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    she's probably playing hard to get. have you made it clear you're interested in her? or are you not interested. she may be shy as well. i think you should maybe be a little bit more sensitive towards her, there may be reasons why she's acting like this. go and see her. ask her.
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    (Original post by Rachaella Bella)
    she's probably playing hard to get. have you made it clear you're interested in her? or are you not interested. she may be shy as well. i think you should maybe be a little bit more sensitive towards her, there may be reasons why she's acting like this. go and see her. ask her.
    How can he ask if she's too shy...

    :rolleyes: :p:
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    Say you live 5 floors up. She lives 4 floors up.

    You have 5F*9.8 joules (=A).

    She has 4F*9.8 joules (=B).

    A-B=F*9.8 joules
    B-A=-F*9.8 joules

    To expend the least energy, it is clear to use the gravitational potential advantage you have over her. Do not make her go up against the mighty F*9.8 joules, women hate that!

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    Walk down the stairs and see her....
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    (Original post by bugmenot)
    How can he ask if she's too shy...

    :rolleyes: :p:
    what?
    well maybe she's waiting for him to ask. if he asked straight off, then she would probably be more willing to say.
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    I reckon she really likes you. It's so obvious. You just need to put more effort in, you know?...like in the olden days; you need to woo her.

    Plus, if she asks you, "are you going to x event"...
    and you text back "no"...
    and then she texts back "me neither"...
    then that is a BLATANT hint that you should offer to do something with her separately (if you're not otherwise engaged, of course).
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    (Original post by Usar)
    There's this girl who is sending me mixed messages. Everytime she's gone out, it's with me, and she always talks to me only on these nights out, and talks to me all the time on Facebook (and no one else really) and then this whole week (back at uni), she txted me asking "if i was back yet" and I said "yes in my room come up if you like" and she said "are you going to x's meal" and I said "no" and she said "me neither" and we just left it at that. After that, nothing. She didn't come up to see me, and as far as I'm aware, hasn't done anything either. She lives one floor down from me, and we're practically best friends, and she hasn't bothered to see me. I can't believe it that I haven't actually seen her since last year :rolleyes:

    WTF? Women are ****ing irritating. It annoys me how much time spent together we're wasting. End of rant. Anyone have anything similar?

    March down to her room wearing only a thong and a dressing gown, kick the door down, and give her a good old fashioned seeing too.
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    (Original post by Usar)
    Everytime a group of my friends goes out, I've texted her to see if she wants to come as well. And whenever they go out, she texts me saying "are you going out tonight?" and implies that she won't go if I don't. I'm always the one arranging to see a film with her. Whenever me and my friends hang around in the kitchen "socialising" I've always got her to come. What has she done for me? the only thing I remember is we went into town to have a few drinks (just us two) and that was it.

    Advice to all women: please be clear and honest with what you want. So ****ing annoying.
    So you only invite her to go out with your friends? and she is the one who actually made the effort to arrange something with the two of you...

    stop being such a tool.
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    Some woman dont know how to play the relationship game. Maybe she is unsure of how much she feels for you...if its anything beyond friendship. And yes, its frustrating when your the one making all the effort and feel like you getting nowhere with someone you fancy, welcome to most womens world!

    Maybe she is just really shy, do you even know if shes been in many relationships? Have you ever even told her how you feel? That could sort this whole thing for bettere or worse
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    (Original post by Usar)
    I've made so much effort to see her that I'm a bit annoyed she hasn't done anything. When we broke up for Xmas last year, I was the one that bothered to go down to see her (when she didn't even tell me when she was leaving) and we had a chat and I left. If she's not interested in me, I don't want to make it seem as if I care this much (even though I do). What I mean is, I've done a lot to get our relationship moving, she has done hardly anything. So I don't want to force anything if she has no interest in it.
    ask her on facebook if she likes you. if she says no just say it was a friend of yours back home that knows your password and that thought it would be funny to send that
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    (Original post by bugmenot)
    Oooh, thats an interesting point...

    how do you know if a girl is a lesbian? not all of them grow beards and shave their heads... confuses people... :-(
    they tend to hit on women instead of males?
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    (Original post by Avo)
    Say you live 5 floors up. She lives 4 floors up.

    You have 5F*9.8 joules (=A).

    She has 4F*9.8 joules (=B).

    A-B=F*9.8 joules
    B-A=-F*9.8 joules

    To expend the least energy, it is clear to use the gravitational potential advantage you have over her. Do not make her go up against the mighty F*9.8 joules, women hate that!

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    Walk down the stairs and see her....
    Thanks for the physics (I already know it) but you're missing the point.


    I reckon she really likes you. It's so obvious. You just need to put more effort in, you know?...like in the olden days; you need to woo her.

    Plus, if she asks you, "are you going to x event"...
    and you text back "no"...
    and then she texts back "me neither"...
    then that is a BLATANT hint that you should offer to do something with her separately (if you're not otherwise engaged, of course).
    Wow this post is quite effective. I hope you're right. But unfortunately I am much too nervous to actually ask her :rolleyes:

    So you only invite her to go out with your friends? and she is the one who actually made the effort to arrange something with the two of you...

    stop being such a tool.
    Can you imagine how awkward it would be for me to invite a girl to do something on our own? And the time she invited me alone, she actually invited one of our friends as well but he couldn't come so it ended up just us.

    Maybe she is just really shy, do you even know if shes been in many relationships? Have you ever even told her how you feel? That could sort this whole thing for bettere or worse
    She hasn't been in a relationship afaict (I don't know why, she's good looking and amazing on the whole).

    I've decided to go and talk to her tomorrow. One thing that bothers me is that one of my (male) friends came back earlier and I know he's spoken to her! so annoying!!!
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    Maybe she's waiting for you to go down there.. and when you knock on the door she'll open it and quickly run to her bed and jump on it.. laying down in some random ass cheesey position and growls at you..

    Just a thought.
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    Learn guitar and write her a song.
    Make sure you play it loud enough for her to hear it downstairs. =P
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    (Original post by Nadinus)
    My advice would be to ask her straight out if she's interested. If not, ask her directly if she wants to hang out some time, making it clear that it's a date so that she won't feel uncomfortable saying no. If she declines then at least you'll know where she stands. If she gives a reason why she can't, that's probably a subtle way of saying no.
    Gooooood thinking Batman. And btws, i think its more that people are complicated not that women are difficult.
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    (Original post by Usar)
    Can you imagine how awkward it would be for me to invite a girl to do something on our own? And the time she invited me alone, she actually invited one of our friends as well but he couldn't come so it ended up just us.!
    Are you 10 or something?! seriously, maybe if you spent time alone with her you might find out some things bout her... she hasn't been in a relationship so I doubt she's going to make a move infront of all your mates.
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    (Original post by squeak)
    Are you 10 or something?! seriously, maybe if you spent time alone with her you might find out some things bout her... she hasn't been in a relationship so I doubt she's going to make a move infront of all your mates.
    :rofl: I agree. In the nicest possible way, O.P., I must advise you to grow some balls.
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    (Original post by Inside)
    :rofl: I agree. In the nicest possible way, O.P., I must advise you to grow some balls.
    Come on, give the man a break! It's not always easy to go out on a limb like that. But in a way i agree, need to get some guts
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    tell her they're converting your room into a primark.. she'll be round like a fly on ****..
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    Only one solution: Turn gay.

    :hubba:
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    (Original post by bugmenot)
    no u are... u must be... i saw u lookin at my nob... :-(
    Bwahahahahaha!! Best post ever :rofl: :rofl:
 
 
 
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