Well theres alot of girls in my school.And my friend wants tips. And I need some too. He mostly wants to know hwo to get one, and I want to know what do girls mostly like.
Well, it all depends on the girl you want. Some are shallow and only care about looks, and some go for personality. If you're going for a shallow girl then just stick with the latest styles and make sure you look hot... But I'm guessing that you're going for a nicer girl, soo here are some tips: 1. Be yourself, don't try to hide your real personality or else it'll turn out bad in the end. 2. Girls love sweet guys who make them feel good about themselves so shower your girl with plenty of compliments. 3. Don't dress completly out of style and weird, it's a turn off. 4. Talk to the girl as much as you can and make friends with her before asking her out. How to Keep Your Girlfriend 1. Once you've got her don't stop with the compliments. 2. You don't have to buy her really expensive gifts, it's mostly the thought that counts. And remember, most girls love jewellery, and stuffed animals such as teddy bears are good for cheap gifts. 3. Obviously don't flirt with other girls or cheat on her. 4. Be sweet and plan romantic dates or go along with the ones that your gf plans.
5. Focus on your gf and don't talk about other girls with her or else you'll probably make her jealous or it can present an awkward situation. Breaking Up If you feel the need to break up with your gf, do it nicely and try not to hurt her feelings. Be honest with her and tell her why it's not working out. I didn't have much time to write this, my parents are yelling at me to get off the computer. Any more questions just ask me. I'll try to write more tomorrow.
she basically told you everything you need to know. other than that make sure you don't wait too long to ask the girl out or she'll be too used to you being just a freind.
Shopping ChickBreaking Up If you feel the need to break up with your gf, do it nicely and try not to hurt her feelings. Be honest with her and tell her why it's not working out.[/quote] Listen to that part. If it comes to that (if in all likelihood it will), you don't want to be feeling any worse than you need to. [QUOTE=SilentScythe]other than that make sure you don't wait too long to ask the girl out or she'll be too used to you being just a friend.
How long is too long? I was a good friend with my last girlfriend for six or seven months before I started "going out" with her...
colonel_bobListen to that part. If it comes to that (if in all likelihood it will), you don't want to be feeling any worse than you need to. How long is too long? I was a good friend with my last girlfriend for six or seven months before I started "going out" with her...
i think its the point where you act around them the same way you act around guys. usually when someone is atracted to another, they will subconciously act different around them. if you get to the point of a usual casual state the thought of you two going out starts to seem strange especially if she's "just one of the guys" . I'd guess more than a year depending on the person. I've made the mistake, twice.:(
*moved to the pub*
[COLOR=black]An active interest in her opinions and feelings is crucial to the hook up. [/COLOR]
just be yourself
I'm not bashing shopping chicks post but, I've never gone on some sort of romantic date with a girl, I hardly ever compliment a girl and am quite brutally honest, and never flirted with girls. And women have never been a problem on my list so. Truth is, sure, you can compliment them all you like and try to be your sweetest n all that, but then you're just like every other average joe and you're just trying it harder or not than them. If you want to keep a girl and really impress her you gotta be different, now this, fact - 1. Yeah, girls love being chased and complimented n all that, They love it when guys do it. 2. Sad truth is for all the neeks who didn't get this but just because they like it doesn't mean they will like you. Girls hate having to chase a guy, but they love a guy they have to chase.