But in most cases when a guy makes a move on a female friend, he gets rejected?
So he makes an invitation and she declines. Big deal. Life goes on.
Then if you do make a move all of a sudden she rejects you?
A. If you're a sucker then you've been given her way more than she gives you in your friendship and if you now stay in the relationship that will continue so you have to leave. Otherwise she will get emotional support and free attention from you without you getting anything. That's always bad but it's even more pathetic for you to stay if you've made your intentions clear & she rejected you.B. Let's say she's a good friend and you both give equally or even if you're both equally weak friends. Just stay at that level of friendship... not a big deal. You'll find in life that this type of 'friend' might not want serious now but is actually down for casual or even serious much later on. In fact they will come to you or make a move first eventually. Granted, it might be after 5,000 other dudes had them but that's another story... Some guys don't like this because they weren't a high priority for her.
Even if it’s a shy girl she will come to you?
Anything's possible. But remember there's competition too. She's going to see/meet 10k other dudes and it's quite possible some of them a.) appeal to her more, b.) take all of her attention/time so there's none for guys like you.
I think I’m taking all her attention atm
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And get rejected?
Yes, potentially get rejected.If you get rejected, you will save all the time you would otherwise spend fantasizing about someone you were never going to be with, that you instead could have spent on looking for someone who may be a great match for you.A rejection is never a loss.
True. But if it’s a friend, you potentially lose the friendship too.