Best Steps For Quiet Girls?
Whats up Forum, its been a while. A few days ago, I got together with a HB8 girl at a 20th birthday house party. Not including my experience in clubs, this was the quickest I've ever gone from meeting a girl to kissing her and we were both pretty much sober. She's the somewhat shy, quiet, non-flirtatious type. REALLY odd for a girl so attractive! Turns out she goes to my university and studies art in the year below me.
On the night, we played some birthday games and had lots of fun and laughs with everyone. Once the drinking started, the party was kinda boring and I could see she was bored too. I talked to her, played some games with her, showed her some tricks, she showed me some, and then we moved up stairs to one of the bedrooms for some quiet talk since the music got so loud. After about an hour of having some fun and kino, we kiss. Also, almost from the start she tells me she wants to let me know that she doesn't want sex, (fine by me, because I was exhausted from the day before). After some time, I suggest we go back down to have some fun, (didn't want to leave the birthday girl hanging) Everyone is out of their heads drunk and talking to them was dull. I find the HB8 and we move to one of the rooms where its empty. The room got really cold and she leans against me, holding and playing with my hand as we just chilled. I found out she doesn't have a lot of friends and doesn't do much besides art.
That night we slept in the same bed and kissed more. When I tried to escalate things a little, she said "We just met." Following Mystery's advice, I was happy with it and didn't pursue. Again, as we slept sometimes she's hold my hand, hug me as we rested, lots of real kino goin' on.
She's not really a party girl, she doesn't do much besides drawing and reading Spanish literature.
My question is what are the best steps to take to connect and have fun with a quiet girl and not be awkward?
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