Did i Cross the Line to soon?Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
well this is this girl that i have like for a long time since freshman year and i was really shy but i still knew her and then my friend tried to help me out by tell her that i like her to her and she was kinda confused because i dont know her that well but i think she is gorgous, she still acted nice to me and knew taht i was shy but i didnt do anything that year my friend told me that she was kinda waiting for me to do something because i have to make the first move, so is sophmore year and i still really like her and i have liked this other girl trying to get the other one out of my mind but i cant so i get the guts and start talking to her and i make her laugh and she is nice and i say hi to her when i pass her by, i got her aim and i talk to her on that and my friend told her i still like her, so me and my friend are planning on going to a haunted house and i invited her and told her she could bring some of her friends and she said she wouldnt be sure untill tommorrow night, does this mean no? so now it seems like she is legit because my friend told me she is still thinking(btw i got to know her well on aim and stuff and i talk to her in class a little and make her laugh)did i cross the line and ask her out too soon(btw this is with friends and my friend told me to ask her while i was on aim so i did although i thought it mightbe cowardly but we started talking about the haunted house me and my friend are going to and she seemed interested. she was still talked to me in latin and i made her laugh.
what i want to know is did i cross the line because she said she would tell me should i ask her about it and do i even have a chance with her if she says no how do i repair help please!
Linum non crossit est.
(that's fake Latin for the line was not crossed).
Seriously, I think you did fine. You got to know her well and then asked her to go to an event with friends. I suppose by now you know what her answer was.
If it was yes then no problem. If her answer was no, don't worry about it... she probably had a good reason. Problems with rides comes to mind.
Keep on doing what you are doing, it seems that things are working out well.
Good luck! George
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