on Aug 02, 2009 @ 08:33 pm|
The other day I was out with friends, including this one guy I've liked
on and off for a bit. We've only hung out (with friends around) maybe
five times altogether. So the other day was the first time him and I
really talked for more than five minutes and he was definitely flirting
(putting his arm around me, etc.).
Then he mentioned this place and asked me if I'd been there (a bar). I
said I had not, and he said to me "we should go then." I said that we
So what I'm wondering is - was I asked out without even realizing it?
I'm really rusty with this whole "dating" thing and don't know what to
Also, if I was asked out, who is now supposed to initiate the hanging out? Me? Or him?
Ali de Bold
|Let him on Aug 02, 2009 @ 08:58 pm|
So he's tested to see if you're interested, now let him make his move. Some guys just flirt and if he has no intention behind it, he likely won't follow up. If he is really interested, he'll take you up on that conversation.
|relationships on Aug 05, 2009 @ 01:02 pm|
i think u wer asked out hes jst a bit shy id initiate it if i wer u but id keep it as casual as he did gud luk!
|go for it ... on Aug 05, 2009 @ 09:36 pm|
Just call or casually text him and see if he wants to try'' that place we talked about''.
Can't hurt . He could say - Totally - let's meet up ! I have gone for it a few times myself and the guy agreed to it . Won't know til you try !
|probably not a date request on Aug 07, 2009 @ 06:33 pm|
Have you seen the movie "He Just Not That Into You" ? Watch it.
If he's interested he'll persue you. It sounds like a casual mention and I don't think it really was asking you out on a date.
|asked out on Aug 07, 2009 @ 10:49 pm|
I agree with misschikie,that's exactly what I would do