On dating sites. Are men expected to send a wink or smile first a long with starting a conversation?
I wanted to wait for a response before starting a conversation to make sure the interest is mutual. I’m not sure? Which is why I am asking for others views.1 AnswerSingles & Dating3 years ago
Where can I go for an update on this girls research on brain damage and brain injuries? Indrani Das Won Junior Noble Prize.?
My brother in law has had brain damage since 2011. I would like to find something to help him. Hopefully this young girls research could help him out.1 AnswerPsychology3 years ago
So I asked this girl out on Friday. She works from another district office of mine. I ran into her working at another office helping out. I didn't want to ask her out in the office. When I got home I sent a friend request on Facebook to her. She accepted and I told my friend. He goes ask her out. I knew I wouldn't see her again for a while. I asked her on message I said _ would you like to go to see a movie and have dinner with me at Alamodrafthouse tomorrow? Her response: Thanks, but I won't be able to. I am having family over this weekend. Sorry, maybe next time. Okay so do you think it was short notice or a not interested response?3 AnswersSingles & Dating8 years ago
I'm sick of that word! Why do inernet news reporters use that word in there articles? Is that the only word they can use. I'd like to put a petition against that word because it sounds lame. Isn't there another word they can use?5 AnswersOther - News & Events9 years ago
A lady that works in another district from my company wants me to date her daughter. She is beautiful only thing is she loves to drink and party. I do not drink nor do I party. This lady openly admitted to me that she chose me bc I am a quiet nice guy. She said she would like me to slow her partying down. If she gets drunk I could drive her home. Then she explained that her daughter is a good girl. Okay I have to admit I am curious. Lets be real here most girls today like bad boys. I am not one of those nor do I desire to be or pretend to be one. So If you were me what would you do?
So there is this girl that I recently received a friend request from but only because of her mother. She told me that she would have her daughter send me a friend request. The girls mother is a friend of mine. She works for another district and told me about her daughters and the oldest one was chosen. The young lady is 21 and I am 27. The mother likes me and thinks I am a nice guy. I just received the friend request Friday. I just messaged her yesterday. I said: Hi, I would like to meet you and possibly get together sometime. She replied: (Yeah sure that'd be fun). Now, I thought if she was not interested she would not send me a friend request regardless of what her mother said but on the other hand I do not know if she is only doing this for her mother. So my question is through her response do you think she is only being nice?
OKay. There is this lady at another district at my company that thinks I'm a handsome and polite individual. So she likes my mannerism and reputation around the company. I happened to be working in her district one day and she approaches me with I have two single beautiful daughters. I was caught by surprise with her telling me this. So I smiled and told her I would get back to her on an answer, because I really did not know what to say. Well she is my facebook buddy. I was commenting on her postings friday. Then shortly after her oldest daughter sends me a friend request. I accept and see photos of herself and was very surprised how beautiful she was. Now I would like to know how should I ask to meet up with her? I have never met her before and I do not have her phone number so the only way to contact her is through facebook right now.
What funny responses do people have for this? I am curious.1 AnswerOther - Society & Culture1 decade ago
I ran into a girl I used to go to middle school with years ago and she now works at Costco. This girl used to date my friend at the time. So last time I saw her she was cashiering and this time she was assisting someone else who was cashiering by loading the customers purchased items to there carts. Well, I was in the line she was working and my family members were paying for there purchases while I spoke to her. I asked her if she attended the middle school I went to and she said yes. I told her I remembered her and that she dated my friend and she started laughing. We spoke for a little while. Then, I asked her if she had a facbook account and she explained that most people have difficulty finding her. I proceeded and then asked if she could write the info in order to find her and right away she gave me her contact information with phone number. I had a crush on her back then and she looks better now. She seemed to be interested in me. So, this was Friday and Sunday I left her a voicemail explaining who I was and if she would like to get together the following weekend. I am not sure if she received my voicemail? I am gonna wait till Wednesday and text her. I kind of expected her to call me back or text me already. Do you think she has been busy and that's why she hasn't called back? Do you think she just hasn't listened to her voicemail? If, so what should I put on the text because I do not want to come across as desperate.1 AnswerSingles & Dating1 decade ago
So, I was in the check out line at Costco yesterday and bought a case of sodas. The cashier girl looked very familiar and we looked at each other confused as to where we have seen one another. Anyways, she carried on and I did as well. My brother-in-law was making a purchase also. As I checked out before him she was working but looking up at me every now and then. I was really stumped as to where I had seen her. Then it hit me last night that we used to go to middle school together but before my memory kicked in. I sent an email explaining that. I went through her line at Costco and explaining that I think I knew her from somewhere, but couldn't seem to place her. Then I asked her if she attended certain places I worked or went to school in the past. So, I would like to see her again and talk to her. I do not want to come off too strong. I also do not want to make her feel uncomfortable. Any suggestions as to what I should do???1 AnswerSingles & Dating1 decade ago
Myspace has this option, but I am not sure about Facebook? Does anyone know?1 AnswerFacebook1 decade ago
Last week, I went on a date with someone that I had been interested in for a while. The whole night was great we had a good time but she was curious about my age. I told her that I was 26 and she seemed bothered by it. I asked her what her age was and she refused to tell me so I changed the subject and started talking about other things. After a while she told me that she was 31, I was like ok so. Then she goes Im 5 years older than you. We have mutual friends and they agree there is nothing wrong with us dating. Anyways, I texted her Monday-I really had a good time with you Saturday! I hope you have a good day!. She replied the same. Wednesday night-I called her and left her a voicemail confirming Saturday for our next date as agreed. Well, I never heard from her Wednesday and she texts me Thursday the next day in the morning that she will call me later tonight. I never received a call from her. I get a call from her Friday night at 9pm but I missed it because I was taking care of my baby nephew. Here we are it's Sunday and I do not know what to do? My female friends that are not friends of hers tell me forget about her. Usually, I would be able to move on but I actually like this girl. My question is what should I do? What would you do if you were in my situation?6 AnswersSingles & Dating1 decade ago
Is there a number or address to contact someone? I have this man I work with that is a temp and he brags about not paying his child support. No one likes him because he is arrogant and tries bossing people around. My boss is a scared pansy that he wont get rid of him. He listens to this temp as if he is the boss.1 AnswerMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago