Free AdviceGet Free Advice
Home | Get advice | Give advice | Topics | Columnists | - !START HERE! -
Make Suggestions | Sitemap

Get Advice


Search Questions

Ask A Question

Browse Advice Columnists

Search Advice Columnists

Chat Room

Give Advice

View Questions
Search Questions
Advice Topics

Login

Username:
Password:
Remember me
Register for free!
Lost Password?

Want to give Advice?

Sign Up Now
(It's FREE!)

Miscellaneous

Shirts and Stuff
Page Backgrounds
Make Suggestions
Site News
Link To Us
About Us
Terms of Service
Help/FAQ
Sitemap
Contact Us


jealousy <<< Previous Question
Next Question >>> how to make a marshmallow costume

Should I do the move?


Question Posted Monday October 11 2010, 9:21 pm

Hello ,

So I have this situation , I go to the gym , and there is this guy that works there , and so , we use to eye eachother , he works there by the way , and later on he said ''hey'' to me one day , and the next time he was like ''whats up'' and as he came back hes like '' I always see you here , your here like 24/7'' and stuff , and then now he says ''hey'' to me or ''smiles'' to me and stuff , and I want to get to know him more , what should I do ? Should I ask him to hang out?


PLEASE HELP

Thanks.
BETTY


[ Answer this question ]

Additional info, added Monday October 11 2010, 11:25 pm:
Oh yeah , I was planning to have my friend ask him for me. Should she do it? or leave it to me? like be like '' you know that girl , she's wondering if you'd like to hang out sometime'' bla bla bla.

Want to answer more questions in the Relationships category?
Maybe give some free advice about: Love Life?


Rosey answered Monday October 11 2010, 10:18 pm:
Betty,
It seems like the guy is trying to make conversation but be careful....it could be one of three things: either he has a girl friend and is a die hard flirt (85% of heterosexual males, he is shamlessly shy (why he hasn't asked you out yet) or the gym has a strick policy about employees dating the customers. I am thinking it is one of these, men ususally go for it when they are interested. If you really like the guy perhaps you could ask him a couple of "generalized" questions that might enlighten you to the reason for his reluctantcy, or atleast acknowledge if he is indeed interested in you. If the cost is clear for you and he to "hang out" than it will happen just be patient, there is no hurry unless your membership is about to expire. Hope this helps Rosey ;)

[ Rosey's advice column | Ask Rosey A Question
]




gr8fruit answered Monday October 11 2010, 10:04 pm:
Hey there,
Yes, I would definately give it a shot :) He obviously likes that you are there, so ask him to hang out, grab a drink, go to a movie with you, or even just for a walk through a park. I am sure he will say yes; he already talks to you and smiles at you :) Ask him if he is interested in some quality time with you and then smile at him... I am positive he would like to get to know you better <3

[ gr8fruit's advice column | Ask gr8fruit A Question
]



Sweet_LiL_Angel answered Monday October 11 2010, 9:49 pm:
yeah go for it. its 2010. woman ask men to hang out or catch a movie or what not.

[ Sweet_LiL_Angel's advice column | Ask Sweet_LiL_Angel A Question
]
Recent popular questions:
Want to give advice?

Click here to start your own advice column!

How to be more confident in having sex?
How can I end my relationship with my boyfriend?
relationship crisis
How do I talk to my mother?
Roommate changed our diet, what do?
Why are things so weird now that my GF and I moved in with my parents?
I don't wanna die or be tortured and raped!
I've been cutting lately.
He always yells at me and
My nails are horrible!
Is he using me?
May a girl get pregnent i
Why should I tell him I have herpes?
If I give him herpes, can it get in my mouth?
I hate my new school
Was it my fault?
Affordable Maternity Dresses
I just can't lose weight
Weird lump in my upper inner thigh. Idk what to do?
I am being intimidated and i dont know what to do.

All content on this page posted by members of Advicenators.com is the responsibility those individual members. Other content © 2003-2014 Advicenators.com. We do not promise accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any advice and are not responsible for content.

Attention: NOTHING on this site may be reproduced in any fashion whatsoever without explicit consent (in writing) of the owner of said material, unless otherwise stated on the page where the content originated. Search engines are free to index and cache our content.
Users who post their account names or personal information in their questions have no expectation of privacy beyond that point for anything they disclose. Questions are otherwise considered anonymous to the general public.

[Valid RSS] eXTReMe Tracker