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I seriously doubt it. Guys are a bit more selfish than that. Then again I might hang out unless you were clearly a homophobic Christian zealot who thinks Satan made dinosaur bones to trick us. I keep sounding like a jerk. No it's a good thing girls are asking guys out more. From a guys POV who's been turned down a few times, you won. Even if he said no it's still be a good thing you asked. Because someday you might ask the right guy anyway when you two mighta just passed each other up. At least that's what pushes me.
Did he do something that made you feel like it was out of pity? Or are you just being hard on yourself because you don't understand why he'd agree to it? I think if he really didn't want to do it, he wouldn't have said yes. He could have easily said something like "I'm pretty busy" or "I already have plans" or whatever other excuses he could possibly come up with. Unless he's like a really soft and passive guy, I just don't think that he'd say yes out of pity.
A girl never asked me out, so I can not know the feeling.However, I hardly believe that some will accept to go out with someone else "out of pity". He is somehow interested in you, otherwise he wouldn't accept.I don't think that someone wants to spend a date unless he/she interested. Anyways, I wouldn't date someone "out of pity". I'd only date someone if interested. Hoping that I did somehow answered your question.
I really doubt that he would say yes out of pity. It sounds like he genuinely wants to go out with you so I'd relax and enjoy it. If he didn't want to he would of made an excuse so I think he likes you. Best of luck! Have a good day :)
My roommate pursued me before. I said no for about a month but I caved. We eventually started dating. If you like him, then get him to like you too.
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