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No offense, GuyAdviceFromGuy, but all that seems like the complete opposite of what she should do. Pretty much, you're telling her to use all these mind games. And I'm pretty sure there's a general understanding amongst everyone that mind games do not work for a healthy relationship and, frankly, really suck. There's nothing wrong with giving away her to a guy she likes, or asking out a guy.
There is something wrong with moving on just cause a guy doesn't get your "subtle hints". TigerRose, I actually agree with GuyAdviceFromGuy to not really ask him out but give him LOTS of impression that you'd want to go out with him, you're super interested but in no way in love and you think he's cool.
Its not extreme mind game as in ignoring him and never contacting him. Tigerrose: Oh I see, so why don't you just go to a book store, a library, or even a bar just strut your lion mane and wait for girls to come up to you and give you their .
Because that just happens all the time doesn't it. Better yet, why don't you just put ear plugs in and put a blind fold over your eyes and ignore every subtle hint a woman gives you Update: That's great that he asked you out :D! It's a shame that he's been hurt, but why don't you try telling him that you like him and you'd like to hang out with him more often, and if he wants to go slow you're fine with that.
Something like that. Yeah, I though it was great, excpet he doesn't think it's a good idea. I figure there's three reasons why he would have said no to me: 1. I'm too young 2. He's not physically attracted 3. He really is trying to recover which I think is total BS, his last relationship was in November! It's weird though, because after that it was really awkward, but then he continued talking like nothing happened.
Which I guess is good, I'm just really disappointed. I'm afraid to mention anything again. Could be the reason 2. Probably isn't the reason 3.
Well, you can't say that, because some relationships can take a long time to get over, especially if they were really bad ones. That's good that everything's normal now. Maybe continue to go on these kinda friendly dates, and see where it goes.
Don't get down, cause you never know what can happen. I am an 18 year old girl about to graduate high school. I started volunteering ever week at this soup kitchen run by the local university students to find a new crowd as I'm kinda done with high school.
There's a guy there who is 22 that I like, and who is really friendly with me and everyone else mind you. We've already hung out once before after volunteering I asked him for a coffee, he paid for me. After talking I feel like we have a lot in common, and he opened up to me about his past, etc. I feel like we are a good match, but I'm wondering why he isn't picking up on my als? I'm attractive, caring, and a good listener. Is it wrong someone who just graduated high school to date someone who just graduated university?
Afterwards I casually asked him if he was seeing anyone,and he said "no, the girlfriends in my past have all been crazy and have messed me up I'm trying to recover". Now I know that was an obvious hint,but I went there anyways, and told him I'm available and not crazy. He said he "didn't think it's a good idea"!
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GuyAdviceFromGuy opinions shared on Dating topic. It's not a problem for you to date a guy who just graduated college as long as you are not under the age of 18 and you are not still in high school.
It's only an age difference of 4 years. You asked him out for coffee. That's a pretty strong hint. He paid for your coffee, that's a good. Hopefully you did the courteous thing and at least offered to pay for your own coffee and thanked him after he paid for yours.
Hopefully you followed up after coffee with a text message or a phone call telling him you enjoyed hanging out with him for coffee and that you appreciated hearing about his past which was intriguing and interesting to listen to. Basically, I am hoping you did that and I am hoping that he at least has your. If both of these aren't the case, read on. First thing you want to do is get him to ask for your. If he doesn't ask, hint that you want to give it to him by saying something like "Hey you are a cool guy, I wish we 22 year old dating 18 year old talk more often when we don't see each other face to face.
Gay 2. Not interested or 3. Doesn't have any game and is pretty clueless. Tell him that you enjoyed your coffee meet and he seems like a fun guy. Then tell him that you hope he's more interesting besides just when he is having coffee with you. You seem like the one whose not desperate and that you have the feminine sensibility to test the waters with every guy who "seems" interesting enough to hold your attention.
In both the steps above you get him to ask for your and you get him to ask you out without actually volunteering that yourself. If he is NOT interested, then you save yourself the embarrassment of having asked him out. Even if he was interested and you asked him out, you set the way for how everything will turn out. Since you'd be initiating, you'd also be surprised why he doesn't call or ask you out on his own which will almost always happen, because you made it that way from the start. So don't ever do that. The key is to hint and be subtle about everything and if the guy doesn't react properly to your als, you can move on.
If there's a connection, then there's a connection and you can't control who you're into. For me, being 27, 18 is a little young just because at that age you don't really know what you want in life and I don't see any foreseeable way I could have similar interests But when I was 22, 18 was fair game. There are a few differences, but I mean it's okay because honestly I'm more mature than he is a lot of the time lol. If this guy seems that into you then go for it, you won't know what can happen until you try things out. And if you guys are worried about people thinking it's weird in public, don't be.
Most people don't care. Nothing wrong with the age gap. Is he definately single? If so tell him you enjoyed the time you had coffee and tell him you like him maybe suggest going to watch a movie? You could leave your with him? If he doesn't act then he's not interested in that way. I think 4 years of an age difference is okay. At 18 I was into a 26 year old and looking back Just make sure he really likes you and is not only looking for something physical. Up Now! Sort Girls First Guys First. I'm 22 and I would love to date an 18 year old.
If I turned 23 I wouldn't date a 18 year old girl. I don't know why age is such a big deal. If a 19 year old dated a 16 year old. I don't think its weird.
I don't think its weird or unusual at all. I remember I was in love with a girl I'm 3 years older than and she was love in with me. Her parents thought it was inappropriate and they are 7 years apart as adults. That's weird to me. That's like a teenager dating a 2nd grader. I was ridiculed and such. This guy only is what? Not big a deal, my parents are the same or 3 years apart, can't remember. I think it would be weird. I think you should go for him, I think he'd be into you but then he may think you aren't mature enough since you're just out of high school which you'd have to prove him wrong.
But guess you have to find out. Good Luck. TigerRoseBear Xper 2.22 year old dating 18 year old
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