I met a girl while I was out of town this weekend. She was on another level. I’ve never met a girl this good-looking and intelligent. After getting to know her we hooked up later that night. I got her number in the morning before we both headed back home (We we’re both from out of town). I Texted her to see if she got back home safely and exchanged a few messages about how if we ever found ourselves in each other’s town to let one another know. It has been a few days and no contact between us. I don’t want to initiate contact every day since it will only make me come across as needy.
She definitely seemed interested in seeing me again sometime in the future, but I believe whatever she ‘feels’ now will wear of with a little time without communication. What is the best way to go about this so that if I happen to be passing through where she’s from, say a couple months later, I could give her a call to hangout?
Keep things on a very low simmer. Text her every few weeks. Keep those texts light, nonsense pings. You can feel it out, but it is possible to have a conversation with her on the phone every few months. Even that though, I would keep to about ten minutes long. Throw in a little bit of, “Let’s hang out soon,” without making a specific date. You can pretty much keep things going indefinitely like this for a long time.
Texted her to see if she got back home safely and exchanged a few messages about how if we ever found ourselves in each other’s town to let one another know.
I’m not into either of these types of messages. You’re much better off with a nonsense or sexual ping than asking if she got home okay. And saying something like let’s hang out again if we’re in town isn’t that great either. It puts too many expectations on things. It’s better to just show her what you want rather than telling her.
thanks for the response Eric. This is good advice. I went with asking if she made it home because it was just a good excuse to text her. With a ping you don’t even need a reason.
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