asking someone out

JMx

Member
hi guys

a quick question...

i want to ask someone out (from this forum)... I am sending private messeges since early morn but it shows "never read", sent over 30 so far and no luck... do i need to press any additional buttons somewhere....

thanks and sorry to bother you with this.

cheers
 

franklin

New Member
They could have looked at your public profile, and seen that you havent posted much, and seen what you have posted / liked and decided that after 30 messages in a day that they are not interested, or blocked you?
 

Kel

Member
Location
U.S.
I'm not sure who you are trying to reach, but as a woman I'm not likely to respond to a person that doesn't have a photo, doesn't say what town/country they are from, and doesn't have much interaction yet on the forum. It's a safety issue. :cautious:

I would suggest being more transparent and invest the time in publicly engaging with them and others on one of the threads.

But also...they may have not noticed the message yet. If it did end up appearing 30 times in their inbox, you are now probably blocked though.
 

dstudent

Member
Give them a chance to get online, read and reply...


If after a day or 3 there's no reply, forget it and move on. Take no reply to mean the same as a no.



Whatever you do, DO NOT pester them!!
Do not listen to @Nithsdale Farmer, I repeat do not listen to him, he s got no clue on how to entrap:eek: erm romance a ladyo_O
Now for proper advice on stalk.. I mean courting a lady, look not further than on this thread https://thefarmingforum.co.uk/index.php?threads/need-a-bit-of-advice.191356/unread
it s a step by step guide on how to snare..:banghead: I mean meet and get a lady interested in you, it worked for @holywell farmer :cautious: (and he did not spend one night in jail,) I am sure it ll work for you :LOL:

PS there is nothing wrong or illegal with a bit of pestering, just don t use your own email, name or home PC(y)
 
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Nithsdale Farmer

Member
Livestock Farmer
Do not listen to @Nithsdale Farmer, I repeat do not listen to him, he s got now clue on how to entrap:eek: erm romance a ladyo_O
Now for proper advice on stalk.. I mean courting a lady, look not further than on this thread https://thefarmingforum.co.uk/index.php?threads/need-a-bit-of-advice.191356/unread
it s a step by step guide on how to snare..:banghead: I mean meet and get a lady interested in you, it worked for @holywell farmer :cautious: (and he did not spend one night in jail,) I am sure it ll work for you :LOL:

:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
I've no idea how to snare/trap/hunt down a wummin' at all...


I was actually speaking from experience - as someone who was getting pestered by someone who wouldn't take no reply as a no :bag::oops:
 

Grain Buyer

Member
Location
Omnipresent
the conversation shows as read but still no reply... guess time to move on....
the pain of a failed marriage, unrequited love, or star crossed lovers who just never found the right moment all pail into insignificance when it comes to your unread PM. My heart breaks for you, but in time you will fine the "one". (by "one" I mean anyone who happens to be online, spots a message in their inbox, and hits open) good luck you romantic fool.
 

JMx

Member
No she probably read it... but does not matter now... plenty of fish out there and no time for someone who plays hard to get...

i was just in her area and wanted to ask out for a coffee...
 

country_gal

Member
Location
Scotland
No she probably read it... but does not matter now... plenty of fish out there and no time for someone who plays hard to get...

i was just in her area and wanted to ask out for a coffee...
Just wait and see.....maybe they logged on and had a quick read but were in a rush and couldn't reply......If in a few days there has been no word then leave it.....don't do what the @Nithsdale Farmer fans do...... :ROFLMAO:
 

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