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    We are not friends but we knew each other from afar. I asked her for a date and she agreed to go on the date when we return to school.

    Before asking her for a date, I always felt that she had no interest in me, but I went ahead to ask her because, I felt I had nothing to lose if she said "no" and all to gain if she said "yes".

    She never initiates contact. And many times, she has replied to my texts after 1 to 2 days (but her replies are sometimes lengthy). She does not try to keep the text convo going. In the past, she told me that she is a lazy texter, so I don't know if this is the reason. But I've always thought that if a girl likes a guy, she would be keen to reply. My brain tells me she's not interested but my mind tells me not to give up on her yet.

    She didn't reply to the last text that I sent her about 4 days ago. I've decided not to text her again because I need to respect myself.

    So, girls, would you say yes to a date when you are not interested?
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    No. Done it before and it was so dull.
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    If I don't have any interest in a guy why would I want to go on a date with him? :/
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    No I would not because then he'd just feel entitled for more and if you say no to another one after that they'd likely call you a '*****' for 'leading him on'.

    I'm a lazy texter too though, even with people I'm close to, so it could be the same with her. The better question you should be asking is why are you waiting until you get back to school and not doing it sooner (if distance isn't an issue).
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    No i mean thats just mean leading the other person on
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    So, girls, would you say yes to a date when you are not interested?
    Nope. Waste of his time, waste of my time
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    I'm also a lazy texter. I see a text and think 'I'll reply later' and then forget for days on end.
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    It depends on age too. I probably would have done years ago because I wouldn't want to be impolite or I wouldn't have known how to say no. I wouldn't do it now.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    We are not friends but we knew each other from afar. I asked her for a date and she agreed to go on the date when we return to school.

    Before asking her for a date, I always felt that she had no interest in me, but I went ahead to ask her because, I felt I had nothing to lose if she said "no" and all to gain if she said "yes".

    She never initiates contact. And many times, she has replied to my texts after 1 to 2 days (but her replies are sometimes lengthy). She does not try to keep the text convo going. In the past, she told me that she is a lazy texter, so I don't know if this is the reason. But I've always thought that if a girl likes a guy, she would be keen to reply. My brain tells me she's not interested but my mind tells me not to give up on her yet.

    She didn't reply to the last text that I sent her about 4 days ago. I've decided not to text her again because I need to respect myself.

    So, girls, would you say yes to a date when you are not interested?


    plenty of girls will say yes to a date, and then later change their mind ..and the behavior that you are witnessing is a clear sign that she has changed her mind. Had it happened to me many times over the years. Move on bud...

    A girl who is actually interested in a guy would NOT act like that. Plain and simple.
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    No I wouldn't go on a date with someone I wasn't interested in. I would meet up with them as a friend if I liked them as a person but it wouldn't be a date and would make that clear to them so they couldn't say they have been led on.
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    Yes I've done this before. I didn't like him like that at all but I can be bad with confrontation and saying no so I just went along with it and said yes then after the second date I had to be honest about how I really felt
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    Some girls are too nice/shy to say no, others don't get much action/like the ego boost/are bored/appreciate a free date :dontknow:
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    Hmm well sometimes for a person to know if they're interested in a person or not, they have to go on a date or 2 to see if they're their cuppa tea.*

    It's difficult to tell if she's interested or not purely based on the way she texts, so either take the chance with a date or just leave her be.
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    No and never!
 
 
 
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