Last Monday when I was on my way to University I was on the bus and one girl looked at my eyes a few times. The bus was crowded but she was standing very near to me so I noticed her very well. I even saw her in the driver`s mirror and at one moment when I was looking over the bus to see if I know someone I spoted her eyes looking at me through the little hole that was made by arms of other passengers. There was no smile though but many peeks.
The problem is that I totally froze in the moment when I should approach. I didn`t even know if I should approach on the bus or when we get off (she got off at the same station as I). I was actually walking behind her for 3 minutes because she went the same way as I and I froze again
Now here is one question. I`m assuming I`m gonna se her again on that bus because that is the only bus she can take and she is probably taking the same every monday. I regret the lost chance and I`m determined to approach next time... if I see her.
And here`s the question.. should I do it on a bus or on the street when we get off? And also.. what would be the best thing to say??
To be honest, she is a perfect 10 in my eyes and I noticed her too. She was actually the first person I noticed on that bus. And because now, five days later, I regret the missed chance I decided to change things. I am now determined that I will try and take every chance I get because I finally see that missed chances can hurt you more than turn downs.
This should be an inspiration for others with lack of confidence to approach too because missed chances really hurt more than turn downs. If you approach and fail.. move on, and if you don`t approach you may get f***** with thoughts of the chance you might missed. Not worth it! Some may think this is not true but I`m sure that those who know the feeling will agree with me on this. Winners are always the ones that take risks and chances, not the ones hoping for a miracle.