Some girls seem to read a message on whatsapp/viber and then not reply for ages whilst their last seen changes and you can see they texted others. Now why would they do this to a male friend.
Especially when the girl herself texts a long reply, asks multiple questions or even is almost asking out or suggesting they both meet herself?
It makes no sense why you wouldn't just not read the text and bluetick the person when you are actually going to respond instead. Other girls do this, and that makes far more sense if you really are waiting to talk to them properly.
It seems silly that you delay texting someone, especially if you then are unhappy if the guy then doesn't text you back promptly. Tbh the guy would normally text her back quickly, but the weird response time puts him off. And it leads to the texts getting dragged out, a no win for both parties involved.
Why would a girl do that if she's clearly being keen, sending interested replies, long in length and asking questions, wanting to see you etc, especially to a friend?
Furthermore, sometimes the same girl will text you often when she is not single. And when she becomes single, switches to girl text games mode?
Well, what do you all think about the whole thing guys and girls?
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There are times when I literally cannot answer the message right away because I'm too busy. If it's a long message which needs thought - I can't do it in a rush!! So sometimes I will wait until I'm not so busy to read over the message you've sent and think up a reply.
As for the being online frequently and still not replying, it's usually because I'm talking to a group of friends about something that needs my immediate attention.
However, I know some girls who the 'treat them mean, keep them keen' game which I hate and try to avoid at all times. If a guy does that to me, I tend to be put off so much so I don't usually do it myself.
Wouldn't make sense though. Why "bluetick" the message if you are truly busy. You can just read it on your notification and not insult the other person?
If it needs thought then surely you'd explain the delay. And not read it and text others to show the other person you just ignored them.
I agree on that treat them mean thing. It's total bs. That's just called being inconsiderate right :-D
What do u make of my description please, that's what I'd like to know about?
Jeeze sorry for not replying straight away.
If I have another conversation on at the same time, when I click on the Whatsapp icon, it loads the most recent conversation - which might be with them - hence the bluetick. I then proceed to click back in order to go into the other conversation which needs my immediate attention. I haven't chosen to ignore it - there are other people I need to talk to.
For example, there are numerous occasions when I might be late to meeting my friends so I need to text them and let them know where I am and that I'll be there soon. I haven't got time in that situation to send a massive long text to that other person.
Yeah sure, I have probably told them before that I'm really busy and can't reply straight away. If they just have a bit of patience, then I'll get there soon enough.
Look I kinda get what you're saying, but as far as I can tell, if you open WhatsApp it does not open a conversation that is unread. It's only if you actively open that chat, it opens and blue ticks it.
Obivously even what you are suggesting, it wouldn't take days though to respond would it! And in this case, she has texted me first, sent super long texts with questions, so how can it be she isn't keen etc. It's just crazy? I actually kept my text succinct too, whilst still being upbeat and asking something back.
It's pretty rude isn't it? I mean I don't really think it's acceptable or considerate to do that to a friend who she just talked about meeting and asked me a question? It's insane. I mean I just texted another mutual female friend and met up, obviously she didn't behave like that, so it's not on my end doing anything wrong?
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