Is it acceptable to…
Don’t get me started. Pop music is the worst form of music. I passionately hate it too. However, pop-music isn’t what I was referring to. Pop-culture is basically all encompassing, in regards to media, which is very hard to escape. Trust me, I’ve tried.
It’s very rare that a guy asks you out just to be your friend. If he’s gotten up the courage to plan ahead, he likes you. It’s different if you’re taking a class together and he spontaneously says, let’s get coffee. Men and women can be friends, but…if he is very, very attracted to you, going out with him will encourage him or at least give him hope.
Attraction is pretty important; I’ve been in love with “ugly” guys but there was something I still found attractive about them, not necessarily physical, but that too….so don’t feel shallow.
Don’t do it. He probably wants to be more than friends.
Just do it.
If he can’t read your signals, and can’t accept that you just want to be friends, the boy’s got issues. It’s his problem, not yours. It’s sickening (but also funny) how girls always get the blame for this shit when it’s really the guys that are doing it wrong.
I agree that his responsibility of reading signals is totally his. But the girl has to avoid ambigious signals as much as she can, nobody can distinguish which part is red and which is blue in purple paint.
If you know his expectations are different from your intentions it’s definitely not okay if you don’t tell him up front.
Signals!? Dammit. I swear, I am so terrible with signals. I do my best to be super friendly to everyone. Everyone being the prerogative word.
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