What to say/do when a girl says she likes you...?



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What if I'm talking to a girl that I like and she tells me "i like you" or something similiar.... What should I say or do??



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Are you asking what you should do or what I would do? Has a girl said she likes you or are you just wondering what you should do if one does? If I girl said she likes me she would probably be joking.



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bonez wrote:
What if I'm talking to a girl that I like and she tells me "i like you" or something similiar.... What should I say or do??


If she smiles and looks happy or relaxed when she says it, you'll get a good feeling.

Then in that case you should say what makes you feel good, something nice maybe, or tell her whether you like her.

If she looks inscrutable or you have a feeling that something is off, just be really nice to her in return and wait for more info.

There are a lot of nice comebacks to that, if you want to practice some lines, like

-- What do you like about me? (act happy when you want to say that, if you want to flirt).
-- I like you, too! (be ready to tell her why, tho, in case she asks)?
-- Do you like going to movies with guys you like? (if you want to ask her out)
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robo37 wrote:
Are you asking what you should do or what I would do? Has a girl said she likes you or are you just wondering what you should do if one does? If I girl said she likes me she would probably be joking.
no i am wondering what to do if one does say that. and i'm talking about if she's serious, not joking...



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bonez wrote:
What if I'm talking to a girl that I like and she tells me "i like you" or something similiar.... What should I say or do??


blush, giggle, and squeeze out "i like you too"

then your both blushing and giggling, and 15 minutes and 9 months later, you got some snotty offspring :)


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Sun Mar 15, 2009 2:36 pm

Say, "That's nice. I like you too," and then place your hand firmly on your wallet, and don't let go until she's out of sight.


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bonez wrote:
no i am wondering what to do if one does say that. and i'm talking about if she's serious, not joking...


Well if you like her then you should just say it. It would be silly to lie if she actually says it to you. So yeah, you could just say "I like you too!" or something like that. Depends how much you like her really-if you really like her and your pretty shore she likes you, you could replay by saying "yeah, but I love you".



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Sun Mar 15, 2009 4:56 pm

what if she says she loves you?

How often have I found myself unable to resist taking the Han Solo route and deadpanning "I know"?

(not that often)



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Say, "That's nice. I like you too," and then place your hand firmly on your wallet, and don't let go until she's out of sight.


Cute, Fnord.



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Say, "That's nice. I like you too," and then place your hand firmly on your wallet, and don't let go until she's out of sight.
sorry for sounding stupid, but can someone explain the joke....?



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bonez wrote:
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Say, "That's nice. I like you too," and then place your hand firmly on your wallet, and don't let go until she's out of sight.
sorry for sounding stupid, but can someone explain the joke....?


LOL. He's saying that women will drain you of your money. It can cost a lot to date... especially if the male pays for everything.



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ephemerella wrote:
bonez wrote:
Fnord wrote:
Say, "That's nice. I like you too," and then place your hand firmly on your wallet, and don't let go until she's out of sight.
sorry for sounding stupid, but can someone explain the joke....?


LOL. He's saying that women will drain you of your money. It can cost a lot to date... especially if the male pays for everything.


what do you mean "if" :]


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ZEGH8578 wrote:
ephemerella wrote:
bonez wrote:
Fnord wrote:
Say, "That's nice. I like you too," and then place your hand firmly on your wallet, and don't let go until she's out of sight.
sorry for sounding stupid, but can someone explain the joke....?


LOL. He's saying that women will drain you of your money. It can cost a lot to date... especially if the male pays for everything.


what do you mean "if" :]


YEAH, American custom, and I believe that of all native english speaking nations, and most, if not all, western european countries, and many others, say that MALE should pay!



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2ukenkerl wrote:
ZEGH8578 wrote:
ephemerella wrote:
bonez wrote:
Fnord wrote:
Say, "That's nice. I like you too," and then place your hand firmly on your wallet, and don't let go until she's out of sight.
sorry for sounding stupid, but can someone explain the joke....?


LOL. He's saying that women will drain you of your money. It can cost a lot to date... especially if the male pays for everything.


what do you mean "if" :]


YEAH, American custom, and I believe that of all native english speaking nations, and most, if not all, western european countries, and many others, say that MALE should pay!


Hey, for a woman, dating is like having a part time job. You have to work on every part of your body, from nails to hair. The constant plucking, shaving, grooming, exercise, clothes, hair etc has to consume about 20 hours per week. If you have long hair like me, just blow drying it every day eats up about 5 hours a week!

By the time I go out on a date, I'm so exhausted from all the grooming we are supposed to do, how can I be happy if I have to pay for my evening, too! After all that work, you feel unappreciated if you have to pay for dinner and entertainment, too.

And they really do care how you look, no matter what they say. :queen: :flower:



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Sun Mar 15, 2009 9:16 pm

ephemerella wrote:
Fnord wrote:
Say, "That's nice. I like you too," and then place your hand firmly on your wallet, and don't let go until she's out of sight.

Cute, Fnord.

... and what do 'you' do when a guy says that he likes 'you'?

Same thing, except 'you' keep 'your' hands and legs firmly crossed until he is out of sight.

A girl's gotta protect what's most important to her, right?

:wink:





('you' == the generic female ... guys got only one thing on their minds ...)


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