I'm a reasonably confident and good looking guy (if I may say so myself), who generally has success with women. However, I just want to know why girls give a guy their number if they don't want them to use it.
As the other night I met this girl and SHE took out my phone and gave me her number, so I texted her the next day but didn't get a reply, then I rang her a few days later but she didn't seem very keen to talk to me. And this isn't the first time this has happened.
Were they pissed when they gave you their number?
Are you sure she's not dead or something because that sounds a bit silly.
They sometimes do this because they don't fancy you and are trying to find a way to get rid of you. If they give you their number they think that you will leave them alone and they think they can just ignore you when you phone them a few days later. They give you their real number because they are too scared to give you a fake number and think that you will check the number in front of her.
I give a guy my number if I think he has potential to be a good friend as I'm in a relationship and I'd make sure the guy knew that.
In your situation, either she was drunk at the time or perhaps you came over as too desperate to talk to her?
maybe shes just a ****...or found someone that she thought was 'better'
If you called her, then she's probably got a record of your number on her phone. She can easily call you back if she's really interested.
If she does....tell her you're busy !
Thanks, pretty good advice people. I'm just going to move on.
i quite often will give a guy my number and then ignore texts. at the time it seems like quite a good idea, and then you wake up...
Could be the old 'wrong number' job
Lol I thought this type of thing only happened on MySpace (with messages though). It always saddens me when people don't have the decency to say "I'm shallow and you're not good looking enough" or simply "I don't want to talk" but instead opt to ignore you. I guess some people don't care about being nice or honest. The good that comes out of it is I realise I was wrong about them and they're not good enough. So I don't dwell on it.