Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
Both of us have been friends for quite a long while. Recently, i asked him out to help me with some work and he agreed. Actually, i was being tasked to get a gift for a guy friend so i asked him out to help me choose a present for my guy friend. During the whole trip was great, we seem to be doing what every other couples were doing. Everything was fine until we started talking about making the first move. He insisted that if a girl likes a guy she should be doing the job instead of waiting for the guy to take the first step then he stared at me while he was passing that remark. He said even though he knows it is flattering for a girl if a guy made the first move but its just not him. Is this just a casual remark or it has a hidden agenda?
I don't think his agenda is hidden. He is telling you that he likes it when you take the lead. You might want to tell him that each person should take the lead if things develop.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com