As the title imply, theres this girl who gets off at the same bus stop as me on the way to work. Some times we catch each others eyes for more then that split second and my heart goes all funny. But after we exit the bus she talkes to her friends and walks towards the office buildings and I walk the other direction to the warehouses.
Sit next to her on the bus and try to have a convo with her. There really is no real way to come off normal and not a creepy stalker here :P
What about "Hey there! I noticed we take the same bus every morning, so why not chat it up a little on our way to work?"
Just come off as a friendly guy trying to have a bit of fun on the boring bus ride at first; then try to ramp it up from here.
>>What about "Hey there! I noticed we take the same bus every morning, so why not chat it up a little on our way to work?"
Hahahaha, yeah right
manufacture some kind of situation where you'll have to talk to her, i suppose. anyone just coming out with "hi there!" to a stranger on public transport will generally seem weird. although i think it varies between countries how much you can actually get away with in that respect.
Once you overcome the fear of saying "hi" and learn to look friendly and aren't aggressive, you'd be surprised how people get intrigued by that, exactly because they're not used to it (ok, some people will be scared anyway). Although I must agree that it probably depends on the country/culture.
Complaint idea = bad. Either notice something particular about her (not her eyes or something else generic) and point out that you like it, or (and perhaps this is better) say "We've seen each other around, but don't know anything about each other. My name's __. Have you ever been to/done/seen ___?"
I'm scared when guys talk to me on the bus. It's rather creepy. What if they get off and follow me home afterwards? Don't talk to her on the bus.
Go to her office and raep.
>>8 That isn't the first time I've heard that before. Of course there have been times when girls have tried to pick up on me when I was riding the subway.
It's all about chances. There is no sure way that it will lead to something. But the good thing is there are no tricks involved. Next time your eyes meet, just smile, wave and say 'hi'. She might ignore you and look away. Or she might say 'hi' back and you can go from there.
Creepy is defined by how attracted you are to the person.
Ugly guy hitting on me at the bus stop = ew, get away from me, you weirdo! D: D:
lol I guess that is true. Now that I think about if a cute girl smiles at me on the subway I'm like 'yesss'
But if she's not my type, I kinda of give her the 'what are you lookin at?' eye.
Which is totally disgusting in turn and one of the many reasons I hate people.
Don't know if >>14 is ugly, but he sure can't rejection if he hates her afterwards :P
Just use the universal conversation starter, "Hey, how's it going?"
I mean you've been riding the same bus as her for awhile now. It won't come off as awkward. (I think......)
^oh poor you, your too handsome.
You heard it here first, ugly men are saints who would never take advantage of a woman.
Those poor decent, honest, hardworking, noble ugly men.
Next time you get in a jam, just ask yourself:
I was speaking about the ones pulling such shit specifically. People hardly ever come and talk to you out of the blue like that, there's always an agenda.
oh man...boy will never understand girls and girls will never understand boys like this..........