I've heard from a lot of FEMALES that men like the chase. They like to work a little at getting a girl. Is this true? Will having a girl not always available or instantly responding to your messages or calls make you a little more interested? Does knowing that she's not dependent on you and has her own life and therefore you have to 'work' for her attention really appealing? Do you appreciate her perhaps a little more in the long run?
**I'm not saying that the girl is playing either, that's childish. Just saying that she doesn't just make herself always available and isn't always texting and calling him, therefore he's 'chasing' her.
The girl is interested, she too initiates contact whether it's calling or texting BUT she's not overbearing. If they don't talk then they don't talk and she doesn't make a huge deal over it either. She has a life but makes sure she includes him.
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In the real world, yeah guys do.
On this website, not so much. This website is heavily populated by guys who don't know how to chase and are lazy enough to demand the world change and the girls start chasing, rather than learn how to chase themselves and discover their deeply repressed masculinity which might enjoy the chase.
Where girls frequently go wrong with understanding this information, is that guys don't chase girls who play hard to get. For the same reason dogs chase cars on the street but don't chase cars on the motorway.
If you're moving away from a guy at speed, he's not going to give chase.
For most guys, you have to at least look like you want to be caught. And preferably by him.
If you start running (playing hard to get) the only guys who will pursue you are the ones who are more in love with the chase than any girl. And like the dog/car analogy, if he ever catches you he won't know what to do with you. He will just turn around and chase another.6