Guys what do you honestly think about this sort of reaction? Is it really endearing or something? Or is it annoying? Would you ever take a girl seriously who couldn't look you in the eye without turning red?
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Well, hopefully you don't judge men for the same reasons you feel nervous.
Let's get started, then:
If you're all blushy and bashful, it's really flattering. Honestly, I couldn't care less about how "suave" women are in that scenario. I understand it's totally human, and I find bashful and nervous to be far more authentic than "suave and smooth". And after all, I would much rather date a human with human fears and human quirks. A suave and smooth woman is probably more likely to be high-maintenance or even psychotic.
It also takes a huge load off for me. It's like, your shyness or nervousness validates it in myself. You're giving me permission to be myself and chill. There are a lot of women who see a man and stare down their noses until a man does something to prove he is worthy of her presence (Pictures a cat: "This amuses me. You have earned an audience with my highness."):
"I shouldn't have to bother myself to approach men" she would say. "They are the ones who should have to show their value, not me."
^Heard this from a woman I know. She no longer stands a chance with me for having an attitude like that.
In fact, I really wonder why so many women seem so hung up on a guy's OUTWARD confidence. If a guy is too outwardly confident, he probably isn't seeing you as a person.
I, on the other hand, understand that until mutual feelings are addressed, things are a little awkward, and there are a lot of butterflies. Only and idiot would think that's weak, pathetic, or less valuable.
So yeah, I would be totally flattered for a girl to be bashful and nervous around me. In fact, it would make her stand out more as a potential romantic partner, and I'd be willing to at least give it a shot, if I'm not already attracted in the first place. I've done it before.4THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE