Quick Background Story:
I am visiting my hometown, been chatting up / light flirting with this girl I used to know. She is actually my sister's ex best friend, from a few years ago. We know each other a little bit, but mostly buy association from my sister, we never really had an engaging conversation.
We set up a meet at her place with alcohol and movies in her bedroom, though neither of us drank much, mostly because she had just received a phone call that she had to be at work in 11 hours, and I was not then sure if I'd seal the deal and spend the night, and I figured I may have to drive home.
We watch a movie, she is laying down so it was hard for me to naturally put my arm around her immediately without it seeming weird. I waited for her sit up (10 minutes later), and I told her playfully/confidently that she didn't need to sit so far away, and to move closer to me. She disregarded what I said and made a comment about the movie. I continued to lightly kino here. Playfully push her away, when she did something silly, or briefly rest my hand on her knee when making a point or be funny. I made her laugh constantly. I would put my arm against her pillow when she was sitting up and say.. "(girl) why don't you lay back and relax".. and "you can't be comfortable like that, come relax against me".. everytime she would either not acknowledge.
It put a damper in my mood, because she was rejecting such a simple thing. Like holy shit.. lmao. Im not even upset, im just perplexed. Why was she being so difficult? Wouldn't be mostly assumed that this situation would lead to some sort of sexual interaction... Flirting on facebook... going to her place with her alone including alcohol and movies in the dark. Like wtf.
Normally I'd have my arm around a girl, play with her body a little bit. Caress her arm, massage her inner leg, kiss her check, kiss her lip, ect, but it felt weird without being allowed to simply put my arm around her.
I hope you all have some sort of advice. I think she is just one of those fluke girls, that would be considered an outlier, and doesn't make sense, but if I accept that I could be missing out on some learning.
Thanks for reading.