You've finally got a date?
Never got that response before. Then again, I've never asked a girl on a date before, either. These things have always just happened with me. Just ending up in a relationship after hanging out with the person and getting to know them. No stuff, one size fits all, dates for me.
@Elliott404 No, unfortunately not yet
But I'm going to, hopefully. Slow and steady wins the race
Oh. . My bad. Hope you'll get a lifetime date.
It's too soon to talk about lifetime. People change and some stuff just can't stay the same.
Some changes aren't necessary bad changes. Sometimes, it's for the best.
And I am not the type of guy to search a girl for a lifetime relationship, since that's just a ridiculous imagination given the 30% divorce rate in our country and given that I intend to get out of this dump someday.
Oh. I see =w=
I've set my sights to Lithuania. From what I've seen Baltic areas are the only place in Europe where you can rely on people. And I need some leader I can rely on in my life. I'm a born support role.
Good luck with that. Just be careful who to trust.
Don't worry. I've grown to be quite a sociopath. I don't trust anybody, I'm cold and calculating and skilled in written word (i.e. skilled in manipulation as well). I'll be alright
Oh good then. You'll do fine then =w=
I think you're judging your homeland far too harshly. Divorce has been a thing since ancient times. You've just got to make the most of what time you have on this earth. People are people. No one is made just for us. No one owes us anything, nor do we owe them anything.
I know divorce has been around since ancient times. Just like cheating. However, I'm not judging Czechs too harshly. We're number 1 in divorces in EU, number 1 cheaters and number 1 atheists. And it's no coincidence.
Sexuality has always been a part of our culture. Always. We have very loose morals and are not afraid to speak about it. As such we excel in these numbers... However, on the bright side thanks to that we are quite forward in sexual education and child pregnancies are a pretty little problem here.
Correlation does not imply causation. Also, from what I could find, Portugal has the highest divorce rates in Europe. The Czech Republic isn't even in the top 5. Could be outdated information, though. These things ar ejust part and parcel of being human. It happens all over the world, including in heavy religious countries.
Or could be my outdated information, it's been years since I searched for it.
You're absolutely right though, it is part of human nature. Men try to spread their genes, women try to get a strong partner to have strong children with. Nevertheless, my main problem is always going to be the Czech toxicity.
Just try not to pass judgement over an entire country based on the handful of people you've personally encountered. We're individuals, not hive minds. Sure, we are a part of a greater society, but that doesn't mean we support everything that society does; we still hold individual beliefs and morals. You're not the only person in your country to hold the beliefs, thoughts, and morals you do.
And yes, toxicity is everywhere too... But while our GDP per capita is the same as poorer western countries', our moral and juristicular system is pro-corruption.
Actually, I'm not judging just based on people I've encountered. News websites' comments are not the pinnacle of Czech wisdom I judge from a far bigger spectrum. People I've encountered, people I've heard about and events that happen.
Second hand information is useless, and is often tainted by personal bias. Don't use it. You're judging 10.58 million people based on a couple of personal encounters and some second hand information. Sometimes we've just got to accept that it's not other people who are the problem, it's ourselves. I'm sure others have judged you negatively, too.
It's far from just that. But I'd be discussing politics, so I won't elaborate here.
Never ask a girl for a date.
Women like confident men, and if they will see you begging they might think you are a loser (or worse a pervert), especially if you keep pushing it despite their refusal.
If they find you interesting then they will find a way to approach you by themselves.
I also don't believe divorce rate is so high anywhere in the world.
Too many factors involved that have nothing to do with countries or places.
Yeah, divorce just happens. People simply grow apart over time. Sure, some folks stay together for most of their lives, but not everyone can do that. A divorce is better than taying in an unhappy, unproductive marriage. That's just my opinion, though.
Her laughing at you just isn't a good sign. You're probably screwed.
Just be yourself. If your interested in a person and you have a good relationship with them, just tell them that. They'll either tell you one thing or the other but any choice they make shouldn't affect the friendship. And, if she changes her mind later on, well, there you go.
I've never scored by being confident. I've scored by being unpredictable and bold. In other words being myself. I agree though, begging sucks.
Find a date is easy especially at the night clue. But people find a partner who sticks with you when it is storming. It is hard.
Don't ask for dates. Ask if she wants to go out for a cup of coffee. Or invite her to lunch. Be casual about it. Then you talk about your interests and your job and such. Communication is the key to success.
Of course, you can find easy women. Like my sister. She only just got out of a ten year relationship that went nowhere, went on a date a week later with some dude and now a year later she is married to him. So you can find desperate women.
I see, it's a misunderstanding I did not ask her for a date that literally. It's just, when you ask a girl out with the intention of going on a date, it's asking her for a date, just a different figure of speech.
Still doesn't change the fact that laughing at that instead of yes or no kind of felt weird But luckily it was just a surprised laugh, not a no kind of a laugh. I guess I just need better timing than in a middle of an exam period.
**in the middle of an exam period...
Right. Like you know before or afterwards when you are casually having a conversation.
Actually, yes. I know perfectly well when I'm dating and when I'm having a hangout. I never escalate a first day encounter into a date. Better safe than sorry. And given the sporadicity of my outgoings when our second meeting comes, I usually know full well what I intend to do.
Well see, if your hanging out and she suddenly starts to strip off her clothes, then I assume your dating then.
Or who knows, maybe she is just in to one night stands. Who knows.
If we're hanging out and she begins to strip clothes, either she's trying on new clothes she wants to buy or I should wake up.
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