Do you like being chased? are you ever scared the guy won't think you are interested?
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i have never really "enjoyed" being chased persay, but some guys like a challenge. I never meant to be persued, I really wasn't interested in the last guy who chased me, he was attractive and all, but I was young and didn't want a boyfriend, I enjoyed being single. I even turned him down more than once for a date. I was only nice to him because I was at work every time he came to see me and I couldn't be mean or I'd get in trouble. I eventually agreed to go on a date with him so he'd leave me alone and because he was really persistant. then we ended up being dating exclusively for 2.5 years.
I think the chase is one of the most exciting parts of a new "thing" with someone. But to not leave any clues and expect the guys to keep in pursuit is wrong. It's not fair to the guy. So as long as I'm leaving some sort of clues then I want the chase to continue and I like it.
I like to be chased! I don't really ever think that the guy won't think I am interested. I think that I do a pretty good job making sure he knows it without giving too much away( if that makes any sense). Although lately I think I am the one doing the chasing haha.
Personally I don't chase after people I let them come to me. I mean I'll "come to their rescue" but I prefer guys to chase after me. Unless they already confront me about the matter and have told them that I'm not intrested, but if I give the signs, let the race begin lol
i know from experience that we get scared that the guy thinks we don't like him. I was so afraid that my present boy friend didn't know that I liked him I was worried that he thought I didn't like him cause he is a little bulky an he thought I only like scrawny dudes (I know I did like worrying about it but it puts a different perspective on things for us )
i agree with what liltabbixxo said:I like to be chased! I don't really ever think that the guy won't think I am interested. I think that I do a pretty good job making sure he knows it without giving too much away( if that makes any sense). Although lately I think I am the one doing the chasing haha.
For me, it's a yes and no. I think being chased is cute and its nice to see a guy actually taking action rather than waiting for the girl to initiate. Getting chased also gives me a chance to dress prettier to impress him. But, I don't like it when I make it clear to a guy that I am not interested in him, but he keeps chasing after me. It gets weird, annoying, and eventually creepy - basically, the guy gets the "creeper" or "stalker" reputation. But honestly, most girls after a few days of chasing will make it clear if they like you or not! (Tip: just know when to stop!!)
I think that traditional, boy asks girl, still is a majority favourtive with both sexes. Boys like to pursue and girls like being pursued (in the main not all).
Men are hunters and that goes back to cave man days, we may have envolved but our basic instints still lie within us. We have just got either better at controlling them or very very confused, hence why I think there are so many issues with dating and so many questions on a site like this.
I love it when a guy chases me. it defintely shows he's interested and if he's hot and I like him, it's a really good thing. I wouldn't be scared because I would know when to turn around and say, you want me? let's do it!
In the beginning I love the thrill of being chased. I love it when a guy steps up and does what he needs to, to be able to spend time with me. However, at a certain point it can cross over into possessive/clingy territory. So in my opinion it really depends on where you two are in the dating process.
Most would know where to draw the line between flirty and rude though.
I definitely like being chased, but I always keep the guy's feelings in mind so I'll also sometimes initiate stuff. Ideally the guy would do about 60 - 40 of the chase. It's not fair for one side to do everything.
Personally I don't like the idea of chasing girls. When they play hard to get it makes them come across as immature, and plus the LAST thing I need is a girl who plays mind games, and things like that to me mean mind games.
I say what I mean and I mean what I say. I don't hide anything from the girl that pertains to her and I don't drop hints or signs. I'm very up front about what I need and want and what I'm thinking, and if the girl can't show me the respect of being that way back to me, well then she can go take a long walk off a short pier for all I care.
everything in moderation, if the girl wants to be chased, she'll show she wants to, and I'll show I want to chase her as well, but, like I said everything in moderation... basically there's a line between being chased and being stalked, ya know?
HI GIRLS... I'm a guy but whoa... your answers gives us confidence after all =) , the truth is, we really love chasing girls (we really love to give them compliments, make them special and say sweet words towards them) especially to a girl we really most admire such as crush. But however, the problem is that, we guys are sometimes afraid that we might get the girl annoyed if we chase her, especially thinking if she's not interested (maybe this is the answer why there are guys who never really chase at all.) So girls, if you knew someone who has a crush on you, show him a little indication that you are interested and also, please do not feel disturb when guys stay silent because it might indicate that he's only shy and not what in your so-called "not interested.." =)
From my experience, chasing a girl who wants to play games with you can be tricky. Chase too much and you risk being placed into this weird "obsessive/needy" category -- too many women over-think it and start to wonder why you're chasing them and not the other way around, then they wonder what's wrong with you or why you're rushing it, then they ignore you ...and if you try and contact them while they are giving you the silent treatment, you're all of a sudden considered a psycho. Ha... it's kind of silly but I guess it's the nature of the game.
It's like a rubber band, you pull back a little and they will chase you (if attracted to you); you chase them and they might start to pull back a little (depending on level of attraction)... but chase them too much and some get all freaked out. Just depends on the person though.