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Author:  statistics [ Sun Apr 29, 2012 12:56 am ]
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I'm trying to get her to come out so we can chill i said that we should go for drinks or lunch but she responded by changing the topic.

Author:  Soncheese [ Sun Apr 29, 2012 2:36 am ]
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What was the text you sent to her and her reply to it?

I get it she changed the topic but to what exactly

Soncheese x

Author:  statistics [ Sun Apr 29, 2012 4:35 am ]
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What was the text you sent to her and her reply to it?

I get it she changed the topic but to what exactly

Soncheese x

she wrote lol and then asked me what liquor i drank on a certain day.

Author:  Don Draper [ Sun Apr 29, 2012 12:05 pm ]
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There is a common rule in conversations, most women know it and use it well. Men,not so much.

"If you don't like what's being said, change the conversation."

You'd do well to remember that one. For now, and the future.

Her action of changing the topic meant that she wasn't very open or comfortable to your suggestion of " we should go for drinks or lunch".

It could be due to a number of reasons. Maybe there's not enough of a comfort level between you both for her to agree to meeting you alone. Maybe there's not enough attraction on her side to be able to want to see you, as soon as you suggest a meeting. Maybe, maybe.

I would suggest you to disregard this and continue the conversation as if this never happened. Try to flirt with her, try to have long, engaging talks with her. As much as you can. You will have to be patient with it. But, if you strive at it continuously, it will pay off and you'll get your date.

Author:  statistics [ Sun Apr 29, 2012 5:42 pm ]
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There is a common rule in conversations, most women know it and use it well. Men,not so much.

"If you don't like what's being said, change the conversation."

You'd do well to remember that one. For now, and the future.

Her action of changing the topic meant that she wasn't very open or comfortable to your suggestion of " we should go for drinks or lunch".

It could be due to a number of reasons. Maybe there's not enough of a comfort level between you both for her to agree to meeting you alone. Maybe there's not enough attraction on her side to be able to want to see you, as soon as you suggest a meeting. Maybe, maybe.


k ill keep that in mind n update this tom when i msg her again

I would suggest you to disregard this and continue the conversation as if this never happened. Try to flirt with her, try to have long, engaging talks with her. As much as you can. You will have to be patient with it. But, if you strive at it continuously, it will pay off and you'll get your date.

Author:  statistics [ Tue May 01, 2012 2:40 am ]
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k texted today kept it short she was being playful, mostly just statements going back and forth. will ask her out in 2 days

Author:  statistics [ Wed May 02, 2012 5:17 pm ]
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Quote:
There is a common rule in conversations, most women know it and use it well. Men,not so much.

"If you don't like what's being said, change the conversation."

You'd do well to remember that one. For now, and the future.

Her action of changing the topic meant that she wasn't very open or comfortable to your suggestion of " we should go for drinks or lunch".

It could be due to a number of reasons. Maybe there's not enough of a comfort level between you both for her to agree to meeting you alone. Maybe there's not enough attraction on her side to be able to want to see you, as soon as you suggest a meeting. Maybe, maybe.

I would suggest you to disregard this and continue the conversation as if this never happened. Try to flirt with her, try to have long, engaging talks with her. As much as you can. You will have to be patient with it. But, if you strive at it continuously, it will pay off and you'll get your date.


ok the next time i text her should i ask her out again?

Author:  statistics [ Thu May 03, 2012 6:00 pm ]
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she ignored my last msg lol

Author:  statistics [ Fri May 11, 2012 10:58 pm ]
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how will i know when its the right time to ask her out again?

Author:  Hoopz000 [ Tue May 15, 2012 4:38 pm ]
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First she changed subjects when it came to meeting up, now she's ignoring you?

On to the next one.

Author:  statistics [ Tue May 15, 2012 8:52 pm ]
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First she changed subjects when it came to meeting up, now she's ignoring you?

On to the next one.
no she only ignored me one time iv texted her about 10 times that one time she ignored me was the one time i texted her when i was high. iv txted her a couple times after that.

Author:  RetiredRodeo [ Tue May 15, 2012 9:32 pm ]
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First she changed subjects when it came to meeting up, now she's ignoring you?

On to the next one.
no she only ignored me one time iv texted her about 10 times that one time she ignored me was the one time i texted her when i was high. iv txted her a couple times after that.
Are you a teenager?

I mean this seriously.

If so, I'm not even going to respond - I'm much older....

RR

Author:  statistics [ Tue May 15, 2012 9:51 pm ]
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First she changed subjects when it came to meeting up, now she's ignoring you?

On to the next one.
no she only ignored me one time iv texted her about 10 times that one time she ignored me was the one time i texted her when i was high. iv txted her a couple times after that.
Are you a teenager?

I mean this seriously.

If so, I'm not even going to respond - I'm much older....

RR
im 20

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Post subject:  Re: girl changes topic

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