Well, if you experienced a de-nail, then you would first have be nailed.
Jokes aside, in my experience, that’s a little more common the other way around. If I really hit it off with a girl that I wanted to make long-term, I’d try to wait it out a little longer. But I’ve never heard of a girl not giving it up because she sees potential. If anything, I think that makes them want to give it up sooner.
We met on a drunken “school uniform” night at our university nightclub. We’d seen each other around previously but never really spoken until that night. Things were going well and then all of sudden she starts saying she has to leave, she has to get a cab and go home straight away etc, I tried to be smooth and talk my way into getting the cab with her but she was having none of it. Jumped in a cab by herself and didn’t even leave me her number.
I don’t really understand the question. Who is “the opposition?” Surely that’s not how you look at the woman you are trying to seduce. If it is, no wonder she didn’t want it.
If a woman likes you, she will sometimes hold off to see if it’s a temporary feeling or an enduring one. Usually this is because if it’s going to be an enduring one, she doesn’t want to seem too easy, because easy often means the guy moves quickly on to someone else.
Also, if she sees “potential” in you, presumably she wants something that’s more than one night long, and says no to something that is clearly just for one night. I guess that’s what you meant, yes?
bchad this is pretty much what she said to me after we had been dating a while and I called her out. Girls don’t want to appear too easy or slutty to guys they are genuinely interested in and see a future with. Well, more mature girls with their heads screwed on properly at least.
S2000 this is easier said than done! There are lots of bad apples out there that look like good apples on the surface, we also have to fight natural temptation/instinct to fornicate with hot women regardless of whether we see a future with them or not.
I think you’re wasting your breath. I agree with you that getting married (provided that you find the right girl) is a wonderful deal. Bt you’ll have a hard time convincing most around here of that.
I got married at 21, divorced at 23, then did my fair share of carousing between 23 and 26 (when I met my wife now). But even in my “wild and woolly” days, I never had the seek-and-conquer mentality that most of the guys on this forum have.
I always wanted to find the right girl and settle down. But most of the guys on this forum think that marriage is betting 1/2 your money that your marriage will be in the 1/2 that are successful. Ergo, you lose 25% of your money by getting married.
So wait, you have been dating a while and she didn’t want to go to the next level because she sees potential? Something doesn’t add up here. Either “seeing potential” is just trying to let you down easy, or “a while” is really short, or she thinks you aren’t that into her and will fly the coop the moment you’ve had a taste.
no you’ve got the wrong end of the stick. When we first met, she turned down my offer of going back to her place, fast forward a few months of dating, I ask her about it and her response was along the lines of not wanting to appear too easy since she actually liked me.
I hate it when chicks who want to be with you don’t sleep with you and it turns out she does this because she actually sleeps with a lot of guys on first dates she doesn’t like…I find it insulting. Then again if she sleeps with me on the first date, I may think shes too easy and not worth the chase…or I might like her…it’s a double edged sword. Solution, women should not be slutty and not sleep with any guy on the first date whether she sees potential or not…that way when she finds a guy she likes she won’t have the slutty past.