on Mar 28, 2010 @ 12:00 am|
Okay so I'm pretty much in love with this guy.
The only problem is he seems unaprochable. He is not so familiar with dating and he just seems shy. All of his friends say he is a girlaphobe, which is sort of sweet i guess. Also, he is mormon, and I don't know if he just acts likes this because of his religious beleifs. Because of his high morals, I feel like if a make an obvious move, he will feel like I'm coming on too strong and will be turned off.
I know from his freinds that he is looking for a girlfriend, and I really want to be that girl. I can tell he is attracted to me from the way I see him watching me. It would be uncomfortable to make the first move though, because we are not bestfriends or anything, and I think that guys should pursue girls anyway, not the other way around.
Is it hopeless, or do I have a chance with him?
Am I wasting my time on him?
And if there is a chance, should I make the first move?
|make the move on Mar 28, 2010 @ 06:06 pm|
Yes, make the first move. Clearly you're into the guy and he needs a little encouragement. If you sit around and wait, the opportunity will be lost and you'll never know "what if." Just casually approach him and chit chat. Find some common ground and then invite him out for more chatting at a coffee shop or over ice cream, for example.
|Thanks on Mar 28, 2010 @ 07:21 pm|
Thank you for the reply!!!
this helps me tons :)
|Look for someone else on Mar 29, 2010 @ 11:31 pm|
If you're into a Mormon guy, I'd advise you to run away. I was stuck in the church for 18 years, till I was old enough to escape. Mormons are taught that the only reason for dating is marriage, and marriage should be ASAP. Of course, they can only marry within the religion, so you'll be "invited" to visit with missionaries, go to all sorts of stupid activities, etc. that are only meant to convert you. And trust me, they won't stop when they try to convert you.
SO, he might be a great guy, but I wouldn't bother. Run for the hills!
|whoa on Mar 29, 2010 @ 11:39 pm|
I had no idea the Mormon chuch was like that. He's definantly not worth changing everything I beleive in and who I am.
It's too bad though :(( I do like him.
Thank you soo much!
|sure thing on Mar 29, 2010 @ 11:46 pm|
No prob. Trust me, that's only the tip of the "weird" iceberg, too. If you're someone who likes to think for yourself, this is probably a relationship to avoid :)