By DopeDickDover - United States
Today, at school, a cute girl kept glancing up at me, giggling, and looking away as soon as I looked at her. So naturally I walked up to her and asked if she wanted to go out sometime. She said she didn't like me, she was just laughing at how big a zit was on my forehead. FML
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By  Tendou_fml  |  12

Seriously OP?? Are you in middle school ? She looks at you and laughs so you just walk up to her and casually ask her if she would like to go out ? I understand if you were trying to flirt or joke around but if you were serious YDI

  Welshite  |  39

Exactly. You know they are really into you when they start screaming in terror and running away. That's how I got my girlfriends. Just make sure to carry extra rope.

  9a_1z  |  12

Asking a cute girl out sure beats wallowing in misery because you don't have the guts to approach anyone. It's not like he was crass or inappropriate about it.

  DoomedGemini  |  37

I see no problem with it? Most girls expect boys to ask then out rather than them doing it but when a boy does after thinking she was interested he's wrong for doing it? It's completely understandable that he thought she was interested, but obviously she was just a bitch.

  mwali02  |  32

I agree with #61. You can try just about any pick up line on a girl that likes you and get a positive response. On the flip side, you could have the best line in the book, and a girl who couldn't care less still may not give you the time of day.

In this case, the little tween girl was definitely rude, OP, but keep up the confidence. Guys will respect that, and the right girl will appreciate it. Good luck!!! :)

  liquifiednate  |  21

This reminds me of when I was in high school and some girl would constantly call me hideous or ugly and then one day I just about had enough and said, "you know I would argue with you but my mom told me ugly people have nothing to lose." And just like that she stopped making fun of me and we somehow became friends.