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Hi,

I was askin this to a member on the site the other day and they suggested it would be good to open it as a discussion on the forum. So what do you people think? Any experience from guys and girls welcome! :-)

This could also stem to, how can you tell if she is interested at the sane time.

Thanks,

Will

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Hi Will,

this really is one of those questions where you never can get one answer that fits all. Girls generally like to be "started" by guys, but when a girl is anxious about something about specific guy she'll send 100 SMSs in an hour. So, the right measure --- thet is the real problem.
Hope others will have more ideas - all people have different experiences, so it should help.
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There's no rule on who's going to text first. As a girl I like to be "started" :-D in a polite and discrete way. But I was "starting" boys too XD They like to be "started" as well you know. For example, my boyfriend was positively surprised when I made the first move on him...four years ago. I just said to my colleague (his friend): "I like your friend A LOT and I want you to tell him that." So, after a day or two, he asked for my number, and he text me first, I would text him first if I had his number... and that's it. Happy end. :-D
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I'm with April on this. I would have loved it if a girl who was interested in me had made it known to me.
Of course we didn't have texting or email when I was a teen ----------- in the 50s. Years later, when I came home from the Army and all the girls I knew from high school were married, I learned about several of them who liked me in our school days. If I had known about it I certainly would have asked them out.

I can't help but wonder how many good matches have been missed because a girl didn't let a guy know she was interested.

I know a girl was supposed to wait for a guy to do the asking when I was young but I would not have been at all upset if a girl had called me.

One of the girls I learned about who liked me and was married when I returned home, was a girl I actually took to a drive in movie once. I didn't actually date her. A friend of mine who didn't have a car wanted me to take him and his girl to the movie so his girl brought along a friend for me. It was kind of awkward because we both knew it was just a set up so they could go to the movie. We both went home thinking the other one wasn't impressed when it was really just the opposite. I never called her because I thought she wasn't interested and she didn't call me because girls weren't supposed to do that. I can't help wondering what might have been, because she really turned me on that night. :-( She was the only girl who ever gave me what we called "lover's nuts". >;)
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