every situation is unique.. it really goes on a case by case scenario.. sometimes some guys are more outgoing and they really pursue a girl they really like.. sometimes a guy is more on the shy side and as much as they like a girl they may let it slide because theyre just not used to girls liking them back (be it that they're good looking or not.. )..
in this case you didn't really give us much info, so just ask yourself if he's social enough to be able to go after you or if he's shy ask yourself if u've given him enough signals/chances to let him know you like him..
yes unless he's like 13 and still dealing with his insecurities, but men are wired to want certain things and if he likes you his hormones should push him to do something. If it weren't that way then why would any sane man go thru all the trouble.
Mostly true... like some other guys are saying, many guys are scared or don't know how to approach the girl/situation... I was like that, but it got to the point where I liked the girl so much I just said, "screw it, I'm going for it... I HAVE to"
So... I guess I DO kinda agree with that in a way... If that guy genuinely likes a girl, he'll go for it no matter what. He can't "make it happen" tho. That's up to the girl. And if the girl says "yes" she'd better follow through with it or else she's gonna have one hurt guyfriend... happened to me. Kept getting yes, nothing ended up happening, but I got strung along for months even after asking and asking some more... I tried my best, she was the only girl I've ever had any real feelings for... I didn't know what to think! :(
Just don't string any guys along... It's up to YOU to make it happen. It's up to the guys to try...
Sort of true - even me with social anxiety eventually tries to go after a girl. However it can be very difficult to convince myself to do so - usually months and months. There was a point where my anxiety was unbearable and the thought of just talking to a woman, let alone asking them on a date or something was pretty much impossible.
Even now, there have been many women I've liked and haven't been able to do anything because of fear
Not always true. Men are still human, and as humans they are prone to the same insecurities and fears of rejection as anyone else is. If they like you they will use the standard social cues to let you know over time. Starring at you across the room then looking away when you notice, things like that. You may need to be the one to approach them, or at least signal your own interest. If you like them, stare back some. Smile. Encourage the poor guy. :]
Everyone is different on this, I personally am somwhat afraid of rejection so I try to make sure that the girl likes me too before I make much of a move. So although most girls perfer to have the guy make the first move, its not that important, if you want him to know flirt with him or if he is a good enough freind just tell him how you feel.
Most people are complete pussies, and will never make a move until it's 100% certain, because they're afraid of rejection. It really depends on the guy. If you really want him to make a move just make it more obvious that you like him and maybe he will.
I'd say not true. I say this because I've known guys, myself included, that have had very strong feelings for a girl but never got up the courage, got over the insecurities, been in a position, etc. to make it happen with the girl. So as much as people would like for the romantic "He'll find a way" to be true, in cases it doesn't happen.
If he really likes You and wants You enough. He'll have a dance off with Beyonce to make it happen lol. In all seriousness, if he truly wants U, he'll do whatever it takes to make it happen...just hope it doesn't involve no one dying lol.
Yeah the thing about rejection is that it's awful, especially if you really think she might like you, and you really like her. So there's a huge risk a guy could be taking, and that's not to be underestimated.
That being said, so long as you give him a hint, he probably will ask you out. Just make sure that you're giving him some somewhat clear reason to believe you are interested too. If you're blowing him off or acting like it wouldn't matter either way, he might not for fear of making things awkward or loosing your current relationship.
you don't want to be with a guy that has no confidence he's going to suck in the bed. hell be all fidgity and sh*t. then you don't want to be with a player either.
ill be like hey cutie. I want to know you. what do you say. I'm a good cook. dinner at my place do you like wine. there's an art show late on saturday. put your number in hear ill call you tomorrow . you should bring a jacket an grippy shoes.
Sure, as long as he has some good indications from you that you are actually interested in him. If you don't make eye contact, don't engage in conversation, don't return calls or texts and turn him down for dates (as in play-hard-to-get), he won't be able to make it happen.
I can say there seems to be some debate about guys who are "shy" and I am sure guys do get nervous, but if they really, really like you (not iffy or unsure) and you are showing them attention such as making eye contact and talking with them, they will figure a way out to work up the nerve to ask you out.
True. There are exceptions because some people are shy/socially awkward. However, you WILL know when a guy likes you. There are no mind games. There are no, "what ifs." There are no underlying meanings to innocent comments that girls misconstrue as something else (btw, stop reading women's magazines. They're the most misleading pieces of garbage out there). He will be in touch. He will answer your texts. He will want to hang out. He won't be, "too busy," to get in touch. He won't wait 57483 days to get in touch after he says he'll call you. He won't play mind games and string you along.
If he really does like you, he already has a sense of respect for you and will treat you as such. If he wants you, then yes, he WILL make it happen. Some take longer than others, but it'll happen.
NOT TRUE. my boyfriend was shy and didn't ask me out at 1st. I thought I was giving him all the right signals and making it it OBVIOUS that I liked him. but... he didn't pick up on these signs and told me (once we got 2gether) that he didn't know if I liked him or not and he dint want to ask me and I reject him, because he's feel like an idiot and it'd b awkward between us. it took a lot of encouraging on my part 4 us 2 finally get 2gether!
I think a guy can really like you but have insecurities or issues with himself that might hold him back from making a move. That's what makes things difficult... Just to cut out all the BS... go with the guy that doesn't make you confused whether he likes you or not. He actually shows it and makes an effort.
I think so! Unless, of course, you've made it clear to him that you're not interested...there's a certain point at which a man gives up. But yeah, if you've incouraged him with flirting, he'll get the message and go for it (for the most part). Hope this helps!
Not true... there's a lot of guys who are just too shy and some that will always think the girl is out of his league. Some guys are mortified of rejection and can't get themselves to try the way they really want to try.
In addition to that - sometimes no matter how hard a guy tries it's not going to happen because the girl isn't into it. lol. You can't MAKE something happen with someone. :) But I'm sure that's not what you meant, I guess I'm just feeling psychological lol.