- giving a dozen roses on the first date
- trying to force a kiss
- sexual touching too soon
- saying I love you too early
- not reaching out to hold hands
- being afraid to break the touch barrier
- not taking any risks
- waiting too long to make things more exciting
Please answer by making a list and possibly give examples
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I can give you one of my experiences. Last semester there was this guy I talked to. I was being nice, wanted a friend, and thought the guy was interesting to talk to. He asked for my number and thinking nothing of it, as he was a classmate of mine and thought having it would be resourceful, so we exchanged. The texts began...and wouldn't stop. I'd get so many of them in a day it became harassing. In school, If I didn't acknowledge his presence or be on campus in the morning ( I didn't have any morning classes to begin with and went to an internship during the day ) I would see him crying over it at one point or another when I arrived to campus for my evening classes. Any guy I would talk to, he would but into the conversation to try to dominate the other guy which was annoying esp. because I had no romantic interest in the guys I talked to.
So for a list I would say:
- excessive texting/Facebooking/calling
- taking exchange of numbers as sign of attraction
- being offended by her lack of acknowledgement ( she could've just been really busy )
- anything sexual - touching, verbalizing etc
- "I love you" too soon is definitely a deal breaker
- a dozen roses on the first date would kind of be too strong for me, it seems like a 3rd date thing to me
- the whole *yawn* *arm stretch* *arm around her* thing ( the guy mentioned above tried that on me)
- not taking "no" for an answer
- ignoring her
- telling her you'll call but you never do
- being a jerk to her around your buddies
- anything chauvinistic
- crying when she talks to other guys ( the other guy could be her brother, you don't know that ha ha )
- focusing more on video games/sports when she may want some alone time with you ;)
I can't think of anything else, but in general, girls are emotional and if they like you, they want your attention, but forcing things is threatening and scary.
erm 2 things... 1. What's too soon for "I love you"? cause as far as I'm concerned everyone has a different perspective on it. 2. If we got on a date and the next day you see me talking to a group of smoking hot girls, laughing, having the time of my life in front of you, you're not gonna say sh*t right? Since you complain about guys crying when you talk to other guys...
@douche bag4eva - she wasn't dating the guy that interrupted her convos with other guys though. And talking and "having the time of your life" are two COMPLETELY different things.
And I think the *yawn* *arm stretch* *arm around her* thing is kinda cute:) well if you like the guy at least lol!
i was talking about a guy I befriended who took my kindness as flirting. We never went out. He just misunderstood everything and got upset if I didn't acknowledge his presence 24/7 and talked to other guys besides him.
oops forgot to say, too soon for "i love you" would probably be within the first 2 months of seeing the person. An extreme case would be hearing it the moment you ask her to be your girlfriend. Just trying to help =]