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Dear Dish-It, I Asked Him Out and He Said No

Dear Dish-It,

I asked this guy out who is really hot, but he said no. Then I asked him what was wrong with me and he said nothing was wrong with me. He doesn't even have a girlfriend. What should I do? You're the only one who can help me.

Dear meme2002,

Just because a guy (or girl) is single doesn't mean he's sitting around waiting to go out with the first person who asks him. This guy you're crushing on is probably perfectly happy being single right now and just doesn't want to be in a relationship. Don't be hard on yourself or beat yourself up over this cuz it's really not about you. He's just a guy who prefers to be on his own. So give him space and hang out as friends. If he ever wants a girlfriend, he'll know where to look. And who knows, you could even end up finding yourself another hottie to crush on who won't be able to resist your confident and assertive ways!

Good advice, but everybody gets rejected sometimes. It's a part of life.
Username: Anonymous

Look, if he said no, that just means he doesn't like you. No biggie. He probably has his eye on someone else. Look for someone else.
Username: Anonymous

You should get to know each other. Then he will see how great you are!
Username: Anonymous

I say just keep trying or just move on.
Username: Anonymous

You should talk to him.
Username: Anonymous

I wish I could help, sorry. I'm going through the same thing though, so don't feel bad.
Username: Anonymous

Just move on. I'm single for the first time in a long time and trying to enjoy it. Maybe he is too. Maybe he also just looks at you as a friend, nothing else. Just go find another hottie lol =)
Username: Anonymous

Girl, don't worry. I asked a guy out and he said no too. But guess what? An hour later, another cute and sexy guy asked me out. Lucky thing Cory said no.
Username: Anonymous

So, ya gotta burnin' question? Need some love directions? Thinkin' 'bout stuff like depression, sex,how ya feel 'bout YOURSELF (that's called "self-esteem"), boyfriends, girlfriends, losin' old friends, bullyin' or peer pressure, but too scared to ask the parents? Don't be scared to .

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    Dear Dish-It In The Forums

    Write an anonymous note. And tell him to put it somewhere that only you can get it back to see what he says.
    reply about 5 hours
    hey, i got a question, how would you get over a major mess-up, then try to act attractive, so you would still have a chance at maybe making a relationship with your crush.
    reply about 6 hours
    Ok, so how would you tell a crush you like them without them knowing it's you?
    reply about 10 hours
    drowning posted in Friends:
    I've been there when I was still in school. I don't personally have many friends now that I'm graduated, but that's more because the people here aren't worth being friends with. Off topic, my bad- Anyways, just try being a nice person. Sit with the other kid that's alone during lunch, find someone who needs someone to talk too, be open. I realize this can be difficult to do if you're shy, believe me, I've been there as well. Just remember that you need to stay yourself. I've lost friends because they turned out to be someone totally different than how they made themselves out to be. It's not worth it to pretend you're someone else. If it doesn't happen naturally after a little while, then you just have to keep in mind that it's your turn to put yourself out there. Remember that, "hey, I put myself out there and I made a friend, that's pretty cool." But, also remember that, "hey, I put myself out there and I didn't make a friend, that's pretty okay too." If you put yourself out there and someone doesn't accept it, then that's okay. It just means they weren't meant to be your friend and someone else will come along much better for you.
    reply about 15 hours
    Powerslave posted in Friends:
    If most people from this generation don't want to be friends with you, you are doing something right.
    reply about 15 hours