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newbie123ParticipantFebruary 7, 2014 at 10:36 pm #47444
So I met this girl about a year ago at a club. We finally started hanging out around October and I think we are good together. We probably see each other 2 or three times a month though. Any time I ask her to do something she’s always down. We have never hooked up before neither. Anyways, the other day I asked her if she would be my girlfriend. Her answer to me was “I’m not saying no, but I’m not saying yes”. Shortly after that she says her last relationship was hard on her so she’s not in a rush to get in to a relationship. Then she says the relationship ended two years ago.
She does have a daughter and as do I. They are both the same age. She brings her almost every time we hang out so that’s why I never made a move to kiss her. I think she’s bringing her daughter so I won’t make a move?
Anyways, do y’all think about this?
judd1980ParticipantFebruary 11, 2014 at 2:13 am #47555
I would give it a month or two now that you have thrown it out there and if she doesn’t commit after that move on.
newbie123ParticipantFebruary 11, 2014 at 12:25 pm #47578
Thanks for the reply. That’s pretty much what I was thinking until the other day I asked her to “be my valentine” haha. I think I said it in a smooth way, enough to get a laugh out of her. Haven’t heard from her since I asked her that. Has completely ignored me since
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