SO basically I asked this girl to come over to my place for dinner; I was cooking a good meal and had a bottle of wine. I got dressed up, I had just gotten a hair cut, and I had some good cologne on. My place was clean. I was at least a 7.5/10 that night too.
So first she showed up like 30 minutes late to the date. She also didn't put on any makeup at all, her hair was still wet and unbrushed from getting out of the shower, no perfume, and she was wearing a t shirt and sweats in addition to some flip flops. When I first met her, we made out for a while; she was wearing a beautiful dress and her hair perfectly done. She also wore high heels and had clearly spent a few hours working on her appearance.
She also made some bizarre comments during dinner--she was telling me a story of how she used to let a guy she friendzoned keep inviting her to hangout because she liked being told that she was pretty and thought he was funny. I couldn't help but think that it was a jab at me since I had previously said that she was a very fun person to be around I that I thought she was cute; I had also been making her laugh a good amount. But the date lasted 3 hours of just us talking so I think she enjoyed being around me. However, she kept telling me every so often how tired she was and she yawned quite a lot. I guess this was to make it clear that we weren't going to have sex lol.
To me it seems fairly bad though that she couldn't be bothered to spend hardly anytime. Maybe she was just rushing from her place because she was already late but i feel like im rationalizing.
But it does seem like she did her absolute best to make sure that I wouldn't make a move on her. She could not have made it more difficult; she was attracted to me at the party tho which is why i don't understand. We didn't have sex after the party but we cuddled very intimately--I said we shouldn't because we were drunk. Tell me what you guys think though. Is this a lost cause?
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No, the way she dresses and the effort she puts on her image has nothing to do with her interest or lack of.0