Re: Why would a girl give her number?
To get you to leave.
texting is aw wonderful tool that can allow her to have a conversation she can pull the plug on.
she didnt give you her number becasue she wasi nterested iny ou, from what your conversation says, all you did was ask for a number, you didnt build rappore, comfort or any lastable origionality other then the "guy that hit on her"
there arnt many reasons a girl gives her nu mber out, it just can occure in alot of ways.
rule of thumb, if she asks for your number, shes interested(this includesif you hint at it and she asks)
look my friend, im not sure what PUA books you've read but re-read them, i commend your confidense to approach people and just ask for their number. but you need to make them want to give you their number otherwise its just as a tramp being given 50p to leave you alone.
a phone number(especialy in this age) is a gateway to a date. just becasue you have a number doesnt mean you can have a date.
think about it. was there any reason whatsoever that she would have been interested to leave her aledged boyfriend? just becasue you asked for hernumber in public. girls like confidense they dont get turned on over 1 situation of it be ing shown.
most PUA's agree it takes 20-70 minutes to get a secure pull. 20 if your very good and do things very well and conciese, or maybe if they are easy lol
obvisouly you want to get better but i think you should read more on the conversations you have for example id never give my name,but id ask for theres, people like to hear their own name. but if she asks for yours it shows she likes you, by withholding it you seam abit more mysteriouse especialy if you chose not to give it. its not100% fool proof but does give you the power in the situation if your confident.
next tip, never stay on ors tart conversations about who they are going out with. it could eb possible that they are making someone up to see what your like, as a fall back if they think your weird, jsut to get you to leave. frankly its a good gauge to see how strong your coming on.
if you open well a taken women wont generaly mention shes taken untill she feels threatened by your presnese. notice you talked to her, loud way over her energy level and she immedietly mentioned she was seeing someone with your same name? not very creative.(also steave smith isnt that from american dad? love it)
notice how in her texts she answeres with short closed answers, not trying to carry on any conversation the golden rule for influence is to make it seam like their idea. if she was going to cheat, make it her choice, no amount of you saying it wouldnt work will change her mind, it may even strengthen it.
im quite confident she gave you a number so you'd leave my last starnd of evidense is that she was ment to get married to this man. did she have an egagement ring? might just be me but i always scan a finger when i approach a women just incase, no point hitting on a married woman(on a night out its differnt they lie about rings to be left alone) secondly "Im seeing somone called steve?" if she was truely happy being engaged surely it would be"my fiencE is called steve" just pointing that out.
if you ever suspect someone lieing about having a boyfriend, lie to, say "yeah my girlfriend is called megan too! how crazy" something silly,mention you have a girlfriend but with ahint of it being ajoke, apoke undermineing what she just said as a possible truth to be respected. so she knows you dont take her shit. consider if she lied about even being with anyone at all. how silly does it lo ok that 80% of the conversation you had with her was about a boyfriend she doesnt even have, that she amde upt og et you to leave. shows where your mind is at and shows your jealousy.
be careful what you say, good thing to remember, never fixate on their status, change the subject to something else, get her happy,g et her smiling get her intot he idea of giving you her number withotu asking for it.
hope this helps, best of luck
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