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Anonymous 46562

Let me give you a piece of advice.

If you have a crush, tell them. Pursue them. Please figure out if he/she likes you or not.

Even if you get rejected, it's far less worse than the pain of never knowing what could have been.

I wish I had known this.

Anonymous 46563

>>46562
>Even if you get rejected, it's far less worse than the pain of never knowing what could have been

No, it is not.

>t. got rejected

Anonymous 46564

>>46563
Nah, she's right
t. got rejected 5 times (6 if you count avoidance)

Anonymous 46565

>>46564
>>46563
I'd take straight rejection over this any day. At least you got closure and can move on. I will always wonder and not forget.

Anonymous 46574

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Telling them upfront that is much more preferred to hurting an established friendship later, go for it, also dudes are never confessed to so your odds are probably better than a guy confessing to a woman

Anonymous 46625

i did this and he didnt like me back, and i legit moved out of my house bc he's my neighbor and had a manic phase for 2 days. it is gon be hard but it is worth it, better to move on.

Anonymous 46734

>>46574
>your odds are probably better than a guy confessing to a woman

No, your odds are worse. Men do not like being propositioned. It threatens their masculinity.

Anonymous 46735

>>46734
Pretty much. Men are childish retards and always want what they cannot have. Even if they were the ones who liked you first, if you respond or make yourself too available they immediately lose interest. I learned this the hard way as I find it hard to hold back my feelings.

Anonymous 46762

>>46734
Then why do men on the internet say they want to be asked out by women?

Anonymous 46763

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>Even if you get rejected, it's far less worse than the pain of never knowing what could have been.
It's true, but she shouldn't say it

Anonymous 46764

>>46762
They’re retarded incels, in the same breath they’ll rage about how they can only pull landwhales or ethnic women.

Anonymous 46766

>>46764
I'm begging you stop going on /r9k/.

Anonymous 46768

>>46762
You can hit on qt racoon moids if that's what you are asking. But not on weird guys or macho dudes that are macho to in the end suprise other men because 90% of moids are insecure. Those kind of moids will talk shit behind your back & about women no matter what. Don't even try with moids that are already fucked up in the head by some ideology.

Anonymous 46786

>>46766
/r9k/ are the men who say they want to be asked out by women.

Anonymous 47444

why are you telling me to tell my married crush how i feel? Seriously?????? Are you literally telling to cause trouble?

Anonymous 47447

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Anonymous 47594

>If you have a crush, tell them.
Great idea! My crush is my boss and I'm sure he and his pregnant wife will be pleased.

Anonymous 47598

But I don't know if I like them or if I just want somebody there. Even if I do like them, and they like me back, I just know it will be over as soon as it began and not only will both of us be hurt but we don't have each other anymore. I'm fixated on the end when it hasn't even began, which is why nothing has ever been started.

Anonymous 47627

>>47598
>I don't know if I like them or if I just want somebody there

Date them and find out.

Anonymous 47665

>>47627
That's a pretty shitty move for the guy you will spend time with if you lead him on and then dump him just because you couldn't process your own emotions

Anonymous 47667

>>47665
That’s kind of what dating is for though, isn’t it? Going on dates to see if you enjoy spending time with them, and choosing whether or not to be exclusive based on that.

Anonymous 47668

>>47665
Men are constantly going on about how they want low commitment and no drama. If they flip out when that's what they get, it's on them.

Anonymous 48172

>>47627
how often is it that once you date a friend, and maybe even become exclusive, that you two go back to being friends like before, if the romantic relationship doesn't work out?



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