ANSWERS: 5
  • I think they're scared that we might expect them to give us flowers and chocolates. (just kidding girls) : )
    • Anoname
      I want chocolates!
    • Ice man
      You would, wouldn't you. LOL : )
    • Ice man
      Wouldn't you rather a nice big slab of prime rib, done to perfection ?
    • Anoname
      Oooo, yea. Can I change my vote?
    • Linda Joy
      No! You get chocolate! Seriously guys aren't there like a hundred things you'd rather have than a prime rib?
    • Anoname
      BBQ prime ribs.
    • Ice man
      A hundred ? No, not that many. A few, maybe. I've already got just about everything that I need ...and for a meat eater... BBQ beef prime rib with all the fixin's is about as good as it gets.
  • I asked my husband out on a date. He tells me he would never have had the courage to ask me. Just as well I had the initiative :)
    • Anoname
      I think more matches would be made if the ladies would just try.
    • Ice man
      I agree !! I'm blown away by how many come out of the woodwork and want to jump on the "band wagon" when they realize another woman beat them to the draw..
  • Not that I haven't done it but please understand the way it mostly works is we respond to a guy's interest in us. He finds us desirable. If he is not interested means we are not desirable to him and then we know nothing is going to happen anyway. So we go with those where we know there is a chance of something happening.
    • Anoname
      yea, but the same is true to guys. If the girl has no interest in us why pursue?
    • officegirl
      You are not understanding. We more respond while you more pursue. So you do something and we respond to that because that is in general the nature of our sexuality. If you don't do anything there is nothing for us to respond to. Not that we don't develop interests in guys or can't ask them out if we want to. But mostly we get asked out so we go with that. If we don't then we conclude that no one is interested in us.
  • I've asked guys to dance before when I was out partying. But the truth is the day I realized I no longer wanted to be with my ex-husband I met someone else that night. I'm a monogamous type so I don't ask guys out when I'm with someone. Usually if I'm not with someone it's because I don't want to be with anyone. If I want to be with someone then I am. I've never had to ask anyone out, they always asked me.
    • Anoname
      I ment if your single. Of course you shouldn't ask people out if you're already involved.
    • Linda Joy
      Why would you assume (as posted on Scotslass's answer) that fear of rejection is the reason they don't? I think it's more a matter of them not getting my attention if there's no obvious interest kinda like office girl said, I was not at all attracted to my ex until he pursued me.
    • Anoname
      Office etiquette demands an interest be present.
  • I asked my husband out. He said if I had been waiting on him to ask, we would not be together.
    • Anoname
      This is more often true than women think.
    • Scotslass
      We wanted equality, we got equality. The worst thing that could have happened is he said no, and I move on. That goes both ways.

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