And you don’t know whether to ask another girl at the risk of losing her approval. Next time she presents you with a dreaded “maybe,” do the following in order: 1.) Tell her that you look forward to the date, but will settle for asking someone else if she cannot attend.
She is going to be the most stubborn creature you will ever meet.
I say "creature" because she might actually scare you with how much she refuses to back down until you have full proof she is wrong.
If you start toying with the three-day rule, start acting completely apathetic… About the author: Claire Austen is a 20-something freelance writer, sports enthusiast, and polka-dot-lovin’ everygirl trying to bridge the gap between what men know about women and what women wish men knew.
But one final word of caution: Don’t mess with our heads, or give us room to think you are. The right type of woman will like you a whole lot for it.
This will add a sense of urgency to the situation and provide ample time for a Plan B, if needed.
By being honest and staying in control of the situation, you will not only better your chances of turning a maybe into a yes, but you will always have other options.2.) My answer is “no,” but I feel bad telling you directly.While some may disagree with this notion, citing previous dates where maybes turned into “yes,” let me ask you this one question: What have you encountered more with a “maybe”? Ask any woman— if they really want to date you, then they will the find time.As luck would have it, your roommate offers cheap tickets to a local show he can’t attend.You obviously jump at the opportunity with one person in mind: her. But to your dismay, you get a response that poses a problem for many singles: the dreaded “maybe.” For those of you who are not familiar with the dreaded “maybe,” it translates into two things in the online dating world: 1.) I’m really not that interested right now, but if there is nothing else to do this weekend…A: Your wait time should be indirectly proportional to how well the date went.