Don't call her too much if you like her. How much is too much calling?
Question Posted Wednesday September 22 2010, 6:43 am
I like this girl and she finally gave me her phone number. We talked twice on the phone this week already. My brother (older) said not to call her too much if I'm interested because then she'll play hard to get and things will get too complicated. I don't want her to play hard to get? So how much is too much? Do I call her like once a week or is that too much too?
Rosey answered Friday October 1 2010, 7:14 pm: LOL, I love it! you men are so silly sometimes. This question is simple. Think of the phone as a game of volley ball, you hit the ball over the net, then the person on the other side hits it back, then you hit it again. Now apply this concept to the world of telephone dating. You call, she calls, you call.....see how this is going? After a few weeks of this you two should have a better game plan. Now picture your self playing volley ball, and no one else is hitting the ball. You go from on side of the net hitting the ball, to the other to catch it, than back again to hit it. WOW you sure look silly dont you. Dont let this happen to you, you call and then let her call, after all the phone line works both ways right? Hope this helps Rosey :) [ Rosey's advice column | Ask Rosey A Question ]
miniredd answered Wednesday September 22 2010, 11:13 pm: well if you want a girl's point of view... Depending on how she is if you only call once a week and then don't call back the rest of the week she will think something is wrong.. But if you call everyday she will see desperation. so maybe a couple times a week you should call.. and compliment her..but not too much..girls like that(: [ miniredd's advice column | Ask miniredd A Question ]
Smartone answered Wednesday September 22 2010, 4:22 pm: Brother is smart. Yes, once a week. You don't want to appear over eager, but at the same time you do want to appear interested and not aloof.
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