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I met a girl at my last art class and got her number, but I wasn’t being very receptive over my texts and made the mistake of coming off too cocky. She hasn’t replied in two days.
I know that the least problematic way out is to just move on, but I figure, hell, sending another text if I want to do so is a better chance than none. I was thinking of sending something candid like, “Alright, I’m done trying too hard to be clever. Artist to artist, I feel it’s worth a shot. And you still owe me a peek at your portfolio.”
My questions are: Do you think there is a less risky approach? If not, Is there a more perfect way of wording my text to sound best (more honest, less desperate, more engaging)? Should I wait another few days before sending it? It has been 48 hours.
Thanks for any advice.
SamsungUser86ParticipantDecember 9, 2014 at 9:51 am #68919
Just be yourself. Being vulnerable is risky by making your intentions known, but attraction is risky which is part of life.December 10, 2014 at 9:07 am #68924
I was thinking of calling her since I rarely come across as I mean to when I text. Is it weird to call unscheduled in this situation?
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