OK, so I was at the library just an hour ago. As I was getting ready to leave, I walked up to this girl (whom I know somewhat) and began to engage in some small talks. Every time that I elicited a response from her to build a rapport, she just had this little smile, made a long reply, asking me some questions and proceeded to stare down at her textbook. She was smiling and giggling whenever I spoke, and when I walked with her, she went into the bathroom. I left at that point.
So what do you guys/gals think that she was thinking? What should I have done?
a.) Go away you creep, I'm trying to study.
b.) I'd like to chat, but I feel like everybody's eyes are on me right now.
c.) I have a boyfriend/husband. Nice try kid.
d.) I like to play hard to get.
e.) None of the above
I need to start making fun of her next time so that I can generate more satisfying responses.
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e. none of the above - She was probably thinking - "That was a big waste of time." She was probably standing there waiting for you to ask her out and trying not to p*ss herself. Girls drink liquid and have bladders. She can't wait around all day while you work up the nerve to ask her out. If you like her, ask her out. If she says "no", don't worry; that won't be the last time you hear "no." It's like a ripping off band-aid - "just ask her and get it over with."0