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#15 - imonaboatman (10/25/2013) [+] (16 replies)
I finally got up the confidence to ask out the girl I had a crush on. She said yes, only to, a week later, before we even had a date, tell me that she had just gotten out a "bad relationship" and didn't want to date anybody. Now I fell like I'm bothering her every time I talk to her and feel like a loser beta faggot. I would've been much better off just never doing anything like usual because of my lack of confidence. Confidence is bad.
I finally got up the confidence to ask out the girl I had a crush on. She said yes, only to, a week later, before we even had a date, tell me that she had just gotten out a "bad relationship" and didn't want to date anybody. Now I fell like I'm bothering her every time I talk to her and feel like a loser beta faggot. I would've been much better off just never doing anything like usual because of my lack of confidence. Confidence is bad.
#32 - actrueskater (10/25/2013) [+] (5 replies)
To those talking about bad experiences with girls because of finally having confidence, and it going badly, I have a a thing or so to say.

The quicker you realize that dwelling on one girl, and having a crush on one girl for an extended period of time without doing anything, the less likely you are to have anything come from it.

If she has a boyfriend, move on. Don't sit there waiting for them to breakup.

If she doesn't have a boyfriend, ASK HER OUT. Not to the movies, to dinner. I don't care if you've just got her number, or if you even have it. If you've had >1 decent conversation with this girl and you know you'll see her again, do it. And if she says yes, congratulations, you got a date to a nice, not incredible, but a nice restaurant. If she says no, you have absolutely no reason to be upset/angry/a bitch. Just how you don't like certain girls for no other reason than just that you don't see them romantically, girls also have those feelings.

You aren't her type, nbd, get on with it. It isn't about having confidence to ask a girl out. It's having the awareness that her answer truly does not matter, because you will find someone in good time, so one girl saying no is not the end of the world, and neither is ten.

That went longer than I thought.. meh.
#21 - rogueshadow (10/25/2013) [-]
It's funny, I read the first line as "confidence is the key to ******* everything," but caught my mistake and corrected it, glad that I didn't ruin the punchline.

Then I read the actual punchline. I'm not sure how I feel about this.
User avatar #1 - psychadelicace (10/24/2013) [+] (9 replies)
I know i just don't have any, it's why i'm here
#49 - lolollo ONLINE (10/25/2013) [+] (12 replies)
I've recently come to the conclusion that I don't have a girlfriend not because I lack the confidence to talk to, or even ask out, girls. I don't have a girlfriend because I like to know a girl before I actually move into anything potentially romantic. When people are bugging me about asking a girl out, they always ask "Well do you like her?" "I don't know." "How do you not know?" "Because simply looking at someone from far away, and having a 5 minute conversation with them, isn't nearly enough information on the intricacies that she is as a human being."

I was raised to not give a damn about looks. I wasn't emotionally abused, I as just taught to value the long term possibilities of a relationship over the short term (like good looks). Obviously I have preferences over things like "Are you healthy, or is your heart going to stage a mutiny at any moment?" but if you show me a beautiful girl, I probably won't think too hard on it. I won't not notice, but I'm not going to be one of those guys who asks for a girl's number because she "wooked, pwetty!"

I'm one of those guys who isn't comfortable with romantic thoughts on someone who I've barely met, yet that's the sort of decision society wants me to make in the first 5 seconds. I don't want the "Would you date her?" part of my brain to be synonymous with the "Would you **** her?" part. And as it stands, whenever I'm faced with a beautiful girl where I'm meant to ask the question "Would I date her?" I don't know what the **** to do. I know her even less than literally all of my other female friends, and I'm still sorting through all of the information on them.

You can call me indecisive if you want, but I'd much rather take my time on a decision that's supposed to effect the rest of my life.
#58 - officialjg (10/25/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I really don't get people who hate having confidence because they tried it once and got either denied or had a bad experience. That's not the point of having confidence. Confidence is having the balls to do something and not being afraid and accepting how it might turn out. Confidence doesn't automatically give you what you want but it allows you to take chances. No one ever knows how a situation might turn out, asking someone out is no less different. But having the confidence to go out and get it not only builds character but it boost yourself self-esteem. The amount of uncertainty is scary, sure. Most things things in life are scary. It's how you deal with them that makes you strong.    
   
In terms of dating, people love getting asked out anyway. Whether you're male or female, a person feels more then happy getting asked out on a date. Because you proved to them that they're worth getting through the overwhelming fear of uncertainty. It feels good and its more then enough to get a person to like you, or at least have gain enough interest in you to go out with you. Unless they want to get to know you more, you're just not their type, or they're just an outright cunt.    
   
tl;dr cool guys look at explosions
I really don't get people who hate having confidence because they tried it once and got either denied or had a bad experience. That's not the point of having confidence. Confidence is having the balls to do something and not being afraid and accepting how it might turn out. Confidence doesn't automatically give you what you want but it allows you to take chances. No one ever knows how a situation might turn out, asking someone out is no less different. But having the confidence to go out and get it not only builds character but it boost yourself self-esteem. The amount of uncertainty is scary, sure. Most things things in life are scary. It's how you deal with them that makes you strong.

In terms of dating, people love getting asked out anyway. Whether you're male or female, a person feels more then happy getting asked out on a date. Because you proved to them that they're worth getting through the overwhelming fear of uncertainty. It feels good and its more then enough to get a person to like you, or at least have gain enough interest in you to go out with you. Unless they want to get to know you more, you're just not their type, or they're just an outright cunt.

tl;dr cool guys look at explosions
#29 - anonymous (10/25/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Confidence is beta..domence is alpha
User avatar #39 to #29 - marsupilami (10/25/2013) [-]
What is spelling?
#25 - anonymous (10/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
>have confidence
>say/do something because you're confident
>you're also a huge *******
>mess everything up
>everyone things that you're annoying
>have no friends/the ********* friends in existence
>no confidence
User avatar #42 to #25 - commontroll (10/25/2013) [-]
> **** everything up
>Everybody laughs
>Success
>Stay confident
>Everybody thinks you're hilarious and awesome for not caring about doing stupid things
>???
>Profit
#14 - heartlessrobot (10/25/2013) [+] (7 replies)
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Confidence won't get you far if you're ugly. And by far I mean in bed with someone other than yourself.
User avatar #55 - fattymcgee (10/25/2013) [-]
Confidence is key to everything except every keyhole
User avatar #47 - sgrave (10/25/2013) [-]
It's good to be confident. It's one of the qualities employers look for.
It's bad to be overconfident, it just makes you look like and asshole
User avatar #66 - swimmingprodigy (10/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Can someone please explain what the picture is trying to say? Im not retarded, hear me out:

I am confident. I'm 18, good looking according to multiple girls, intelligent according to my GPA and ability to carry on a conversation about deep topics, I own a car and a motorcycle, I was captain of my swim team in high school etc etc I don't want to start feeling like I'm bragging.


Anyway; I feel pretty confident in myself. I just don't know how to show it, and I have no idea how it affects the ability to ask girls out or whatever. Just because I'm confident doesn't automatically get bitches on my dick all day erryday; in fact that last time I had any sexual contact with a girl was March.
#46 - Bluemistake ONLINE (10/25/2013) [-]
I'm fat, I'm ugly and I'm confident, just go out and do stuff people! If you ask a girl out and she says no. Well done, you're exactly where you would have been had you not done ANYTHING in the first place, so it doesn't even matter. It doesn't change the scheme of things. She says yes, good job! You can get your dick wet. Don't be a whiny bitch about it just be confident and keep trying, it's the key to everything.
#45 - theguywhoaskswhy (10/25/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Next time you ask out someone you like, try to draw away from the mundane. Dinner and a movie is all well and good, but if he or she is more to you than a casual fling, I recommend a picnic.
Doesn't even have to be at the park, you can do it in your living room, in a fort made of pillows and sheets. Make the experience casual and fun and above all else, Memorable.
Guaranteed the ten dozen guys/girls that have asked them out previously had planned nothing more than dinner, a movie and maybe a short walk along the pier.

If you like the idea above feel free to inbox and utilize me in the future. Before I became the man I am now I used to chase romance. I believed in it. And because I believe in it, it motivated me to do more, invent more.
Also, confidence gets you through the door, after that its up to you, in all your glorious folly.
User avatar #31 - tabarzins (10/25/2013) [-]
No it's not, you also have to know how to talk. Otherwise you'd be boned like me.
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User avatar #24 - Shiny (10/25/2013) [-]
Trying to compensate for a lack of competence with effort is the definition of mediocrity.
User avatar #9 - rawrhai (10/24/2013) [+] (4 replies)
i always thought insecure shy people were adorable
User avatar #3 - jokerja (10/24/2013) [-]
Could you not just have posted the brotip? I Know you stole it, and I won't complain, but why take extra effort into doing something, practically pointless?
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