need a game plan, please help!


need a game plan, please help!

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    November 19, 2015 at 6:17 am #88719
    need a game plan, please help!

    so i met this girl at a friends place last saturday, on my first glance i completely fell for how pretty she was, on spending sometime i certainly started to like her not love her and i definitely wanted to meet her again. so while chilling together we had an amazing time atleast that is what i believe. it was late night and she had to go home so i escorted her down to her car and while walking i somehow manged to get her number(keep in mind we both were drunk). so i asked her to drop in a text message once she get home safely but my friend happened to call her to ask her if she got home safely and she replied positively.
    for the next few days we exchanged small little text messages nothing too fancy but her messages felt like she was showing a little interest like using emoticons and calling my sweetie after complementing her display picture.

    so should i wait for a while before i ask her out for dinner? or how should i go about it?

    November 20, 2015 at 12:49 am #88789

    Take it slowly without rushing because you run the risk of getting dissapointed if things start to go bad
    . Girls sometimes also just like to play around with a guy’s mind.

    November 21, 2015 at 4:30 am #88844

    I would go for it do it while she is still attracted to you seems like she’s loosing interest