So a few weeks ago I was grocery shopping after work. I stoped to read some labels and some guy started talking to me. He finally introduced himself and were talking away in the middle of the aisle. Long story short he asked for my number and said he would like to have dinner sometime, which I normally don't give outmy number, but I figured I just moved and have been on 1 date in 3 months, what can it hurt?
Well he called me on Sweetest Day, and I was out of town for homecoming and alumni stuff back at college. He said he just wanted to wish me a happy sweetest day and he was hinting at going out for dinner but I was out of town.
I called him back a few days later and left him a voicemail and it has now been a week he hasn't returned my call.... so why is it that guys don't call back?
Why bother asking for my number if your just going to hang on to it?
Girls usually play mind games, chances are it's one of the ways guys play mind games to get even. It wouldn't surprise me if he called soon. He probably just don't want to seem desperate.
what is a Sweetest day is?
I dont know you nor the guy, but I'd give the guy the benefit of the doubt. Why not give him another call? maybe he lost your #
Last edited by geoffgarcia; 10-26-2004 at 09:38 PM.
hes probably pissed that you took a week to return his call.
that or he was really horny when he asked for your number, and now hes not horny no more so hes over you. happens a lot lol.
Last edited by Paul Stagg; 10-27-2004 at 06:49 AM.
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Originally Posted by fixationdarknes
Generally, grown up boys don't play games.
He's either busy, out of town, lost your number or missed your message somehow, or not interested.
Give him another call, make sure you leave your number.
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the last time i got hit on in a grocery store, it was some guy trying to recruit me to join his Church. Sweetest Day wasn't a Sunday was it?
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In case anyone else is wondering what Sweetest Day is, I know I'd never even heard of it:
Third Saturday in October
Earliest Observance? 1930s
Demographic Practice? National
During America's Great Depression, a man from Cleveland organized many people in an effort to provide a small token of friendship to the underprivileged, shut ins, orphans, and homeless. Today the holiday has expanded to include small tokens of appreciation to friends and neighbors too. These tokens of appreciation can be small gifts or small acts of kindness. This event is repeated on the third Saturday in October.
I agree with Paul. If he's playing a game he's an idiot.Originally Posted by Paul Stagg
Give him the benefit of the doubt until you're proven wrong.
Just call him again. If he's not interested he'll tell you so. I don't understand why people play all these "he has to call next" or "she needs to take the next step" games. If you're interested, call. Its that simple. If you're not interested, stop worrying about why he didn't call.
This is a good technique some of my friends use. The point of him not calling back was to make it seem like he has a lot of things on his mind, with lots of important things to do, and to make you think that he is not desperate.