I met this girl (along with her friend) a month ago while stuck at an airport where we spent two days, had a nice time. Later while having a friendly chat I asked her out and she instantly said yes, then she was like should I get my friend too ( I said sure), she then told me she was busy that week and would plan the next week. I didn't hear back for 2 weeks. Even later when we she texted me and we had a casual chat she didn't bring that up, I didn't bring it up so as to not make her uncomfortable or sound desperate. If she doesn't want to go out with me why can't she just say it? I have a tough time trying to forget people and moving on. P. S. This is the first time I've asked a girl out. Very discouraging.
Most Helpful Girl
Hi! I am just giving my opinion here, I hope not being wrong. So, if she replies your messages and still talks to you is good. When you asked her out, she understood you perfectly, but she didn't want to go on a date. That is the reason why she told you about her friend, it is a way to say that she didn't want a date. What I would suggest you to do is to ask her out like friends, just to have fun, with no pression, but if possible just you two. So if she consider you her friend, she will have to accept that. Then, the rest is on yours:)1
Most Helpful Guy
You might be approaching this relationship the wrong way. Are you positive she didn't misunderstand when you asked her out? Given that she asked if she should get her friend, it doesn't sound like she thinks this is a romantic relationship. Also don't approach women as relationship targets. Women are people too. You can be just friends with a woman, which is probably what she thinks is happening. You had a friendly chat, you asked if she wanted to go out sometime and she mentioned bringing a friend, and now you text from time to time. Sounds like a casual friendship to me. Make sure you clearly state your expectations. Communication is key for every kind of relationship.1
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