We've all come across the cute, quiet and shy guy at least once.
Everyone talks about how he’s usually so great and mysterious.
Well, I've seen enough so far throughout my 22 years of life to know the shy guys aren't all they're cracked up to be.
Here are a few: First and foremost, I’m so serious with this point. You shouldn’t have to strain to hear the guy in order to determine if he’s charming enough to date. Sure, you’ll have that sense of confidence when you (if you do) end up asking him out. There are some shy guys out there who are plenty confident when it comes to social media.
I just want to shout to the rooftops when I say the boy is WAY TOO QUIET. But, it would be way more romantic if he said something like, “Hey, you’re hot.” Well, um, not like that. For some reason, there's this idea forming in minds, saying, “Oh, hey, instead of calling, I'm just going to text and send photos and Facebook message her.” Trust me when I say, not getting in contact with a person after a few weeks or months, other than through social media, gets boring.
Maybe, I don't know, “cute” or something, but you get the point. Millions of unfortunate cases like these happen every day, but you can help make a difference by not taking the one-sided conversation crap anymore. Meanwhile, if you dare to have the audacity to consider face-to-face-type measures, like Skype, or maybe meeting him in public, good luck.
Why would you want to always be the one to do everything in the interaction? A guy who never makes an effort toward putting in the other 50 percent in a relationship is not the type you should be looking to date. ” Man: “Yeah.” Is it so difficult for him to return the question and ask what your favorite color is? Note to quiet guys: We’re going to need you to give us something more than one-to-two-word answers. That same quiet, shy guy most often has to cancel or doesn’t show up. The guy who’s seemingly “full of mystery” may come off as cute and appealing, but please snap out of it and wait for an assertive, romantic guy to come along. Casby currently studies at Syracuse University as a television radio & film master's program student.
I would even go so far to say that I'm a fairly kind-hearted individual. In person, though, well, you might never know about those aspects of me.
I'm one of the least shy people I know – my employer demands it —, and in the past, when I performed live at acoustic shows, being shy really wasn't an option.
So, why is it that when I'm interested in a woman or I see a group of them herding together at the club, I suddenly turn into this timid shell of a person? There’s war waging inside of us that we just can’t win. Here are 12 very transparent reasons why we are afraid to take that next step with women: We can sense the outcome of what will happen, and we run away from that happening.
Okay, imagine this scenario: Woman: “So, what’s your favorite color? Particular annoyances include him running right past you, barely saying hello, acting like you aren't there in front of him, and/or just coincidentally showing up in areas as soon as you leave. Writing, animation, K-pop and dancing are a few of her favorite things. Casby currently studies at Syracuse University as a television radio & film master's program student.
Writing, animation, K-pop and dancing are a few of her favorite things.