Met this girl months ago, it started rocky , hot and cold, soon she would message more, disappear then reappear a couple weeks later, i saw her with a guy once, a while later messaged her asking who that was to which she replied "He's no one its okay " ... the past couple of months have been great, texting day and night, went out a lot, cuddled, made out, emotional talk and she keeps telling i wish you were here, i wish you can hug me i wish i can always be with you... etc
Iam not the most emoitional dude but for a while i believed it, sh*t she even removed pics of her with that dude from social media, she asked me what are we and i explained to her that we like each others company and all is going well, she asked again a week later and i told her looks like emotions are getting involved and it may result in something more, she agreed and wanted that... i asked her if she wants anything serious or just finds me hot and wanna spend time with me she replied " you really thing i would agree to date you just cause you're hot?" , not gonna lie i liked that answer i truly did.
but now 3 weeks after our convo, she is distant, acts weird, cold and just the spark isn't there anymore, for a while i thought i might give something serious a chance but nope looks like i was wrong , i just wish for once to find a girl who actually is as honest as me and tells me what she wants, but no they always lie lie and keep lying.
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You'll find a girl that's going to be honest, don't blame us all bc of the couple girls you didn't find being honest.
That girl you're referring to showed signs right from the start she wasn't sincere, for that you shouldn't have been surprised by what's happening now with her.
Most Helpful Guy
In my opinion it's not always dishonesty. I had a girl who told me she'd love me forever no matter what happened, even if I became a cripple, jobless, anything. And that sounded very sweet and she broke up with me a year later (actually cold feet when we were engaged to be married). :-D
But I don't think she was lying at the time. I just came to realize she's very fickle. She fell for me too quickly, perhaps, as she said such things just a few months into dating, and maybe her idea of who I am was different from who I turned out to be as more time passed.
I've come to put very little stock into words as a result. Even if they aren't intended to deceive, the person could change their mind. I've often found it a path to nothing but pain if you take mere words too seriously.