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DLT57ParticipantDecember 17, 2014 at 6:07 pm #69385
I started talking to a woman on a local dating site that is linked to facebook and sense she used her name on the site I checked her facebook ,And noticed that we have a couple of the same friends, would it be wrong to ask them about her before I ask her out on a date?
cannotevenParticipantDecember 18, 2014 at 3:42 pm #69435
I think it’d be alright, but it could come across as weird (or something) if she finds out.
However, since you two have mutual friends, it wouldn’t be uncommon for a guy to ask his friends about a girl they know. I’d only ask them if they were actually fairly good friends with you, though. If they’re closer to her than you, then they might tell her “hey, there was this guying asking me about you yesterday, do you know who he is?” Which can seem a little creepy, especially if she realizes it’s the guy from her dating site (because she never exactly gave you her facebook).
If you like her on the site, you could ask her on a date already. Then you get to know her in person, and it wouldn’t seem as weird when you ask your mutual friends what she’s really like.
If you don’t know her on the site and wouldn’t ask her out as is, then there’s not much point in bothering to ask your mutual friends about her.
AnonymousDecember 28, 2014 at 2:43 pm #69673
I totally agree with cannoteven! What if those “facebook friends” are not real friends to her? Why do you need to rely on their opinion? Take a step forward and get her know in person!
I also have a friend who tried online dating at Kolva.com, and we all thought that this guy was just right for her, and when they finally met they both understood that they had totally different interests and were not attracter to each other.
scottoParticipantJanuary 18, 2015 at 1:22 am #71205
If the mutual friends are close friends of yours, you can totally ask how they know here – and depending on how , fill them in that you might go on a date and see their reaction
dblcsamParticipantJanuary 19, 2015 at 12:29 pm #71247
Definitely get to know her in person first. Often times, we have acquaintances or people we “friend” on FB that might not really know us at all. I would ask her out on the site and go out once. See what your first impression is and go from there. It would definitely giver her a “creeper” feeling if she found out you were asking around on FB about her.
allmybunniesParticipantJanuary 20, 2015 at 9:19 pm #71332
I don’t think that be would wrong at all! In my option it would actually make me feel better about him that he is trying to find that I am who I say I am. I met a guy through a language exchange site, and I was able to find good accurate information about him through Google searching, and he was truthful. I felt creepy for being able to do that, but on the flip side, it made me be able to trust him.
ExpatParticipantJanuary 23, 2015 at 12:16 am #71646
Why would you rely on others’ opinions when your own is free? They could hate her, but you could love her. I don’t see a point in asking them. Would you refuse to meet her if they told you something you didn’t like? No, you’d probably go find out for yourself anyways…
sam90ParticipantFebruary 17, 2015 at 10:07 am #73539
I think if she is impotant to you you should not ask anybody about her. Ask her anything you want to know yourself. Because if she finds out that you made inquiries she would take offense.February 20, 2015 at 3:30 am #73764
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