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She replied to my 2nd message after ignoring the 1st. Now what?

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Old 6th October 2017, 10:37 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by max3732 View Post
I sent her the message on Monday. How would you suggest I follow up?
You don't! 4 days and she never replied? It's over. The only chance you'd ever have of getting a date with her is if she was mildly interested but then her plan A later falls through. Then she'll message you. Messaging her again would reduce your chances from 1% to 0%. I've occasionally heard back from women weeks after they ignored/rejected me. I don't get butt hurt. If I wanted to go out with then, I'll got out with them later. But always always let them message you first in that situation. In the meantime, out of sight, out of mind...
And in her eyes you see nothing
No sign of love behind the tears
Cried for no one
A love that should have lasted years
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