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Old 12-06-2011, 01:14 AM
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Default Re: Having trouble asking a girl out in college

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Originally Posted by drummindan8484 View Post
OK it appears there's a lot of miscommunication going on here between me and the rest of you so let's go back a ways.

I asked her out 2 classes ago. She asked if she could get back to me. I then talked to my teacher about it since he knows her real well and said knowing her, that means no. She just has one specific type of guy that she's looking for, and it's not me. He said in her mind, the religion thing may have been the only thing stopping us, and it sounds like he was right.

Fast forward to yesterday. I get a message from facebook saying thanks but no thanks. She said I'm a cool guy and everything but our views are just different and she didn't feel comfortable with that. So I asked my teacher for her # and never got it, which is probably a good thing. So I messaged her asking her to call me, which she refused to do- saying "there's nothing else for me to say". So I replied telling her exactly what I wanted to tell her- that I think the same way about a relationship with an atheist that she does with a Christian and that I wasn't offended, yet I still like her and want to be friends.
Just a side thought, but there are a lot of Christians in the country. That certainly removes tons of dating prospects for her. But props for asking her out, then coming back to continue your friendship. You are stronger than many men. XD
Personally, I don't see how religion is such an obstacle in some bf/gf relationships, but you're living the situation. I'm sure from your angle it's the reasonable move to make.

@eddie: The only way you get a gf/spouse is by asking out girls. And the trick is, you get better at it the more often you do it. There's also the factor that some people fall harder than others when getting rejected, but drummindan seems to be handling things pretty smoothly. (to me, a 17 yr old lol)
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