This could seem like a very simple question but if caught off-guard, you could stutter for a moment just like I did trust me..
So I walked into Starbucks this morning to grab a cup of coffee and this Good looking guy ;) said "hello, happy valentines day beautiful"..flashed me a smile and I smiled and wished him the same.. So while making my order, he gently asked me.."So what does valentine mean to you?"..I don't know where that came from but I didn't expect it and I definitely didn't want to give the typical response that everyone gives "o its a day for lovers to show love-to each other"..so I started with "well.."..anyway I wowed him with what valentine really mean to me, we chatted a little bit and I had to leave but this got me thinking.. Valentine meanS different things to different people..so what does valentine's day REALLY mean to you??!!
Alright I know its the 21st century and yes its 2014!! lots of civilization hitting everywhere including the rural places, technology is flying everywhere and life Is fabulous.. While some people are enjoying beautiful relationships, some are still battling with heartbreaks and still wallowing in lonliness(which is not fun)..I've come to realise that most of us (especially women) are single because we sometimes might see a guy that we really like but we are too traditional or too shy to approach him or ask him out.. I watched one show on Tv and while the guy was acting non-challant &stupid about the relationship, he was asked why,& he graciously leaned back &arrogantly crossed his leg and said "well I never approached Her for a relationship in the first place, she asked me out"..As a lady, felt so bad for that girl &so was the therapist on tv..
I personally have never asked a guy out(maybe I'll try one day lol), cos I believe if the guy finds me attractive enough for him, then He will go above &beyond to approach me(besides, I've always also believed that a relationship thrives better "if" the guy loves the girl a tiny little bit more than the girl does..maybe I'm wrong :) )..but then again I'm not against those girls who are daring enough to ask a guy out..cool!!!!! so what do you think? is it OK..for a lady to ask a guy out? and guys would you ever treat the relationship differently just because the girl was the one who asked you out and not the other way round???