I Asked a Friend to Ask Him to Ask Me Out

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
Okay i really like this guy, and my friend has been talking to him about me, and he says he likes me, but when she asked him is he's going to ask me out, he says i don't know.

what is that suppose to mean? Is he just saying that or does he really not like me?

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So in essence you asked your friend to ask this guy to ask you out. Doesn't this sound a little odd to you? You don't know this guy well enough to talk to him directly - but you want him to pour his deepest emotions out to a strange third party and then agree to date you, when he's not even able to talk to you directly yet?

Dating someone is about spending a lot of time with someone you care about. It's not about going to a movie with someone you don't even know. So start talking to this guy! Learn to communicate with him face to face. That is what dating is about - it's about talking and sharing time with someone you like.

I have lots of flirting advice here -


it's time you talk to him and show him how fun you are to be with. If he likes you, and likes to spend time with you, he'll date you. But if all he knows is that you send messengers to him trying to pry his feelings out of him, he'll find someone else.

-- from Lisa
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