What does a guy have to do to get a woman to call/text him back?
Picture it: A guy finally works up the courage to actually approach, talk to, and hopefully get close to a girl that he thinks is attractive and wants to get to know. And for most guys this is a big deal. So he gets her contact information and goes home dreaming about how good it's gonna be. Then when he calls, he gets no answer, leaves a message. She never calls back even if he ends up leaving several messages and feeling like a fool. What's up with that? It is mean and rude. Can't you just call back and say say "thanks, but no thanks"?
i won't worry about that, people that don't care about you or your feelings toward them doesn't deserve your time of the day. just move on, you will find somebody that will treat you better than that.
The best thing to do is to leave one message. Stop there. I know it is the hardest thing in the world to have a crush and want to have contact, but being overly eager is not good for you and your status.
Believe me, she knows how to contact you.
Forget about her until she makes the next move. Go out and have fun with your friends.
stop harassing her for sure. obviously shes not interested. if she was, she would have called you before you called her. trust me...shes moved on. women know who we're interested in before men do. we know who we'll sleep with before men. and we definitely know who were thinking of calling back. find someone new. shes not worth the waist of time.
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