Did you get the girl you had your eyes on? As in, the girl you would want to be in a long-term relationship with. Sadly, I can't say I've really tried, unless you count adding her on facebook and commenting on a status. If you didn't get her, did you compromise? Or do you feel you ended up with someone better?
Honestly... pussied out on most all of them. And the one I tried with we had a good thing for a while but she turned out to be pretty terrible. Funny how someone can be one way to your face and completely different when they aren't around you or are communicating through the distance of a phone.
So yeah, not going well. But hey, on to the next. I'm good with me and the rest will come with time.
I don't really understand the question. Did I get "the" girl? Who? I can't say I have had my eyes on a perticular girl for a long time. I've had my eye on plenty of girls I never got. But I now have someone great, but I never wanted her and went after her, we just met by chance or destiny and fell in love right away. The feeling was mutual from the start, I never had to ask if she loved me. Never had to go through that period of insecurity. Now that I think about it it's pretty damn amazing.
Nope, asked her out twice too. To be fair though, first time I asked I'd been given faulty information, and she was still seeing her previous boyfriend.
Refuse to give up though, cos I'm a pain in the arse that way. Sucks that we have so much in common and can talk forever, yet I can't even get one date.
Also sucks having to listen to her talk about all the guys she does like and all the dates she's going on...
Nope, asked her out twice too. To be fair though, first time I asked I'd been given faulty information, and she was still seeing her previous boyfriend. Refuse to give up though, cos I'm a pain in the arse that way. Sucks that we have so much in common and can talk forever, yet I can't even get one date. Also sucks having to listen to her talk about all the guys she does like and all the dates she's going on...
Probably time to let that one go
I feel that I almost got her, even though she got together with one of my friends. When they had been together for a while she said that she'd thought about if she'd been with me instead, and even som drunk talk about getting together. Then I moved to another city for studies, and that dream died.
We still talk, she said she can't stop talking with me.
I got my girl, i went through a whole bunch of girls with the same interests as me and none of them worked out, then i went out with the one im with now (4 years and still going) who only had one or two shared interests and we work better than any of the ones i had before. Its best not to try and look for the one perfect girl because honestly, she dosent exist, try going for girls who like different things than you do. Half of the relationships I was in before broke up because we had nothing to talk about.
Haven't tried because I know I can't succeed. I just know I can't. I am not her type. That's not her fault, or my fault. That's just the way of the world - sometimes people are just incompatible with each other. It wouldn't work out, I think. She's free-spirited, I'm very conservative (not politically, but in terms of personality). She's energetic, I'm lethargic. She likes exploring, walking around town, drinks, parties and watching movies. I like reading books, grimacing and rolling my eyes at the TV, bitterly complaining about the young people, and arguing passionately about politics, history and culture. She likes that sort of thing too - she's a very smart person, but the difference is that I really like arguing about politics and religion and history. I don't think she would like being around a sour-puss like me, who likes to gripe about things.
It's a pity. Oh well. I wish her all the best of luck in whatever relationship she pursues in the future. The likelihood of her wanting to be with me is slim, even if I would totally jump at the opportunity to date her. But it's her choice, and frankly, I think she's probably made the right choice to not date me, as I don't think I could make her happy. I really don't.