I just had a thought - a lot of people come here with their advice on flirting and dating and how to get that guy or attract that girl. They normally explain the situation as best they can, and the comments and answers usually respond saying that he/she might be interested - go talk to them. Do you think that since you are on a site where questions about love are primarily asked that you are more inclined to believe that the guy/girl in the question is interested?
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No... That's wrong, at least for me.
I answer with what I really think: when I believe the other person is interested, that's what I say. When I believe the other person is NOT interested, that's also what I tell the asker.
I think I answer well because I always answer with what I think is the truth.
I can be wrong, though... But that can only happen for two reasons:
a) the asker didn't tell all the details, only the ones he/ she wanted to tell us so he/ she could get the answer he's looking for;
b) the other person, if a guy, is a complete douche and is only playing with the asker (playing well!, or I could have tell he was a player...); or, if a girl, a complete b#tch (I don't know any other word in English that can describe these girls) who likes to have guys around them for the fun of it/ for the ego boost/ or, worst case ever, "just in case"...
When I don't feel so sure about my answer, I just don't comment (eg: when people don't give enough detail or just ask general questions like "why do girls take so long to text back?", that I think are totally random and which answer varies from girl to girl, day to day and texted guy to texted guy (same applies if it's asked by a girl).)
In overall, I think sugar coated answers are bad answers in this site...
In my opinion, truthful opinions are what makes up a good answer here on GAG, when people ask for real life advices or real opinions.
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