Has any guy tried asking out a girl who was interested at first, but ghosted them later on?

yellowmamba024
Let's say you and a girl hit it off really well. You and her see each other often, like at least 3 days a week. You and her flirt consistently. You guys share eye contact and she smiles at you. You guys compliment each other here and there. There were some light physical contacts between the two of you. She shares some personal things from her life with you. Most importantly, she laughs at your jokes, even some of them may not be that funny.

After all that, you and her exchange numbers or social media profiles. She texted/messaged you back in a good way the first couple of times. But out of the blue, she either responds with one word or doesn't respond at all. More or less she is ghosting you if she hasn't already.

Because you hit it off pretty well with this girl at first when you two were interacting in person, have you used that as a reason to ask her out anyway? Even though digital communication and perhaps interest has diminished dramatically? If so, how did it turn out? Did she at least respond and tell you no or give you a reason why she ghosted you?
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In case someone misunderstands, I stand by the fact that when a girl says no, it means no. No or continued silence from a girl means move on.
Has any guy tried asking out a girl who was interested at first, but ghosted them later on?
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