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Thread: Multiple flakes, would you be worried in this situation?

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    Default Multiple flakes, would you be worried in this situation?

    Been seeing this girl for a few weeks - cool and sexy, I like her blah blah etc. She normally stays at mine when we go out

    Last couple of week's she has flaked on me 3 times. I am not too worried as:
    A - she doesn't give any bs excuses, and re-arranges every time.
    B - She is still keen based on texts/calls
    C - I have a lot going on at the moment so I don't have time to make a big deal about it (this is my first free evening in ages, and it's only because she flaked tonight!)

    Her reasons:
    1. first was drinks with my friends/her friends - she said she was tired and didn't feel like meeting new people
    2. second she said she would rather stay at a bar with her best friend than come across town to meet me, she was having fun. She suggested re-arranging
    3. tonight sister is really ill, gone to hospital. Not in the mood to go on a date. Said I'll call her next week, she said great, thanks.

    Out of interest, how many people would give up, how many would keep going? I will call her next week, I don't gain anything by 'freezing' or ignoring her, plus I'm not actually angry with her. 3 Flakes in a row is a lot, but she is up for re-arranging. Think I have anything to worry about?

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    Default Re: Multiple flakes, would you be worried in this situation?

    I'd say try one more time if she flakes again show a lack of interest in her, It will come across as she has done something wrong and has caused you to become disinterested, if she is still into you it will cause her to try and get you interested in her again and not flake. If she does not try and get your interest then you should move on from the situation, in my opinion. Good luck.
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    Default Re: Multiple flakes, would you be worried in this situation?

    Basically had the same answer. I also want to point out that Red Baron did a good thread on something similar.

    http://www.puaforums.com/dating-advi...igure-out.html

    Check it out.
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