We already went on our first date. Now I'm trying to set up the second date. I called her over the weekend to try to set it up but she didn't answer nor did she respond to the voice mail I left. So now I decided to text her to see if she would respond or if I should move on, but she actually responded. Now I want to ask her on a second date but I don't know if I should call again or just ask her if she is free over text. I know it's not the best idea but would it be OK in this situation? Or should I text her asking when she would be free to talk? Oh yea, we're in college...
- Yes, of course!Vote A
- Never!Vote B
- In this situation it's fine.Vote C
- Text her to ask her when she is free to talk.Vote D
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Well its hard to actully give you proper advice when those times you have called, and she didn answer, could of been a numerous of reasons to why she did not answer, and you know what, maybe she doesn't check her voice mail. I know I dont, and I'm always getting family/friends say, "well we told you about dinner tonight, and you never got back to me!" and id be like, "I don't ever listen to voice mail, its annoying and costs too much to listen to."
So that could be a possibility.
But in saying that, when I see a missed call/ text from a guy who I like, and WANT A SECOND DATE WITH, ill answer his text, and possibly call him back (doesn't seem creepy to call them back, as they have called you first)... But if she didn't do either, then I'm not sure?
Okay, so this text message she actully replied to, what did you say, and what did she reply with?
If you HONESTLY think she is interested, then sure, ask her on a coffee date. fish and chips along the beach, or a movie, her pick! its not like you're asking her to be your girlfriend over a text, so its fine. its what happens these days, people use their phones to ask everything.
just give it a crack if you think she is interested, because really, it all comes down to gut feeling.
but hey, the worst she could say is no, or make up an excuse to why she cant, then youve got your answer, and you can move on!
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