Here is my personal example
Should I text her again or delete her # and move on?
Day #1-14 - hours of Skype, long-lasting texting sessions (till 3 am), 2 great dates. GREAT TIME!.
Day #15: Skyped in the morning for one hour but I had to go. When I came back I texted "skype?" but she didn't get back.
Day #16: Jane apologized (it was her dad's birthday). Rest of the day been great!
Day # 17 Been great.
Day #18 My flirting might have crossed the line. She never replied me back.
Day #19-21: [Not wanting to be an annoying dude I texted her 3 days later]
Day # 22: How are you? a bunch of blablabla for 15 min and then... "I have a great plan. What are you doing this Friday?" (she was ONLINE for the next 5 days but didn't reply)
Day #23-27: I stopped texting her.
Day # 28: On Instagram she liked a bunch of my pics and out of curiosity I looked at our FB conversation and it said "seen today".
DAY # 30!: Should I text her again or delete her # and move on?
- Text her again. Give it one last try.33% (2)50% (1)38% (3)Vote
- Have some self-respect. Move on.67% (4)50% (1)62% (5)Vote
Most Helpful Guy
What do you mean by your flirting may have crossed the line?
Honestly it sounds like that was obviously the problem. Then you made it way worse by ignoring her for 3 days. If you were seeing her, and then offended her, not texting her wasn't the solution. Why would it have been annoying? The first thing you should have done was apologized, right away.
How did she seems when you were talking to her for those 15 mins? Was she distant, just answer simple questions? She may just be hurt/frustrated by what you said. She may want to you to make things right again.
If you like her, don't ignore her, and work it out. I say give it another shot, but approach the problem, don't ignore it.
If it still doesn't work out, then just give up on it I guess.3
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