Cute ways to say yes to dating
The nice thing with orders is that you expect them to be followed, most of the time. If you’re hearing this, you’re taking off the veil from a possibly foggy situation and acknowledge total confidence. If you hear this, your next question may not be necessary at all.
This “Yes” is coming with the sound of a hammer hitting a nail right in the head. This “Yes” is more than often the beginning of a beautiful friendship. That “yes” is my favorite, but if you ask me why, I’m not sure I know the answer.
Every time I hear this answer, I know something fundamentally new will happen. This “Yes” is wearing a suit and it’s quite disciplined. I think this “Yes” is the most “but”-prone from all.
If your question involves some long term plan, receiving this “Yes” could be a very good sign. The tricky part is that the other person is looking forward for the same things in you, so be careful.“I’m waiting for this question since I was born, dude. Nevertheless, hearing it makes me feel like I’m having some very important negotiation.
On the flip-side, it’s important that you take into consideration some …
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🙂The spooky thing about depression is that it sneaks in. Every breathe you take is putting more dark thoughts into your body.
There aren’t really trumpets and loud voices announcing: “Hail, hail, this is depression entering the room, all rise!
However, if you let fear hold you back from pursuing a girl, you will be left … It always seems if i were just to go up and greet her and ask her how …
But the confirmation level is so high and the triggered energy seems so available, that I’m almost feeling guilty for not going “there” yet.
I also think this is the more validating “Yes” from all.
If mastering the “No”‘s will activate an invisible safety belt, a good, plain and timely “Yes” will push us higher than we think we can. You say “I do” with almost your last breathe, still thinking the other person would never ask. The standard “Yes” of the impatient (and maybe of the compulsive one, but I’m not quite sure about that).
You are almost shouting, raising your voice in an effort of being heard and accepted. This answer literally bury the question and move the focus on the physical action.