So a guy asks me out on a date, and I am not attracted to him whatsoever but I say "yes" because I would genuinely like to be friends with him. Is this okay? Or is it not okay to go on a date with him when I don’t feel that way?
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@Kayla – Hurt their feelings? This is a great misconception. Men don’t hurt like women do. There are a few exceptions, but if you’re hanging around with pussies, what does that say about you ?
And what’s this “to put him in the friend zone” shit ?
Do you even realize that you are putting yourself in this friend zone? Can you tell me how many guys had put YOU in their “friend zone” ? Probably not. :D
I was thinking “HELL NO, that is terrible” but then I started thinking of all the times that I wasn’t given a chance AT ALL. Give it a chance and maybe you’ll fall for him. At least if you give him a chance, he’ll feel a little more fulfilled that way.
That’s exactly what I thought. I don’t really think it’s that big of a deal. I figured I would just ask, because quite frankly, I’m not very aware of dating etiquette. I’m glad to hear that generally guys don’t fell “sad” when a girl turns them down, and I’m happy to be put in the “friend zone” and put him and the “friend zone.” Thanks for the advice!
In situations like yours, him asking you to do stuff one on one normally tends to be a date. If he were asking you to go with him in a group setting (eg. hang with a group of friends), it would probably be a friend thing.
Just some ideas/thoughts im tossing out there.