Experience confessing to a girl from your social circle


I need to gauge if it‘s worth taking the risk. I‘m fucking shit at reading signals but my boys tell me there might be interest on her side (which I assume they tell me because they are my boys).

She send me a text today confirming the gathering of our social circle for tomorrow. Which she could have done in our WhatsApp friend group. Alone on this my best friend told me to just all-in soon.

I‘m pretty into her but I‘m not sure she noticed that, because again, I‘m so shit at reading signals.

We keep in contact over Snapchat and she sends me selfies regularily, which I‘m the only boy in the social circle she sends them to I‘m pretty sure.

So only going by this, would you guys says it‘s worth trying this? I live in Germany and we are in our early twenties.

I need your advice on this topic urgently AND BE BRUTALLY HONEST!


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I am suffering from envy


I am a 22 year old male on a coed college sports team of about 26 people. About half of the team is female. Recently we had a fundraising event whereby we had to volunteer in shifts. I stayed the whole time, as I am a member of the executive committee. Our club president (who I am friends with) befriended a new girl on the team, and it appears as though they are now dating. They made out several times behind the event table, which just made me upset considering I’ve never had the testicular fortitude to even ask a girl out.

Mind you, this guy is in shape at 5’7″ and I’m built like a twig at 5’10” 150 lb. He tries to get me to go to the gym with him, but my schedule is always busy and I don’t have workouts memorized like he does. We’ve also talked about dating before, and he has said in the past that he can’t find what he’s looking for on campus and is single. I have always been single.

That aside, I am asking for help because there are 5-6 new girls on the team, and quite a few are very attractive. I’m trying not to develop oneitis, also, but there are 1-2 girls that I would consider to be my type. There’s competition though and I need to squash it.

But I want to follow in this guy’s footsteps, because I think I’m at a turning point now, a crossroads I haven’t been in since high school. I graduate in May and don’t want to pass up any opportunities, but I don’t want to be friendzoned in the process.


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