Well, I tend to go after friends. I start hanging out with a guy, get to know him a little, and then I may ask him out if I am interested in more than friendship. I don't just walk up to strangers and ask them out. I am weird. Most people meet others in bars, clubs, etc. for dates, but I don't do that. I don't like the idea of going on a date with someone I know absolutely NOTHING about. I don't trust people so easily. But if I get to know the guy a little, then I develop some trust, then I may want to pursue more than just friendship. Unfortunately, I guess by the time I am ready, or start to develop interests in a guy, I've already entered the 'Friend Zone' and that's where I stay. It's like, once I enter that zone, I can not leave or something.kali4niaguy wrote:you're a gal and you actually start the conversation with the guys? I wish there were girls like you around here.
Guys tend to view me as just a good friend. I have a lot of male friends, and only one female friend. I generally get along better with guys too. I dunno. I always thought I'd be perfect girlfriend material, because I lack a lot of the annoying female qualities that guys complain about their girlfriends over. (I'm straight forward, I don't play mind games, I don't like "chick flicks", etc.) But apparently, lacking those qualities makes me just a good buddy? I have no idea. It's so frustrating. T_T