If a guy you weren't into was texting you, would you respond keep responding over and over? Like would you hold a conversation with him?
Reason I ask, I got this girls number who knows I am interested in her. We just started texting a few hours ago, and in those few hours we have sent nearly 100 messages but she has made comments on how she normally goes for bad guys and how I am nice. I'm not exactly sure if that means she isn't into me or what, but she still keeps texting me/responding to my texts.
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If I knew that the guy was interested in me, but I was not interested in him, I would probably respond, but I would keep my answers short, friendly, and non-encouraging.
Her frequent responses are probably her way of getting to know what kind of person you are; she is most likely flattered by your attention and wants to find out if you two would be compatible. She may be flirting because she enjoys the attention she receives in return. This does not necessarily mean she is interested in pursuing a relationship, however; some girls just feel that receiving male attention helps them feel attractive and good about themselves, so they might encourage it to achieve that kind of feeling.
Even so, she might have already been interested in someone else before you began texting her, and may be trying to decide whether she wants to get to know you better. As you indicated, you are "nicer" than the guys she normally goes for, so she may be unsure whether she wants to deviate from the kind of guys she has experience with.
She may have texted you back because she was busy with her birthday plans and may have read your message with the intent of replying to it later, and then simply forgot. It's possible that she received quite a few birthday wishes and just hasn't gotten around to answering them. If you are still interested in her, I would wait a few days before texting her again. If she continues to be short with you or doesn't respond, then she is probably not interested in pursuing a relationship and does not want to lead you on.
Just to put this out there, there is absolutely nothing wrong with being a "nice guy." I know it might seem like girls always go for the "bad guy," they often become unhappy in those relationships and they do not stay in them long term. "Bad boys" are typically not considered "marriage potential," but might seem fun and adventurous to casually date. Once this period of romantic/sexual exploration ends, a girl will most likely want to settle down with someone that she can trust and feels comfortable being around... in other words, while "nice guys" may not reap the rewards of dating/hooking up with lots of girls, they are the ones that end up with healthy, committed long term relationships after all is said and done. If a girl is too blind or immature to recognize the benefits of being with a "nice guy," then she is not worth your time and attention. Be patient and good things will come! :)0