So this girl and myself met in a history class this summer. During the last week (5 wk class), I introduced myself, friended her a day or two later. After the last class, I chatted with her that evening and on several other occasions over a 2 week period and got her # during the last convo (Also, would a girl give a # if she is genuinely not interested?) I waited a week and a half and sent her a text yesterday evening (about 7:45pm, she's the type who clings to her phone) , it had some flirty message with it, let her know about my plans to go to a concert and told her to enjoy the rest of her summer. Well I didn't receive a text back, and I even saw her on FB chat later that evening. At what point should I assume that she's not interested? Hours, days?
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It really depends on the dynamic you have with her. No one can really judge except you. I would say grab your nut sack and shoot a few more texts to see how she reacts. Mentally prepare yourself to be rejected.
Think of this: Girls probably text 10x as many times as men do. They text and get texts from everyone, mother, sister, friends and many different men who are either friends or potential suitors. You need to realize that she either A. Isn't that interested and just likes the attention. B. Is really interested but extremely intimidated. or C. She got your text but was in the middle of like 6 other text conversations so it may have gotten lost in the shuffle.
My suggestion is don't make things awkward. Whatever you do DO NOT ASK WHY SHE DIDNT TEXT BACK or get all pouty about it. Just play it cool and keep it friendly.
My strategy is this: Get as many numbers as possible and make as many friends as you can. Then you won't be worried about not getting one text back.2