I've always generally felt that if I'm texting or calling a girl and she gets back to me that she's still somewhat interested.
Conversely if she stops replying or answering calls she's either busy or no longer interested.
Would you say this is true? How do you reply to texts from guys you are really interested in? somewhat interested in? not interested in?
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Dude. Texting is the easiest modern day tool to get women. Think about it. You meet a girl, get her number, then say you will get up with her soon.
You text her in, lets say, 2 days. Just saying what's up and if anything interesting or new or exciting has happened.
The next day (day 3) you initiate the conversation again. Send a short text, just asking what's up.
Day 4 and 5 are the easiest days to tell if a girl is remotely interested. If she is, she will initiate the conversation on day 4 or day 5. This means that you do not text her first on day 4 or day 5. If she texts you, you are pretty much golden.
Day 6,7,8 she will initiate the conversation. And make sure she does. You do not wan to be initiating the convo, because you need to play hard to get.
Day 9, girl will get pissed/ bored that you are not taking the initiative. She will not text you first this day, unless she is super easy, so what do you do? Text her. She will be like omg lol rofl or whatever girls think when guys "like" them. From here it is a breeze.
Note: If you hang out with her or see her face to face during this timeline, shift it back a few days. The premise is still the same though.
Remember to play hard to get. Don't answer her text right away. Wait 20 min. This pisses girls off. They are thinking "what is he doing? why hasn't he answered me? This guy is an asshole." Then you text her after that 20 min and she is delighted. Vary the time between 5 and 30 min.
If any girl detests my theory, they are lying and I would love to point out times in there life where they fell victim to this. It is a great strategy my man. You can get literally any girl you want.11
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