I met a woman in the coffeshop last week and got her email, I emailed her twice so far and then...
asked her if she wanted to do something for new years with me, she said that she was going to her friends place for new years. Should I still try to get with her, or is she not into me?
Email her again and ask her strait up if she is into you or not. That is the easiest way to cut through the BS. If she isnt into you will met more girls if you want to ;-)
New Years is a big event and people usually spend it with their best friends or family - and you've only just met, so don't take her declining your offer personally. Ask her on a proper date after New Years if you're really into her.
She may or may not be into you, but she did give her email instead of a Mickey Mouse one, which is promising.
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