The trick to challenging a woman is to not be predictable in your demeanor. In Video 6 of the Girlfriend Activation System, relationship expert Jason Capital gives some really awesome ideas on how to create attraction by being a challenge to women.
I think it is a natural response to base our assessment on whether or not we are likely to be rejected.
Somehow, in our cultural education, we’ve been taught that to be interesting we must be special (as if there is someone out there who’s not).
If anyone rejects us, it’s because we’re not interesting enough.
Our media focuses on being pretty, young, talented, virile, happy, successful, smart, and the list goes on and on.
Had one keep messaging me talking about this and that but when I brought up about meeting up somewhere she got quiet.
I stopped messaging her then she started the "why dont you text me, ok then". Had one keep messaging me talking about this and that but when I brought up about meeting up somewhere she got quiet.
On the second day I would also strike up some small talk before asking them out, just for a smooth transition. If you are saying things that would imply that you're a bit beta, such as saying, "Can I hang out with you sometime? That is a vague and unassertive question, which is the opposite of how women what a guy to be. What I would do is: On the first day of messaging back and forth with a girl, even if the conversation was flowing nicely, I would wait until the day after to ask them to get together with me. I'm risking getting kicked off of this forum by saying this, (lol) but here goes.
This builds comfort/trust, so she's not worrying about going on a date with a guy she just met half an hour ago. I would say that you have to be alpha at almost all times with women, even over the internet. Young women generally don't have a lot of honor when it comes to getting involved with a guy they just met.
A very simple, yet oft-overlooked, truth about the modern dating scene is that neither men nor women think and act like machines.