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I'd always enjoyed making the first move of interest towards guys, until I had a roommate who I thought was just a guy magnet to the max and her style was completely different. She led a kind of "He's just not that into you" cured mentality lol... and I have since followed the same cues, and have had success... Well, either way I have had success but I felt the latter way would keep me from people like my ex bc in that way "they chose to be with me"....but I'm just wondering what you other single ladies think. This is just for fun. I'm just bored and curious. 


I'm also wondering bc I met this guy that I thought I'd never get the chance to meet again the other night (he was my waiter once) and either he's easily intimidated, I talk too damn much when peacocking or he just isn't interested (youuu knooww I didn't get a two day later FB add or "Hey this blah blah" from a rando number). LOL I sound like such a psycho.... girls.....

by on Jan. 10, 2013 at 3:24 AM
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MissTuree
by Bronze Member on Jan. 11, 2013 at 7:30 AM

Personally I wouldn't. I never had a fear of rejection, I just wouldn't waste my time on someone who wasn't interested. If you're just looking to have some fun though why not? If he says no you can still go out and have a good time, if he says yes you get to go have a good time with him. Win win.

Quoting Mommy2beAB:

Quoting MissTuree:

He may just not be interested. Maybe he's already talking to someone else and trying to see where that's going.


When I was single I would just do whatever felt right in the moment. Different guys are well.....different and I would treat them as a unique individual.




Touché, my virtual friend, touché. Though, wwould you ask him out for Saturday night for a fun group outing to the casinos hypothetically speaking? 0:) either way I think I'll invite him out for just shits n giggles lol... I don't have a huge fear of rejection, it's no big deallll ha


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